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Apparently, even people from the middle-east –birthplace of hummus–have extremely spirited debates about what makes a “real” / “authentic” hummus. So even though I’m pretty sure the version(s) I’m about to suggest would be accused of being bastardised… in the case of hummus, authenticity doesn’t concern me. 301 more words

Lazy Days Every Day

Enchilada Farro with Beans and Corn

Hey guys! I know that it has been awhile. It has been a pretty busy week and there has not been a lot of innovative cooking. 259 more words


Summer rice with a bit of autumn

I know it is still August, but the mornings have their chill as we move toward fall. That’s why the idea of mixing summer treats— like tomatoes, squash, sweet peppers, and fresh herbs—with rib-sticking yellow split peas and brown basmati rice sounded spot on. 206 more words


Ground Beef & Broccoli Curry

“One Pot Wonder” is the term we jokingly refer to in our home, when we reference this type of dish.  “What’s for dinner, Mom?”  I reply, “Oh, just a one pot wonder.”  What’s the definition of this term?   303 more words

Meats & Main Meals

Philly Cheesesteak Stew

Do you ever get an intense craving for a good philly cheesesteak sub? Like an, ‘I know I’m not pregnant or anything, but I have got to have one right. 521 more words


Campfire Paella Primavera

I am a native urbanite and a city girl through and through, but every few months my tiny apartment and the crowded Manhattan streets begin to feel oppressive and I start itching to be out in nature. 653 more words


Tomato Risotto

Late August is tomato season, no ifs, ands, or buts about it. Here in western Massachusetts, August is the time of year when the tomato crop is bumping and there’s no reason you shouldn’t have tomatoes in some way each and every day. 467 more words