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Monthly Archives: July 2012
I’m one of those obsessed Olympics junkies. The Olympics thrill me, summer or winter. I have my favorite events, but I’ll watch just about any of them. I admire anyone who pushes the edge of his or her physical and … Continue reading
I know, that’s a lot of alliteration, but this dish deserves it. These sweet little star-shaped squash were part of our CSA share from Table Top Farm. They were just too pretty to cut up, so I removed the tops … Continue reading
Our local co-op has had the most luscious peaches for the past few weeks. I love the delicate sweetness of white peaches, and the rosy color of their skins. There’s something about their floral flavor that makes me want to … Continue reading
I’ll level with you: the “no added sugar” in this post’s title means no refined sugars, no honey, no agave. This granola is sweetened — with dates, which are high in natural sugars for a fruit, but are also about … Continue reading
Aw, dang — I’ve become one of those people. You know those crazypants health nuts who cook with weird ingredients like cold-pressed virgin coconut oil and unrefined agave nectar? The ones who refuse to buy canned beans because of the … Continue reading
Since discovering I can make perfect caramelized onions in the slow-cooker, my culinary world has changed. I can cook up a large batch of onions overnight, while I sleep, any night of the week, and then keep them on hand … Continue reading
Ever since our trip to Santa Fe in May, the Midwestern Gentleman and I have been dreaming of cold raspberry soup. Since we had perused the menu online before dining at The Shed, our tastebuds were primed for this enticing … Continue reading