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I got the urge to bake at about 9:30 last night, so I decided to make something we could eat for breakfast thi
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Last night I had the pleasure of having dinner with a group of people taking a Civil Rights Tour through the S
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Dinner for One I enjoy cooking for others, and I rarely go to much trouble on the rare occasions when I'm on m
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Don’t let the long list of ingredients scare you off. Most are seasonings that go into the stew together
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When I first became a vegetarian many years ago, one of the first recipes I adapted was my mother’s beef
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All the prep work on my summer garden has me fixated on vegetable dishes. As I scooped more seeds from bell pe
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Adapted from Ann Meyers.
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This makes about 4-6 servings. Once you’ve had this recipe, you’ll do like I do and keep a package of tofu
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Usually scalloped potatoes have to bake for an hour or so. I’ve cut the baking time by pre-cooking the s
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(Updated July 2014) Several years ago, my husband and I were thumbing through Moosewood Restaurant Cooks at Ho
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Recipe from Mike Meyers.
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For another take on this delicious dish, check out my Dal Bhaji version.
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I fell in love with Thai food on a trip to Koh Samui and Phuket in 1996. I had a great time visiting all of th
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I grew up on my mother’s and grandmothers’ Southern buttermilk cornbread, and I’m devoted to it. Souther
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My experience with turnips has been very limited. I've had them diced in vegetable soup and in tiny cubes in f
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From my Grandma McClure, although I’m quite certain that she got the recipe from a magazine, or off a bo
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It’s cold and raining today…perfect for a hot, comforting bowl of cream of baked potato soup. I must confe
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When I moved here from South Carolina a little over 5 years ago, I had no idea that what I would miss most wou
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I didn’t grow up eating Asian food. My family is pretty much born and bred Southerners…hillbillies, my par
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Sunday mornings we have a fresh hot breakfast instead of the usual eating on the run. Most of the time we have
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A spicy Masala bhaji with potatoes cooked in freshly ground coconut and spices. Served with dosas.
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Adapted from ClearGourmet; the variations are from Andrea Meyers.
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I'm starting a new category called "Cooking For One" and this fish fillet with corn sauce is the first entry.
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I'm a big fan of one-pot meals. If I can put a lot of veggies and some beans into a stew and serve it over a w
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I’ve been making this dish for about eight years. This little creation was my attempt to eat healthy on a bu
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Can we talk brownies? This spiced brownies recipe is a favorite around Valentine's Day since it combines aphro
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These brownies are actually better the second day…if you can make them last two days! They are about as fudg
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I adapted this from a recipe in the Café Chimes Cookbook, a book so little known that, until recently, Amazon
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Because I feel so bad about not having been able to submit an entry for Lasang Pinoy 6, the pulutan edition, I
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From a fellow Aramcon in Saudi Arabia (can't remember who).
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Macaroni salad was a very common family reunion party fare when I was a child. My father and my aunt, his sist
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Like most cooks, I'm endlessly adapting recipes. Last night, I took a favorite recipe that I had already adapt
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Pound cake with lemon and almond baked in a 9 inch round baking pan.
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I think I have a new favorite salad! To go along with last night's Thai Coconut Soup, I created this coleslaw,
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Last night I realized that I had an open can of coconut milk that I needed to use soon--never a bad situation
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