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MaSeCa Calendar Photo Shoot (Just For Fun)

A few weeks ago, out of the blue, Cristina from MaSeCa emailed me to see if I wanted to be in their 2011 calendar. I use MaSeCa’s masa harina a lot, for everything from tamales to pupusas, so I said yes figuring it would be good fun. So some day next year you might walk …

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I’m Writing a Cookbook

I’ve been writing Herbivoracious for just over three years now. What started as a whim (and with the bravado of the utterly naive) has become a labor of love and a way to share my passion for great vegetarian food. It has allowed me to learn more about writing and photography, improve my cooking, and …

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Artichokes From The Garden

Since we are traveling for the next few weeks, I expect that most of my posts will just be a picture of something delicious and maybe a paragraph or two. As a warmup, here’s a picture of the first edible artichokes to come out of our garden. Gardening has been pretty much a laissez-faire …

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Everyday Chef Contest – We Won Round 2! – Final Round Starting Now

Hey everybody! I just wanted to say thank you a million times over for all of your support in the Pacific Natural Foods Everyday Chef Contest. With your votes, my Enfrijoladas de Espinaca won round 2. It was really cool to see the recipes my fellow bloggers made, as well as all of the non-blogger …

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Interview with Mark Bitterman, Leading Expert on Culinary Salts

 

I've been fascinated with the wide variety of salts available for cooking and especially finishing your dishes for years. After I wrote about the importance of salt, I learned of The Meadow, a shop in Portland, Oregon that carries a large and beautifully curated selection. I visited their brick & mortar store …

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How to Plan a Vegetarian Meal by Answering Three Easy Questions

As a vegetarian, one of the things I hear all the time is “I’d like to eat less meat, but I just don’t know how to plan a vegetarian meal.” Without the familiar routine of building a plate with meat at the center, many perfectly competent cooks find themselves at a loss for how to make …

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Mining The Archives – Deliciousness You Might Have Missed

I'm got some commitments that will keep me from posting as many new recipes as usual for the next couple of weeks. I've been writing Herbivoracious for nearly three years now, and we've got lots of readers that weren't around in the early days. So I thought I'd feature a couple of delicious older posts …

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