Very Good Recipes of Greens from Out of the Ordinary

There are 28 Greens recipes on the blog Out of the Ordinary. (1391 on all the blogs)

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Empanadas with roasted golden beets, pistachios, raisins and greens Empanadas with roasted golden beets, pistachios, raisins and greens By Out of the Ordinary 02/25/14 20:11 “Did you ever beam in Clio’s eyes?” “Beam in her eyes? You mean shine a light in them?” “No, you know, beam in them, you just look right in her face.” “I suppose…” “Hagrid and Dumbledore do it all the … Continue reading →
Butterbean and greens dumplings Butterbean and greens dumplings By Out of the Ordinary 02/05/14 20:39 Dear Sir and or Madam: I am writing to apply for the job/ the grant/ the fellowship/ or to submit a story for publication. I realize that roughly a million other people are applying for the position and that they’re … Continue reading →
Beet green and goat cheese timbales with braised golden beets Beet green and goat cheese timbales with braised golden beets By Out of the Ordinary 01/09/14 20:24 In the winter months we all live in much closer proximity to our household spirits. We’re all inside more often, with the doors and windows shut tight. We’re always around, being our clumsy noisy human selves, making messes and dust … Continue reading →...
Brioche-crusted pie with greens, butter beans, raisins and walnuts Brioche-crusted pie with greens, butter beans, raisins and walnuts By Out of the Ordinary 11/27/13 17:58 Isaac woke up early with a nightmare. He wanted to cuddle, and it was a cold sleety slatey morning, I should have cuddled. But I mumbled something cranky about having to make his lunch and got myself a cup of … Continue reading →
Greens with pine nuts and roasted beets Greens with pine nuts and roasted beets By Out of the Ordinary 07/14/13 21:20 “In such a world of conflict, a world of victims and executioners, it is the job of thinking people, not to be on the side of the executioners.” – Albert Camus. Today was a sad day for justice in America, … Continue reading →
Pistachio ricotta tart topped with greens Pistachio ricotta tart topped with greens By Out of the Ordinary 07/10/13 23:29 “You’re probably a year old! You’re not a puppy anymore! Stop chewing up my reading glasses.” “You’re a big seven-year-old boy, stop crying over every little thing.” “You’re nearly eleven years old, learn how to share with your brother!” Yes, … Continue...
Masa crusted potatoes with smoky red beans and greens, and honey-lime avocado cucumber salsa Masa crusted potatoes with smoky red beans and greens, and honey-lime avocado cucumber salsa By Out of the Ordinary 06/11/13 19:44 One of the delightful things about my disintegrating eyesight is that when I read I’m no longer confined to the actual words on the page. When I read without glasses, who knows what the book really says? Not me! So … Continue reading →
Savory almond cake with toasted beets, beet greens, goat cheese and asparagus Savory almond cake with toasted beets, beet greens, goat cheese and asparagus By Out of the Ordinary 06/06/13 19:34 Last night we went to Isaac’s poetry cafe. I’ve got to start wearing dark glasses and a veil to these things, because I find them so moving that by the end I’m a puddle, despite my cynical and cantankerous nature. … Continue reading →
Empanadas with greens, chickpeas and cranberries Empanadas with greens, chickpeas and cranberries By Out of the Ordinary 05/24/13 20:48 I’ve been thinking about the way our world changes, and specifically about the way people bring about that change. Our history as humans is a pattern of progress and change, progress and change. We’ll head blindly in one direction, unable … Continue reading...
Pumpkinseed, green vegetable, and cheddar soup Pumpkinseed, green vegetable, and cheddar soup By Out of the Ordinary 04/04/13 20:47 I spent the morning cleaning. Let me tell you why that’s interesting. It’s not! It’s not interesting at all, to anyone! Cleaning is dull and tedious and repetitive, and it’s only satisfying if you’re good at it, which I’m not. … Continue reading →
Sage roasted butter beans and greens with raisins and pine nuts Sage roasted butter beans and greens with raisins and pine nuts By Out of the Ordinary 03/10/13 16:02 It was a night under the stars! That’s what the school dance was called, and, funnily enough, as we walked home I’d never seen the stars so bright and clear over our tinsy little metropolis. The stars were cool and … Continue reading →
Greens, white bean and potato soup & more Eliza Greens, white bean and potato soup & more Eliza By Out of the Ordinary 10/27/12 17:15 If you cast your memory back to last weekend, you may recall that we’re going to share a story in these virtual pages in serial format. It’s time for our second installment of Eliza and Hyssop! Someday it will have … Continue reading →
Beet green, black bean, pumpkin and cashew curry with roasted beet kofta Beet green, black bean, pumpkin and cashew curry with roasted beet kofta By Out of the Ordinary 10/26/12 21:42 While we walked to school the other day, Isaac told me that recess isn’t fun anymore because two of his friends won’t play with him. He said “sometimes I feel like I don’t exist at all.” It gave me such … Continue reading →
Greens, olives & pecan tart Greens, olives & pecan tart By Out of the Ordinary 10/18/12 18:40 Malcolm and Isaac did some free writing in school. Isaac said that he wrote about Clio, our puppy. He wrote that she was mostly housebroken. It’s sweet that he loves her, and he’s “writing what he knows,” which is the … Continue reading →
Green tomato tarte tatin revisited Green tomato tarte tatin revisited By Out of the Ordinary 09/14/12 20:06 Well! October 11th will mark the one year anniversary of this blog! How time flies. We’ll be celebrating with a spectacular fireworks display and a regatta along the delaware. It’s silly how addicted to it I’ve become! It’s silly how … Continue reading...
Fried green tomato pakoras and cilantro, tamarind, almond sauce Fried green tomato pakoras and cilantro, tamarind, almond sauce By Out of the Ordinary 09/11/12 17:50 September 11, 2001 was a perfect golden day, just like today. We had just moved to the town we now live in from Boston. It felt like coming home. I felt as glowingly hopeful as the weather. And then, of … Continue reading →
Zucchini, green pea, feta, & mint paté and zucchini with tarragon and hazelnuts Zucchini, green pea, feta, & mint paté and zucchini with tarragon and hazelnuts By Out of the Ordinary 08/28/12 22:35 It can be hard to stay cheerful when you’re a waitress. Many restaurant patrons are as needy and particular as toddlers, and they’re not always nice about making their needs known. I slip into horribly bitchy crankiness sometimes, as a … Continue reading...
Beet & goat cheese roulade filled with greens and pinenuts Beet & goat cheese roulade filled with greens and pinenuts By Out of the Ordinary 07/20/12 19:18 I’m feeling a little dull and blue today, for no reason whatsoever! It’s a funny thing about feeling blue, because it’s not really a bad feeling, as I use the term. It’s a contemplative, slightly melancholy feeling. But there are … Continue reading →
Greens, potatoes, & tomatoes and patatas bravas with almond aioli Greens, potatoes, & tomatoes and patatas bravas with almond aioli By Out of the Ordinary 07/15/12 17:52 My friend Laura recently posted a picture of her son jumping into a swimming pool. He looks wonderfully happy, as boys do jumping into swimming pools. You can see his shadow on the water. He’s in the air! I love … Continue reading →
Greens with lime, honey & fresh basil Greens with lime, honey & fresh basil By Out of the Ordinary 05/31/12 02:23 People come up to me on the street all the time, and they say, “Claire, we love to eat greens, but we can’t be bothered to wash them or remove their stupid stems. Should we just popeye them straight from … Continue reading →
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