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I Yam What I Yam

So what happened was I got this really, really big Georgia O’Keefe-looking sweet potato in my CSA box. I posted it on Facebook and fortunately my friends had lots and lots of sweet potato recipes. I say fortunately because I … Continue reading

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Edamame Quinoa Burgers

Just a quick driveby to recommend these burgersĀ from EatingWell. Calling them burgers is a stretch and texture-wise they are a lot like falafel but they are also super delicious and pretty quick to assemble. Not only are they quick but … Continue reading

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Twenty Minute Chickpea and Spinach “Risotto”

I don’t have time to type out a long story but am really struggling with the whole get food on the table thing now that I am no longer an at-home mom with the leisure of morning grocery shopping and … Continue reading

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Pasta With Smashed Peas and Bacon

One of the first pasta dishes I really fell in love with was spaghetti carbonara (what’s not to love? Eggs, cheese and bacon) and in particular this zucchini carbonara when it first ran in the Minimalist. So I was drawn … Continue reading

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Greek “Nachos,” Winter Version

I am slowly trying to shift our diet further and further away from processed foods (which turns out to be easy for me but harder for the kids; all those Whole Food family bloggers GROSSLY underestimate my children’s attachment to … Continue reading

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Turkey Day Minus One: Caketastrophe

Just tried to invert the chocolate chocolate chip bundt cake onto the cake stand and only half of it made it out of the bundt pan. So I guess we are having pumpkin pie, chocolate pecan pie, and trifle for … Continue reading

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Choose Your Own Adventure. I Mean, Casserole

So, after Labor Day weekend I was just a tiny bit tired. We’d survived the first week of school, spent the weekend in Arizona with family (fun!) and I’d spent the evenings visiting one of my Kappa chapters during recruitment … Continue reading

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