Following up on a recommendation from my last CSA post, I made a wilted green salad Friday night which was scrumptious and super easy! Wilted Green Salad Prep time:Cook time:Ingredients3 slices of bacon2 tbsp cider vinegar1 tbsp water1 tsp sugarsalt and pepper1 head of broccoli, cut4 green onion sprigs, diced1 head of red lettuce, choppedDirectionsCook … Continue reading K: Wilted Green Salad
So I’ve been promising to put up some new recipes and things, so here’s one! A few weeks ago I put gazpacho on my menu plan, and I actually made it! Surprise! So now I’m going to post the recipe. But first, a picture:
Heyhey, it’s that time again! You know, that time of the month when I haven’t posted anything for freaking forever, I have a backlog of twenty gazillion things I made a long time ago and since forgot the recipes for, and no time to write anything? That’s right, it’s time for another recipe roundup! This … Continue reading D: Recipe Roundup
A while ago we got some potatoes and basil through our CSA, and we had some people recommend basil pesto gnocchi, which K and I thought sounded like an awesome idea. So we made it! I used the same gnocchi recipe that I made last time. The only difference is that I made the actual … Continue reading D: Basil Pesto Gnocchi
My mom cooked for the first 12-14 years of my childhood, and while most of the food she made was the stuff of basic dinners, one of my favorite dishes that she made (hopefully I’m remembering this right, Mom!) was stuffed shells. For some reason, I started craving these over the weekend, and decided to … Continue reading K: Stuffed Pasta Shells
Ok, that’s a lie. Here’s what really happened: K wrote a guest post for A’s blog about a soup that I made and already wrote a non-guest post about because I’m too busy writing a NaNo story about P, J, and E (among others). Whew!
We made these last weekend: Make burgers. Roast some beets in the oven with a bit of balsamic vinegar and oil, and saute kale or spinach until slightly wilted. Soften some goat cheese in the microwave and spread it over the buns, then stack everything up and enjoy! (These burgers also use homemade buns, and … Continue reading Beet and Goat Cheese Burgers
This is a recipe that our good friend A introduced us to. It’s pretty easy to make, and it makes a LOT, so you can have lots of delicious leftovers. It also freezes very well.
This is really just a public service announcement to say that (a) we’re not dead and (b) we will be posting more things soon! We were on vacation for a week, and then spent most of last week getting caught up back at home. Plus we have a neat project we’re working on that you … Continue reading K: We haven’t forgotten about you!
We’re still cooking, I promise! That being said, D has been focusing a bit more of his time and energy on his photography hobbies, and I’ve been frantically doing research and other miscellaneous tasks with the goal of graduating some time soon. That being said, our time to regularly update has been limited. Plus, wordpress … Continue reading K: On Blogging and Graduate School