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Sep 23 2014

Red Russian Kale and Mushrooms – Vegan Recipe

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Red Russian Kale is something I’d never seen until we moved to Missouri from the Washington, DC area. I’ve never found it in a grocery store (not even Whole Foods) or even at the local Farmer’s Market but we got some in our CSA share a couple years ago and we got some last week […]

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May 16 2013

Recipe: Zucchini Alfredo with Mushrooms

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This is a recipe based off one I found here. I think it’s a good base. Essentially – zucchini becomes your pasta. And honestly, it is not as weird or gross as it sounds. It’s also a great recipe to dust off now, because before you know it, zucchini will be plentiful and cheap. Here […]

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May 16 2013

Marinated Mushrooms

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I admit it, I have an expensive addiction (besides alcohol, which is most costly to my self-respect). You know those stupid olive bars that every upper or even mid-level grocery store has to have now? Where you pay 6 or 7 bucks a pound for fancy olives and stuffed peppadews and that sort of junk? […]

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May 16 2013

Chicken Saltimbocca

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Sometimes, when I’m eating low-carb, it feels like the only exciting recipes I come across are baking — bread, cakes, cookies or some sort of deliciousness with rice or pasta. It can feel debilitating. So when the New York Times posted a recipe for Chicken Saltimbocca — I leapt at it. Chicken, cheese, prosciutto and […]

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Aug 05 2012

Success

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I talk a lot about my cooking failures. But sometimes, I have a good idea and I can follow through with process. Michael and I got a beautiful and enormous eggplant from our CSA this week. So I decided I wanted eggplant parmigiana. And I decided I could find a keto-friendly breading substitute that WAS […]

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