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I haven’t been cooking very much because I was sick through much of last week. I was well enough to go back to work last Monday but wasn’t fully well until this past weekend, and ended up doing a lot … Continue reading
I meant to do a big post about egg recipes and thoughts in defense of eggs, but I’ve been down–and I do mean down–with a cold for the past several days. No energy, fuzzy brain; I think I spent about … Continue reading
I was thinking yesterday would be the first day for the Greenmarket in my neighborhood, but that was according to last year’s calendar; this year it opens in June. That will be great, as it’s only a couple of blocks … Continue reading
Check out Whole Foods’ contribution to April Fool’s day.
I made chili tonight, with red beans and jalapeno chicken sausage. It tasted great. To go along with it, I made baked tortilla chips: I cut fresh corn tortillas into wedges, brushed them with oil, sprinkled on a bit of … Continue reading
This weekend I bought a grill pan: a Lodge Logic Grid Iron reversible grill/griddle. It fits over two burners and enables you to make awesome food if you don’t have an outdoor grill or any likelihood of getting one in … Continue reading
A couple of little things: First Lady Michelle Obama is advocating for fresh and local food. She’s upfront about the challenges of getting your kids to eat vegetables, but also makes a good point that the more flavorful and the … Continue reading
I didn’t cook much this past week–between hurrying out to catch the most recent Scott Bateman Animation Show at the PIT and suffering through the last throes of my cold, I was working through leftovers for dinner. So it was … Continue reading
Last night I made a wonderful vegetarian stew from Deborah Madison’s Vegetarian Cooking for Everyone. Potato and Chickpea Stew obviously contains (wait for it) potatoes and chickpeas; it also features bell peppers, crushed tomatoes, onions, parsley and spices. Doesn’t that … Continue reading
(originally posted to Recipes of the Damned on January 6, 2009) Tonight was my first real weeknight on the new schedule, and I kicked it off in style with a recipe from the current issue of Everyday Food, Asian Beef … Continue reading