Category Archives: pepper

I Will Be a Jerk With Your Recipes

I had thought that for my first attempt to cook from Plenty, I would go for the green gazpacho, because it’s summer and we have cucumbers by the ton. And really, a recipe where you just whiz it all up … Continue reading

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More Parsley Solutions

For the Chinese New Year, Nell’s Kindergarten teacher gave all the kids red envelopes with coins in them, which is supposed to bring good luck. Nell brought hers home, opened it very carefully, took out her coins, and then put … Continue reading

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Parsley as a Real Ingredient

As opposed to, you know, a garnish or whatever. Before I get to that though, as per my New Year’s goals, I have been running. Or rather, I have been trying to run. Honestly, I am terrible at it. But … Continue reading

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Roasted Veg and Quinoa Salad

We used Labor Day weekend to finally catch up with some of the first good friends we made when we moved to CA. These were the people who finally made us feel like CA could actually be our new home. … 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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I never really meant to make this recipe. I found it in that great CSA-friendly cookbook The New Mediterranean Diet Cookbook: A Delicious Alternative for Lifelong Health, and posted it to the farm blog because it uses up a lot of … Continue reading

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Stuffed Peppers

One of the fun parts of blogging about food is that when people write to me, in addition to whatever else they want to share, they usually tell me what they are cooking, which often inspires my own experimentation. Such … Continue reading

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