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Guidance

It’s understanding to read a recipe as a guideline, not a rule- Amy Frye

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Blend Some Pesto

Best for: Basil, cilantro, parsley, tarragon and mint. Keep: Refrigerate for up to 3 days; freeze for up to 6 months. Use: Toss with pasta, swirl into soup, drizzle onto veggies, mix with plain yogurt for a dip or dollop … Continue reading

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What the Hell are Pea Shoots

I have seen pea shoots before, but always as garnish. Pea shoots come from the pea plant, usually the snow or sugar snap pea varieties. They are harvested as young 2-to-6-inch shoots, including two to four leaf pairs and the immature tendrils. They … Continue reading

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The Food Police

If you know me or read my blog, you know my favorite question is “What did you eat today?” I never ask what one does for a living as one should not define themselves by their position or status in … Continue reading

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What the Hell is Red Cabbage Rapini?

Over my shoulder I heard “Really, they sent you dead flowers?” I had to admit the Red Cabbage Rapini did look like a gothic bouquet of flowers, leaving me to ask, “What the hell is Red Cabbage Rapini”? A quick … Continue reading

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