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Cold Soba Noodles and Red Cabbage

August 28, 2011


One of the things I’ve gotten a lot of in this year’s CSA is cabbage.  There are only so many cabbage rolls and so much sauerkraut I can eat.  Thankfully, there are also some very nice ways to go about eating raw cabbage.  This recipe is one of them. 8oz uncooked soba noodles 1 small […]

August Pool Garden Update

August 25, 2011


The last few weeks (months?) have been busy, and I haven’t had much time to work on gardening, but I made it out to the pool garden today and wanted to share a quick update with you.  All the rain we’ve had lately has really perked things up!   I was surprised to find that […]

Forgotten Favorites

August 18, 2011


I love cooking.  I cook all the time.  I try to document as many of those experiments as possible so that I can share them with all of you.  Sometimes though, I just have more recipes than I have time to post.  The end result of this sorry state is that some real gems slip […]

A guest post and lovely cabbage recipe.

August 13, 2011


I’m not the only experiencing a surfeit of CSA veggies right now, and one of my CSA buddies, Accomplice number One, was nice enough to share this tasty cabbage recipe with all of us who have too much cabbage!  Here it is: i I HATE cabbage. That said, I’ve gotten several heads of the stuff […]

Stovetop popcorn brings class to the couch.

August 11, 2011


I’m literally eating this as I post.  I’ve been really busy this week, and haven’t been able to get to the computer, but this was so good I had to sit right down and share it with you.  It’s salty, spicy, flavorful, and crunchy.  Yum.  There are only four ingredients and it takes a total […]

Crunchy Tasty Zucchini Chips

August 4, 2011


I. Have. So. Much. Zucchini. If you have a garden, know someone with a garden, or receive a weekly CSA, I think you know what I’m talking about. We’ve reached that point in the year where zucchini production simply outstrips any reasonable attempts at consumption. It’s time to get creative. You’ll need a few kitchen […]