This month’s Recipe Redux asked us to use a green herb in a different way, or to highlight a rarely used herb. Nettles (Urtica dioica) are my favorite springtime herb, one that many people aren’t aware of as food, but I love in this Nettles Soup recipe. They are a bit like the season-vibrant, bitter, […]
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When the winds are blowing and my house might lose power, I make chicken and dumplings in my stockpot. Even when the storm is Hurricane Sandy, clear across the country. I make chicken and dumplings. Because soup is hot and wet, filling, comforting, a way of saying that all will be ok. Although Hurricane Sandy […]
Burnished leaves of yellow, red and orange contrasting with the pine trees. Pumpkin fields scattered with orange orbs and children running from one to the next with squeals of joy. Scattered orange flags dropping from cedar trees soften the pathways through the woods on a walk with my dogs. Orange is the color of fall. […]
Now that the Thanksgiving dinner is done, what do you do with the leftovers? Around my house there are family classics so important that we actually make double of these foods just to enjoy them. One is this soup. The recipe calls for vegetables to be diced from fresh, and that is wonderful. But, I […]
Recipe: Vegan Butternut Squash Soup with Cashew Cream Summary: This is a perfect starter or light lunch for Thanksgiving. Ingredients one 4 pound butternut squash-Cut the squash in half length ways. scrape out the seeds and pulp. Place the squash cut side down on a cookie sheet and bake in the oven at 350 for […]
Last Sunday I got a chance to cook with a woman I have known for years. We have many aspects of our lives in common, but haven’t had a chance before to just hang out and have fun. We share a common bond with our twins. Mine are 10 year old girls, hers are 20 […]
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