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Lazy cooking: Vegan, Work It Out

Odd cravings, as Autumn sets in. Maybe it’s the dance lessons I’ve been going to, maybe it’s some general need to lighten the load, so to speak, but I seem to be gravitating towards a more vegetarian end of the dietary spectrum. 211 more words

Asparagus with Red Pepper and Manchego

I might as well chalk my diet up to a lost cause this week. I only have two more days at my current job and I can’t help but take advantage of my favorite Philadelphia eats (like the obsessive chicken over rice from the… 298 more words


Aubergine Dip

So I was making lamb köftas with pita bread and had some chopped up aubergine left over from the day before. What to do to make a baba ghanoush inspired dip? 257 more words

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Kitchen Hints of the Day!

A couple of Smoked Paprika recipe Ideas!

* Add a twist to that potato salad by adding smoked paprika to the dressing.

* Combine smoked paprika, ground cumin, dried chilli flakes, ground coriander and roasted sesame seeds and use as a spice rub for meat or chicken. 10 more words


Chicken Fajitas

Each month, GoodFood Magazine presents a feature on cooking with children called Maisie Cooks. The August 2014 issue featured a recipe for chicken fajitas that we find quite delicious: not only is the chicken wonderfully tender but, of course, we think serving anything with guacamole simply makes it better! 188 more words

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Faux hummus from the Palouse

Lots of carrots and no tahini – not technically hummus but still delicious!

Started with the crockpot: I cooked some of last year’s local Palouse garbanzos (a friend’s father pulled them from the harvester just for me!) with veggie stock, lots of pepper, and a dried bay leaf. 68 more words


Milk and Honey - Pulled Pork and Greens Rice Bowl with Chipotle Yoghurt Sauce


Finally tried this today — WHY DID I WAIT SO LONG?!!

This is a creative, interesting, and delicious combination of straightforward ingredients that resulted in B’s raised eyebrows and comments like, “Whoa, this is really good!” 157 more words