Archive for the Food Category

Bakin’ Bacon

Do you like bacon? I like bacon. My husband and kids like bacon. Bacon makes it better, right? But bacon is so time consuming and messy to make, especially when I’m cooking enough to feed five people! There must be a better way… A couple of years ago, I heard about

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Breakfast Schedule

Growing up, I typically ate boxed cereal, instant oatmeal, or toast with margarine and jelly. Weekends meant French toast or pancakes, and maybe scrambled eggs and bacon. My parents both worked full time, so for as long as I can remember, I prepared my own

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Salted Limeade

This recipe is inspired by Chanh Muoi, a Vietnamese salty lemonade made with preserved lemons. I tasted it recently when enjoying my favorite new food (pho) and it was amazing! I love the tartness of the citrus with a bit of sweet and a hint of

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Jerk Chicken

Many years ago, before B and I were married, he was a regular patron of a small Caribbean restaurant and catering company that served whatever the owner decided to make that day. There were usually 4-6 choices written on a small whiteboard, and B’s absolute

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Pumpkin Puree + Recipe Round-up

It’s pumpkin time, and I might have gotten a little carried away when grocery shopping. You see, pumpkins are readily available this time of year, but once they are out of season, they are gone until the next year. Unlike many other foods that we

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Gobhi (Curried Cabbage)

One of the easiest vegetables to make Indian-style is gobhi (green cabbage). It cooks quickly and requires just a few ingredients to make it flavorful and delicious. Cabbage is also available for most of the year, though fall and winter are probably the best seasons

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Half Indian Pantry Staples: Dahi (Homemade Yogurt in a Crockpot)

My in-laws use yogurt regularly in their Indian cooking, and sometimes my mother-in-law makes her own. Several years ago, she showed me how she makes it, and she gave me some of hers to use as a starter. Her method is essentially to boil the

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Baigan (Eggplant) Chutney

Chutneys are a type of condiment and are a regular addition to many Indian meals (especially in South Indian cuisine). They are eaten in small amounts and serve to break up the flavors of the main dishes. Chutneys can be made of just about anything

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Grain-free Granola

I really like granola. I stopped eating boxed cereal a while ago, and for a while continued to buy granola since I really like the crunchy sweetness every once in a while. Granola seemed like a better alternative to the overly processed (and overpriced) cereals

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Mashed Cauliflower

I mentioned in my last post that my kids love mashed cauliflower. In fact, the reason I had a bit of raw cauliflower left over to make an Indian-spiced Cauliflower Frittata last week was because I bought a cauliflower that was too big to fit in

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