Monthly Archives: July 2008

Zucchini Cheddar Bread from Joy of Cooking

Recipe for a savory zucchini cheddar bread adapted from Joy of Cooking.View full post »

Cheap thrills with punky fruit

Adaptable recipe for an easy fruit compote to use when you have a lot of fruit that’s a little past its peak.View full post »

The piquant flavor of mediocrity: Chiles Rellenos…casserole

For a recipe for Chiles Rellenos, look elsewhere. But if you want to feel great about yourself, read this.View full post »

The first annual Queer Snack Awards

I eat sautéed chard for a snack when no one is looking. What about you?View full post »

Slow food…

Why the French can’t drink coffee and walk at the same time.View full post »

Linguine with beet Roquefort sauce

The recipe for Linguine with Beet-Roquefort Sauce that made me finally learn to love beets.View full post »

Zucchini love

When life gives you a zucchini patch that spreads to the compost heap, make Zucchini and Saffron Vichyssoise—and playView full post »

Light summer supper

Recipe for a light summer supper of sautéed beet greens and fava beans with pan-fried Halloumi cheese.View full post »

Chilled Tomato Soup

A chilled soup of roasted tomatoes with garlic, onions and herbs makes quick work of tomatoes on the brink.View full post »

Garlic scape hummus

Recipe for Garlic Scape Hummus inspired by the world’s best hummus from Olives in Princeton, NJ.View full post »

She’s bi-vegetal

A pair of kohlrabi recipes: Quick Kohlrabi Pickles and Sautéed Kohlrabi Greens.View full post »

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