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Creating recipes that can be modified to suit vegetarians and meat eaters at the same time, and having a good time along the way!

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  • My Mom's Blueberry Cake
    on Mar 14, 2011
    It's the dead of winter for most of America, which can only mean one thing... Summer is right around the corner! Kind of. Well, summer's around here somewhere, anyway. I know that much. Anyway, I hit the mother lode at the grocery store today, an...
  • Broccoli, Cheese, and Rice Soup
    on Mar 11, 2011
    Remember all that rice I complained about last time? Here it is, in case you missed it: Well, today we're going to attack that mountain of rice again, armed with little more than our wits, a soup pot, and some frozen broccoli. Also, a great big, d...
  • Cheesy Rice with Something GreenThis weekend, I cleaned out my pantry. And to my shame and horror I found, hidden away in the back, nearly 20 lbs of rice. We almost never eat rice! And you can see the reason for all this surfeit... Yes, in our household we call this "The Re...
  • Stuffed ‘Shrooms
    on Jan 14, 2011
    The best mushrooms I’ve ever had were stuffed with chunks of lobster and artichoke hearts, and dripping with hollandaise sauce. They were silver-dollar-sized mounds of heaven on a plate. I ate ten of them in about fifteen minutes, and then had to r...
  • Rustic Kale, Feta and Potato Pie
    on Jan 13, 2011
    Wow, it’s cold out! On my way to the mailbox this morning I saw a squirrel wearing earmuffs. We almost never get snow in my corner of the nation, though. Everything just turns gray and brown and kind of bleak. Blah. On the other hand, I don’t hav...
  • Kitchri
    on Jan 6, 2011
    Note: My soaper friend Swifty® (aka Carol Grant) posted this recipe on our soapmaking forum a few years ago, and my life has never been the same. Swifty®, a grateful nation thanks you for this recipe. Kitchri, ah, kitchri. Kitchri is a lentil and...
  • Fettuccine Alfredo
    on Jan 4, 2011
    It’s cold and gray outside, and it just started to rain. It’s a perfect excuse to throw on your flannel jammies, slide your favorite movie into the DVD player, and throw together a pot of Fettuccine Alfredo! Everyone probably has a recipe for thi...
  • Palak Paneer (Indian Curried Spinach)A few days ago I posted a recipe for homemade paneer, a mild, white Indian cheese that you can make in your own kitchen with just milk and lemon juice, and a couple of hours to press the curds. Making paneer is an excellent excuse to catch up on your...
  • Making Cheese... and Other Indoor Sports
    on Dec 31, 2010
    When I was a kid at summer camp we used to sing a song that started out... "It's cheese, it's cheese, it's cheese that makes the world go 'round..." and to this day I believe there's some truth in there, somewhere. Cheese is as old as history. It...
  • Citrus-Infused Baked Tagliatelle
    on Dec 27, 2010
    In the spirit of the season of giving, I'd like to share with you my  foolproof winter time formula for happiness. It's very simple: Cold evening + hot, baked pasta straight from the oven + a good book + some great background music = Perfection.
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