Monthly Archives: April 2011

The Share

Now is the time when my work starts to really get busy, which makes weekly menu plans pretty hard. I hope to keep up! The Haul Lettuce Dill Cilantro Parsley Baby Arugula Leeks Siberian Kale Swiss Chard Spinach Carrots Beets … Continue reading

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Rethinking Sugar

Just in time for Easter, the New York Times Magazine posed the question, “Is Sugar Toxic?” and then answered, it sure seems so. The article is lengthy, but worth the read, and you can find it here. Go ahead and … Continue reading

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Dill and Cheese Biscuits

What, exactly, is the difference between a biscuit and a scone? The interwebs are surprisingly silent on the subject. I thought for sure my googling would turn up a Serious Eats or a Cook’s Illustrated answer. But no. I made … Continue reading

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Peanut Noodles with Daikon, Broccoli, and Tofu

Mmmmm. Fried tofu… Not long ago, Sam got to meet the scholar whose research was the foundation for Jonathan Safran Foer’s Eating Animals. Needless to say, Sam came home from this encounter ready to seriously reduce our meat consumption. My … Continue reading

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The Share

I’ve been thinking about vegetarian Easter brunches, and coming up a bit short. Here are some of my best ideas of what to do this weekend with what we’re getting: The Haul: carrots beets French breakfast radishes leeks spinach chard … Continue reading

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Pea Salad with Dill

I would never cook with dill if it didn’t come in the CSA box. I like it and all, but it never seems like a flavor that I’m just dying to have more of. So I do have to work … Continue reading

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Salmon with Cilantro Sauce

Apologies at the outset for the craptastic photo here. Many nights, I’m finishing dinner prep, wrangling the kids to the table, and cleaning simultaneously. It’s not the best environment for getting a picture just so. Truly, I cannot even imagine … Continue reading

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