Quinoa Asparagus, Oregano Chicken

Doesn’t that sound like a martial arts movie with English subtitles? Maybe not. How about this one? Vegetarian cook for meat-loving… what rhymes with cook? I have a new challenge in the kitchen. I don’t want

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Botanical Interests

I got my seeds from Botanical Interests! They came in this pretty box which fits nicely in my mailbox. A while back I was thinking about seeds and the recent defeat of Proposition 37 here in

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Beef Barley Soup

A big vat of hot soup is comfort food in the winter. What’s really awesome about soup is that it gets better after it has sat together, chilled in the refrigerator, then reheated next day. This

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Old Fashioned Pancakes

My pantry is always stocked with every ingredient on the list below, waiting for those lazy weekend mornings when we can have a slow breakfast. Yeah, I know you can get pancakes to-go at fast-food places,

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Cauli Cauli Broccoli

What do cauliflower and broccoli have in common? They are both cruciferous vegetables, super-nutritious and best eaten raw. R.A.W. I love raw food. It feels so alive, all crunchy and juicy and electric. Other cruciferous vegetables

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Oatmeal Raisin Cookies

Oatmeal Raisin Cookies have to be one of the easiest cookies to make. Everybody knows how to make that! That’s what I thought until I baked some. I got the recipe off the top of the

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My Daughter’s Snack Recipe

I don’t remember when my daughter started helping me in the kitchen. Was it at age 3 or was it even younger? I remember her taking initiative making us snacks not even a mother could love.

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Mini Cinnamon Rolls

Whenever I make pies I wind up with extra dough from the pie crust. I hate throwing anything away, especially my pie crust. It’s so good! So I’ll tell you what I do. Preheat oven to

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