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Mostly Plants in a Hurry: One-Pot Pasta with Arugula and Lemon Mostly Plants in a Hurry: One-Pot Pasta with Arugula and Lemon By Cook Food. Mostly Plants. 02/08/14 22:31 Lately, work has been similar in sensation to a whirpool caught inside a vortex trapped beneath a swamp. Cooking, let alone cleaning up afterward, starts to seem like an insurmountably effortful undertaking when viewed from the tail end of a 14-hour day....
Cook Food Mostly Plants Takes Kansas: Round 1 Cook Food Mostly Plants Takes Kansas: Round 1 By Cook Food. Mostly Plants. 07/02/13 20:18 What can I say? I'm a sucker for a challenge. It's all well and good to cook food (mostly plants) while surrounded by the lush, local produce of California's Central Valley, but what about in a place with those...now what were they called again...oh yes...what...
Plants for Dessert: Strawberries and Limoncello Plants for Dessert: Strawberries and Limoncello By Cook Food. Mostly Plants. 03/22/13 18:59 I have heard, through the grapevine, that certain readers have been clamoring for more desserts. Because I am, at heart, a selfless individual, I have virtuously set aside my dinner plate and subjected myself to rigorous taste-testing of the following recipe....
Plants for Breakfast: Roasted Sweet Potato Rounds Plants for Breakfast: Roasted Sweet Potato Rounds By Cook Food. Mostly Plants. 11/19/12 02:41 In our ongoing quest to discover easy and delicious mostly-plant breakfasts, we stumbled on this one completely by accident. All you need is a few spare yams next time you're roasting something in the oven, and voila—breakfast and/or afternoon snacks for...
Mostly Plants for Breakfast: Pan con Tomate Mostly Plants for Breakfast: Pan con Tomate By Cook Food. Mostly Plants. 09/29/12 20:55 There is a time for thought and a time for action. And when the evening air turns crisp and cool and the last tomatoes of the season scent the air, one must not pause to think about one's tomato-phobic past, or the sorrow of tomatoless days to come. One...
Mostly Plants in a Hurry: White Beans with Tomatoes and Cilantro Mostly Plants in a Hurry: White Beans with Tomatoes and Cilantro By Cook Food. Mostly Plants. 07/02/12 22:26 This isn't the flashiest dish, looks-wise, but they say it's what's on the inside that counts. And oh, my, its insides are delicious. Good for when you're low on time and happen to have some tomatoes and fresh cilantro on hand. It reheats well, so consider...
Mostly Plants in a Hurry: Quinoa Salad Mostly Plants in a Hurry: Quinoa Salad By Cook Food. Mostly Plants. 02/15/12 18:59 Let's face it. Quinoa, when eaten plain, gets a little too quinoa-y about halfway through the plate. Salad, meanwhile, just goes on and on, leaf after increasingly boring leaf. But when you put the two together... ...there's no other word for it. Magic....
Mostly Plants in a Hurry: Orzotto Meets the Complete Beet Mostly Plants in a Hurry: Orzotto Meets the Complete Beet By Cook Food. Mostly Plants. 02/06/12 16:59 What's that you say? More beets, please? I do believe we've got you covered. This is the perfect quick-and-easy way to use up your leftovers from this recipe, which you have either already made or must immediately swear to make tonight. [Insert pause for...
Mostly Plants in a Hurry: Egg Sandwich with Leafy Greens Mostly Plants in a Hurry: Egg Sandwich with Leafy Greens By Cook Food. Mostly Plants. 05/31/11 21:47 The basic idea here is to take something oniony, something green, and a bit of a fresh herb and let them play nicely in a pan together with a couple of eggs. Dinner in ten minutes, but all leafy and fresh and flavorful. (Unlike the TV dinners that I catch...
Plants for Breakfast: Prosciutto-Wrapped Pears Plants for Breakfast: Prosciutto-Wrapped Pears By Cook Food. Mostly Plants. 04/29/11 03:58 Who says whole food breakfasts can't be quick and easy? Ingredients 2 ripe D'Anjou pears, wedged (they're ripe when they yield easily to a firm press) 3-4 slices prosciutto, cut into strips Wrap a strip of prosciutto around some or all of the pear wedges....
Plants for Dessert: Strawberry Kumquat Salad Plants for Dessert: Strawberry Kumquat Salad By Cook Food. Mostly Plants. 04/10/11 18:06 I can't quite get over how good kumquats are. I think last time I tried them I was under the impression that you had to peel them before eating, which meant a lot of work for a very sour bit of fruit. The skin provides a zesty sweetness to complement the...
Plants for Breakfast: Japanese Sweet Potato Plants for Breakfast: Japanese Sweet Potato By Cook Food. Mostly Plants. 03/20/11 16:27 As a longtime cereal-and-toast person, the first meal of the day continues to be the one I'm most likely to cheat on when it comes to the eating whole foods. It's certainly possible to buy whole grain, not-too-many ingredient cereal or bread, but at the...

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