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Veni Vidi Veggie

I came, I saw, I veggied. That’s how Latin works, right?

I am going to preface this whole thing by reassuring you all that I’m not going full on vegetarian. 449 more words

Cooking

green goddess. [tacos w. shredded chicken in a spicy poblano cream sauce topped w. caramelized onions & sour cream]

I’ve come to the realization that just about anything is delicious in a tortilla. This shredded chicken in a spicy poblano cream sauce is incredibly flavorful on its own, but made even better when spread on a grilled tortilla and topped with sweet, caramelized onions. 347 more words

Vegetables

Thank Heaven for Little Pollinators

When you are allergic to bees, you grow up rather fearful of hearing that unmistakable buzz made by bees’ wings.  Or at least I did.  When I was younger, I thought of these insects as shark-like predators, waiting to devour me alive and usually ran away, arms flailing and screaming, whenever one happened to flyby too close for comfort. 532 more words

2014

The Two Man Supper Club Week 82: Burrito Casserole

Thanks to a break in the weather we loaded up the kids on Saturday and took them to the Oklahoma City Zoo…the term zoo was/is/and will always be an under statement. 316 more words

Features of the Week: Jul 21-25 #ualberta #ECHA

Ricebowl: Chicken Mole Poblano

Vegbowl: Ratatouille

Burrito: Tocino, Garlic Fried Rice w/ Soy Mayo

Zucchini Blossom Quesadillas

Beautiful squash and zucchini blossoms are examples of nature’s finest handiwork. And unlike most edible flowers, which are lovely to look at but fairly nondescript in a dish (think nasturtiums on that beautifully composed restaurant salad), these pretty blossoms are absolutely, positively delicious to cook with. 593 more words

Main

Sloppy Turkey and Chili Joes

I had a nice long 4-day weekend this weekend and I didn’t do much but read, relax and sleep. No, I wasn’t at the beach, or the lake, or the park, or the pool. 417 more words

Food