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Resources for Finding Local Food

Everyone talks about eating locally and sustainably, but it isn’t always that easy to track down all the great products available in your area. I bet that there are many more farmer’s markets, u-pick-em farms, farms that sell direct, and other exciting stuff in your neck of the woods than you realize! I just learned …

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One Day Of Work, Two More Meals, Happy Campers (Including Recipe for Spicy Angel Hair Pasta)

Cornmeal Pancakes From Joy of Cooking

Friday night, put in a good day of work at Cafe Flora. When I got home around 9, Sarina hadn’t really eaten dinner and was in the mood for pasta. You know you love to cook when that sounds like good fun! I made her a spicy angel hair pasta …

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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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Contest: Looks Sweet, Eats Savory

Yesterday’s Caramelized Pear "Cupcakes" With Blue Cheese Frosting got me thinking that it would be fun to see what other playful stuff folks might make in this genre of food that looks like a sweet but eats like a savory. Let’s have a contest! Here are the rules:

Write up your entry and post it on …

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New Day, New Name!

When I started this blog, the impulse to create it THAT VERY MOMENT superseded the fact that I wasn’t really happy with the name The Vegetarian Foodie. Many of you offered great suggestions and I bent the ears of everyone around me. My friend MG suggested Herbivoracious and the more I sat with it, the …

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Recipe: Polenta with Blue Cheese, Grilled Fennel And Apples – Vegetarian

This was the entree we made for the recent Kavana Men Cook event. We’ve got a creamy polenta with lots of parmesan, topped with grilled fennel, grilled apples and blue cheese, and garnished with parsley, Maldon (aka the world’s greatest salt) , fennel pollen, and a spectacular apple balsamic vinegar from ChefShop.com.

One small regret …

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Salt Crazy (My Favorite Sea Salts)

It seems as if I have some sort of salt problem. I was thinking of writing about salt, and just raiding my cabinets I found the eleven varieties pictured above. This doesn’t actually put me in to the outer realm of salt craziness. I don’t carry my own in a little box to restaurants (though …

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