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I Can Cook That
Jun 28th, 2011
A twenty-something on her own for the first time trying to learn the ins and outs of cooking Please visit my site: I Can Cook That
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Posted on: Aug 20th, 2011
I had a realization a few days ago that summer is almost over. And the end of summer means the winding down of fresh ingredients. So for the next few weeks, I am going to try to make meals that really highlight all of those in season vegetables (like my post about Fettuccine with Fresh Tomato ..
Posted on: Jun 30th, 2011
I have wanted to try to incorporate ROOT into my cooking for a while now. ROOT is basically the alcoholic version of root beer. The spirit contains birch bark, smoked black tea, cinnamon, wintergreen, spearmint, clove, anise, orange, lemon, nutmeg, allspice, cardamom and pure cane sugar so I thought ..
Posted on: Aug 19th, 2011
Ever since the first week of my CSA share, I have anxiously awaited the arrival of fresh tomatoes. This week, I received my first batch! The share came with a bag of Roma tomatoes, a bag of Red tomatoes, and a pint of Sungold cherry tomatoes so expect quite a few tomato recipes to be posted in the ..
Posted on: Aug 12th, 2011
Okra. I have never made anything with okra, nor have a really had a hankering to do so. But it was one of my vegetables in my CSA share so I thought I'd give it a try. If I had time this weekend, I would have preferred to attempt to make a gumbo, but I'm short on time so I did the second ..
Posted on: Jun 30th, 2011
It's almost July 4th weekend, so I am preparing a bunch of dishes for me to trek down to the beach. I tend to make food that can marinate for a day or two so that I have time to make it without rushing around right before we leave. This time around, I decided to make a pasta salad based off my ..
Posted on: Sep 6th, 2011
It's difficult to not associate barbecues with Labor Day weekend. The unofficial end of summer is usually spent the same way summer began on Memorial Day: relaxing (preferably at a beach) and enjoying the company of friends and family while eating burgers, hot dogs, and grilled chicken. Well, ..
Posted on: Jun 28th, 2011
Pea tendrils (or pea shoots) are the leaves from a snow pea plant. They have a bit of a spinach-pea taste, delicate and very tasty. Before receiving them in my CSA share, I just thought they were used in a stir fry or as a topping. But these little guys are really delicious in a simple saute.
Posted on: Aug 18th, 2011
Coming back to the Philadelphia heat after nearly two weeks in Ireland was a bit of a shock to my system. I was in desperate need for a way to cool down, and what better way than through a cool dessert? Cooking Light's Sparkling Strawberry Pops seemed to be the perfect choice.
Posted on: Aug 11th, 2011
Zucchini is another one of my favorite summer vegetables. It always taste so fresh and light, and really brightens up a meal. I usually just saute zucchini and summer squash or grill it, so I was in search of a recipe that actually incorporated zucchini into the main meal versus it just being a ..
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