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The demise of cookbooks

I got my first cookbook at age 10 — Betty Crocker’s Cookbook for Girls and Boys. Can you believe it’s still available? Everywhere! With the same cover, even. 633 more words


Week 3: Mushroom-Barley Soup

Oh my!  I was planning on posting every Sunday…  I guess I have already had a little bump in the road.  I made this recipe last Monday and was just planning to write about it on the following Sunday, but it seems that life got in the way.   495 more words

I Drew A Picture of My Food #1

Last night I made some pretty simple, pretty bangin’ crustless quiche. I had a half bunch of asparagus I really needed to use before it started the great slime. 235 more words


Veggie Burger #3: Lentil-Walnut Burgers

So far, my entries in the Veggie Burger Quest have been gussied up pancakes.  This time I decided to go with something that actually had “burger” in its name.  560 more words


Santa Fe is fortunate to have a great lunch spot named the Backstreet Bistro. It is owned by a transplanted New Yorker, and the specialties of the house are an ever-changing array of delicious and unusual soups. 467 more words


Zucchini Feta Pancakes

in the early 90’s when i had started to be more veggie centric and scratch cook,there was a cookbook that i learned a lot from.  mollie katzen’s moosewood cookbook.   203 more words

Hanrahan Cooks

Moosewood Cookbook = Vegetarian Bliss

Ages ago in Toronto, my former roommate Mariana introduced me to the Moosewood Cookbook.  That was almost a decade ago, and now it’s finally part of my own collection.   413 more words