Monthly Archives: March 2011

Raw Chard Salad

I wasn’t really sure that you could eat chard raw, or anyway not without being a ruminant. This week, I discovered that it’s only about as hard as eating kale raw, which is to say, not very. This recipe is … Continue reading

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Masseman Curry

I’m afraid to admit to the number of times a bunch of green onions, or a pile of cilantro, or a bunch of parsley showed up in a share, and I’ve thought something along the lines of “Oh, I don’t … Continue reading

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The Share

I was at a gathering last night and when taking my daughter to the potty, I decided to step on a scale. Since I don’t have one at home, I check in pretty infrequently, and use health and clothing as … Continue reading

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Beans and Greens

*An inadvertently vegan gluten-free main dish* A good old friend of mine, and one of these people who always seems to have his finger on the pulse of what’s next, observed that gluten-free is trending right now. Sure, there are … Continue reading

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Roast Broccoli

Roast broccoli is really basic, but as a concept it has gotten some love on the interwebs, most notably as variations on Ina Garten’s recipe. I think I first spotted it on Amateur Gourmet (check out that blogroll down there … Continue reading

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Stuffed Peppers

I was planning to stuff poblanos this week, when, to my disappointment, they did not have any at the store. So I nabbed a couple of pretty red bell peppers instead, not even bothering to wonder WHY there were no … Continue reading

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The Share

What does it say about me that I still cannot stop thinking of my greens with sausage and cream pasta? It’s so bad that I am seriously thinking about repeating the recipe right away even though, gosh, I really ought … Continue reading

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