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Other people's recipes: Yotam Ottolenghi's Green Onion Soup

As promised a few days ago, on Sunday (which was, by the way, a beautiful spring day, on which I got both an hour’s walk and a twelve-mile bike ride) I made a vegetarian soup from Yotam Ottolenghi’s… 1,245 more words


Cook Fast - Eat Slow (Teil 1): Shakshuka

Kochen hat einerseits viel mit Leidenschaft und Lebenslust zu tun, andererseits muss es jedoch auch in den Löwe Alltag gepackt werden – und das ist die Herausforderung! 433 more words


Everything to do with vegetables

My husband had a birthday recently and one of the gifts he received was this cookbook.

I gave him the cookbook after checking it out at my elder daughters’.   144 more words


Amateur Hour

As of today, we’ve officially kept Christopher alive for two months, which surpasses our record for potted plants by about three weeks.  I can’t believe we’re allowed to take care of him, that some basic health and safety regulations don’t bar us from being his parents.  714 more words


Recipe quick takes: Yotam Ottolenghi's Tagliatelle with walnuts and lemon

I have an interesting relationship with vegetarian food: I have never intentionally eaten vegetarian, but I do fairly frequently eat meals that just happen not to have any meat in them — especially pasta. 870 more words


Sweet Potato Pancakes

It’s Spring Break! Finally a week away from teenager drama and misunderstandings of Macbeth! We spent the weekend at the beach with my parents and siblings and are now in Raleigh with my in-laws. 403 more words


Post 112 - Ginger Ale Carrots & Plenty of Noodle Salads

The most enticing looking recipes are usually the carb-loaded, sugar-sparkled, cheese-sprinkled ones. Am I right? The most pinned recipes on Pinterest are always the gooey double chocolate brownies, the “easiest, creamiest” mac and cheese, or the “you won’t believe it’s Paleo” chocolate fudge pie. 1,350 more words

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