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Spring Vegetable Risotto

Spring Vegetable Risotto

I put risotto in the same bucket as frittata. If you have eggs to make a frittata, you have a meal. If you have arborio rice in your pantry, you have a meal, too. Both dishes can be made with whatever fresh produce you have on hand from your local farmer’s market or even your […]

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Asparagus Refrigerator Pickles

Asparagus Refrigerator Pickles

Asparagus ranks high among foods that should only be eaten in season. The quality and flavor of asparagus that’s in season in your area is far superior than supermarket asparagus any other time of year. It’s too bad asparagus season is short, maybe 4 or 5 weeks where we live. And, I eat loads of […]

June 12, 2015 | By | Reply More
German Potato Salad

German Potato Salad

When I got married, I gained so much: bragging rights to the most awesome husband, a new and healthier set of life priorities, a pizza stone, a few pounds, three more beautiful cats, and access to a pickup truck. I also lost some things like funny blind date stories, a good bit of my cynicism, […]

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Butter-Braised Radishes

Butter-Braised Radishes

Is there any vegetable less glamorous than the humble radish? It grows in the dirt and most people have no idea what a good one tastes like. As a kid, I knew them as those red bitter things that were sliced paper thin and used to garnish crappy iceberg lettuce restaurant salad. In a feeble attempt […]

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Arugula and Pea Shoot Salad

Arugula and Pea Shoot Salad

One of the most compelling reasons to grow a garden is that you get to experience foods that are not sold in stores. Sometimes these unique offerings come in the form of heirloom varieties from all over the globe and other times, they are simply different parts of a plant from different stages of its development. […]

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Maple Buttermilk Griddle Cakes

Maple Buttermilk Griddle Cakes

On weekends, I sometimes make a special breakfast that Mr. President and I can linger over while we sip hot cups of smooth French press coffee, listen to music and hang out in the sun room with our four cats – our girls. The Prez says that I make a production out of breakfast, and […]

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Spiced Maple Popcorn Snack Mix

Spiced Maple Popcorn Snack Mix

“Ughmahgahd….I am in BIG trouble,” I mumbled as Mr. President walked into the kitchen and caught me scraping and licking the spicy sweet goo left in the bowl after this snack mix went into the oven. And I was – in big, big trouble. I love maple syrup. And that’s why I found myself shoveling […]

April 28, 2015 | By | Reply More
South Indian Vegetable Curry

South Indian Vegetable Curry

Where Mr. President and I live, April tends to remind you that you’re not quite “out of the woods” just yet when it comes to winter. Some days can feel like they span three entire seasons in less than 24 hours. In the morning, the sparkly frost-coated grass crunches under my feet when I venture […]

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Radicchio, White Bean and Tuna Salad

Radicchio, White Bean and Tuna Salad

In the last 8 weeks, I’ve lost several pounds of winter weight just by getting off my behind and doing a Daily Burn several times a week. I don’t exercise to look good naked like some people, and I don’t try to lose weight. Mostly, I’m doing the exercise because I know the benefits for […]

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Make-Ahead Breakfast: Savory Chickpea Pancakes

Make-Ahead Breakfast: Savory Chickpea Pancakes

Recently, I’ve started working on my sweet tooth – by that I mean I’m trying to tame it. Although I’ll never cut out entire food groups or say “never again” to sugar, white flour, or alcohol (GASP!), I do have enough self-awareness to know when a habit isn’t serving me well. And, I’ve come to […]

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