Every year I promise myself that I am going to make some amazing culinary feat of deliciousness involving black-eyed peas to blog about for New Year’s Day.
And I don’t.
So, instead I’m going to repost two tasty recipes that are not only delicious and healthy, but will also help revive your liver after your […]Continue Reading →
Nature giveth and she taketh away.
I think she took summer.
It took a long time for summer to finally make its appearance in the Pacific Northwest, so I couldn’t help but feel a little slighted last night, as I begrudgingly pulled an extra blanket onto the bed. But while I long to soak up […]Continue Reading →
Sometimes avoiding going to the grocery store is a nuisance, like when you end up living off of stale cereal and questionably old soy milk.
Other times, it forces you to use up random things in your fridge, on the edge of extinction, and delivers delicious results.
Thankfully this is the result of the latter scenario, […]Continue Reading →
Green eggs and ham not only sounds disgusting, but is also likely to induce stomach aches if you’ve indulged in too much green beer. But some refreshing and naturally green soup, chocked full of roasted garlic, white beans and greens, is sure to help detox that liver and perk you up.Continue Reading →
Okay, I’m kind of sucking at MoFo. I think November is not as good a month for it, it’s too busy. Plus, I have some news to share soon (no, I’m not pregnant) that has been tying up my time, but that will come.
I love me some tomato soup. It’s my go-to food when I’m […]Continue Reading →
As the cooler weather sets in, I start to crave comfort foods. While not necessarily looking for overly hearty fare, chilly nights and layer-weather beckons for something that sticks to your ribs. Let’s take a stroll down memory lane for some recipes that fit the bill.
Some Curried Carrot Soup is simple to […]Continue Reading →
A few weeks ago, we Portlanders were prematurely visited by summer. It was warm and sunny and glorious. Now our days are dark, we are experiencing biblical rain and we have lapsed back into muddy winter weather.
I have tasted the fruits of summer and I am not a happy camper.
Alas, given that […]Continue Reading →
Well, here she is: Episode 3 of the nom! nom! nom! cooking show. Enjoy this very classic and summery recipe.
This soup’s origins are debated, but it’s creamy and addictive flavor is undeniably good. You can always use onions in place of the shallot.
1 tbsp. margarine
3 medium leeks, washed and […]
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