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The recipe was inspired by my friend Cara … several years ago she introduced me to Black Bean Sweet Potato Burritos, one of my favorite vegetarian dishes. The other day I was in the mood for them, but wanted something … Continue reading
A classic St. Patrick’s Day menu item in my family was Irish Soda bread. My Mom has a great recipe which I will make and post later this week, but I was interested in trying something different. I came across … Continue reading
I have to admit that I do not like cooked cabbage … I tried it many times and am never a fan. I like cabbage raw, but really not cooked. So I am always looking for a recipe that involved cooked … Continue reading
One of my favorite take-out dishes is spicy sautéed string beans or green beans, but every time I order it, I cringe because I know those innocent healthy beans have been doused in oil and what should be a healthy … Continue reading
To describe this meal as Indian would be a gross misstatement, but it certainly has a hint of India. Even better, it has minimal prep time and leaves the house smelling wonderful. The meal was inspired by a visit to … Continue reading
Remember that Summer Challenge with the neighborhood coop? Well, I have not posted about it much, but have been ordering on a regular basis. I thought I would recap what came in this week’s basket and how I used it. … Continue reading
Part of last weekend’s cooking included a wonderful onion tart. The tart was inspired by 5 pounds of Vidalia onions and the need to check another book off the list. This cook book was Vegatables by James Peterson (http://www.amazon.com/Vegetables-Authoritative-Preparing-Cooking-Recipes/dp/0688146589). I … Continue reading