Strawberry Banana Strata

July 3, 2013

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I know. I know. It’s been awhile. Hopefully this recipe helps make up for that just a little. I had strawberries, I had bread, and I needed a breakfast that would be awesome but leave me with most of my morning to do other things. Enter the strata. All the prep work happens the night […]

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Peanut Butter Jelly Time

March 25, 2013

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I came up with an interesting recipe today and I thought it might be worth sharing: Peanut Butter and Jelly Smoothies.  Sounds weird right?  I kind of thought so when I came up with the idea, but being the kind of person I am, I went ahead and made them anyway.  They were really tasty […]

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CSA on the Run

September 13, 2012

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I was in such a rush on Tuesday that I had the vegetables nearly all sorted before Accomplice 1 reminded me to take a picture.  That’s why this week’s CSA is presented as a slide show instead of a single glamorous photo. It seems my cat is as excited about the timely arrival of this […]

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Sometimes There Is No Recipe

September 10, 2012

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When my fridge is full of vegetables and my stomach is grumbling I haven’t got time to follow a recipe.  I haven’t even got time to write it down as I make it up.  This was one of those times.  I had broccoli, cucumbers, tomatoes, and fresh basil in the fridge.  Hmm, I said to […]

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So Much Produce

September 7, 2012

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This Tuesday’s CSA pick-up was crazy.   There were so many watermelons they wouldn’t all fit on the table…

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CSA Solutions (6)

August 31, 2012

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Life has been somewhat chaotic lately, and I had to choose between getting things done and writing about them.  Finally there is a momentary break in the action and I have several weeks of CSA pick-ups and one last tip to share with you.   The sixth lesson: Share the goodness with your friends and […]

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CSA Solutions (5)

August 6, 2012

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  The fifth lesson: Appliances are your friends.  A dehydrator will let you store just about anything but lettuce until next year.  You can make zucchini chips, fruit leather, and “sun” dried tomatoes.  A big jar of dehydrated veggies is a great starting point for winter soups or casseroles.  A blender can be used to […]

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