A few weeks ago as I was starting our new “flexatarian” (semi-vegetarian) kick, I tried out an Egyptian recipe called Kusherie. Basically, it was lentils and rice with caramelized onions and a tomato sauce on top. The kids weren’t exactly falling all over themselves, but everyone pronounced it “not bad, but it needs some more […]

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I’m kind of winging it on the history here, but Colcannon is an Irish dish traditionally made with potatoes and cabbage. Yep. That’s it. Cheap and filling. I’m good with cheap and filling, but I had a pretty good idea that my family was not going to be too thrilled. Still, I happened across a […]

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Because everyone likes to eat, right? Here’s the thing. There are a ton of food bloggers out there. Pioneer Woman, Smitten Kitchen, A Year of Slow Cooking, Authors Kitchen…. And then there are the major recipe sites like Food Network, AllRecipes, Mollie Katzen (Moosewood, vegetarian) and my favorite – Cook’s Illustrated. To get the really […]

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