Very Good Recipes of Pepper from Out of the Ordinary

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Red quinoa& farro croquettes with roasted red peppers and hazelnuts (and hazelnut rosemary sauce) Red quinoa& farro croquettes with roasted red peppers and hazelnuts (and hazelnut rosemary sauce) By Out of the Ordinary 05/26/14 21:33 Hello, Ordinary friends! It’s been a little while, and I’ll tell you why. I gave myself a short sabbatical to finish my novel! And now I think it’s finished! What a strange feeling. Finishing a story feels like a real … Continue reading →
Coconut-black pepper-rice flour pancakes Coconut-black pepper-rice flour pancakes By Out of the Ordinary 04/29/14 19:09 My favorite word at the moment is “perplex.” I like the sound of it–I think it has just a few more consonants than it needs, in just the right order, to make it perplexing to pronounce. And I like the … Continue reading →
Crostini with roasted red pepper/hazelnut sauce, capers, and olives Crostini with roasted red pepper/hazelnut sauce, capers, and olives By Out of the Ordinary 04/16/14 17:34 Malcolm yelled “Good luck!” to the bald eagle. Before work on Sunday, the first and only really lovely spring day this year, Malcolm and Clio and I went for a “run.” It was more of a fast walk, because he’d … Continue reading →
Ginger & pepper brownies Ginger & pepper brownies By Out of the Ordinary 12/22/13 16:47 Isaac tells me that tomorrow he’ll be able to say “tomorrow is Christmas eve.” The excitement amongst the younger Ordinary set is palpable. And those of us with more Christmases-past under our belt and more worries on our shoulders? Well, … Continue reading...
Roasted butternut red pepper and goat cheese pie Roasted butternut red pepper and goat cheese pie By Out of the Ordinary 11/18/13 20:25 There’s this thing I’m quite taken with at the moment. It’s an “app,” I guess, but I’m not sure exactly what makes something an app. It’s called What Would I Say, and it takes random words you’ve written and combines … Continue reading →
Red lentil, red bean and yellow split pea curry (with sweet potatoes, red peppers and kale) Red lentil, red bean and yellow split pea curry (with sweet potatoes, red peppers and kale) By Out of the Ordinary 11/05/13 22:04 Isaac likes to ask questions he knows the answers to. He’ll ask them again and again, and there must be something reassuring in getting the same answer every time. Of course this is dangerous when you have a mother who … Continue reading →
Cannellini with kale, fennel and yellow peppers Cannellini with kale, fennel and yellow peppers By Out of the Ordinary 11/03/13 16:36 All great deeds and all great thoughts have a ridiculous beginning. Great works are often born on a street corner or in a restaurant’s revolving door. Albert Camus At any street corner the feeling of absurdity can strike any man … Continue reading →
Hazelnut oatmeal chocolate cake with cinnamon and black pepper Hazelnut oatmeal chocolate cake with cinnamon and black pepper By Out of the Ordinary 10/28/13 19:38 My sister-in-law and her wife are getting married today! If that sentence doesn’t make much sense, it’s because the world hasn’t made much sense for years, but it’s starting to look a lot more sensible here in New Jersey. Christy … Continue reading →
Roasted beet and red pepper salad with pistachios and goat cheese Roasted beet and red pepper salad with pistachios and goat cheese By Out of the Ordinary 10/09/13 19:00 People rarely ask me what I do. At the parties we attend–the fairly constant stream of casual gatherings, galas, brunches and luncheons—very few people say, “And what do you do, Claire.” Perhaps this is because I’m so obviously a bon … Continue reading...
Roasted pepper and tomato tart with almond-hazelnut crust Roasted pepper and tomato tart with almond-hazelnut crust By Out of the Ordinary 09/30/13 22:37 I fell asleep while watching cave of forgotten dreams. I regret it, of course, but at the time I was powerless against the great wave of sleepiness. I’d worked all day, and we’d been busy, and the film is so … Continue reading →
Black bean soup with grilled mushrooms and peppers Black bean soup with grilled mushrooms and peppers By Out of the Ordinary 09/17/13 20:17 I have a shocking admission to make…I’ve never read On the Road! Terrible, I know! But now I’ve seen a movie version, so I feel that I can speak about the book with complete authority. It is, of course, the … Continue reading →
Crispy potatoes with peppers, tomatoes, and pine nut chipotle aioli Crispy potatoes with peppers, tomatoes, and pine nut chipotle aioli By Out of the Ordinary 08/23/13 19:59 Every day lately, Malcolm has wanted nothing but to go to the river. The river! He wakes in the morning and thinks about walking down to the river, he wants to spend the long hot afternoon there, he wants to … Continue reading →
Beets glazed with tamari, lime, and hot pepper Beets glazed with tamari, lime, and hot pepper By Out of the Ordinary 07/26/13 20:56 On the local news they were running a story about the demolition of an old hotel…a historical landmark. A fresh-faced local reporter informed us of the traffic problems we might expect, and about proposed plans for the site. Then they … Continue reading...
Soba noodles with potatoes, black beans and spinach in red pepper sauce Soba noodles with potatoes, black beans and spinach in red pepper sauce By Out of the Ordinary 05/17/13 20:06 Each day on our way to school, Isaac and I pass a house that half-burned down a few years ago at Christmastime. Apparently it will be torn down before too long, but now it’s oddly beautiful with its charred, inside-out … Continue reading →
Spinach and goat’s cheese tart with roasted peppers and tomatoes Spinach and goat’s cheese tart with roasted peppers and tomatoes By Out of the Ordinary 05/14/13 20:00 I have this strange feeling lately, from time-to-time, that I can’t complete a sentence. The words will get stuck somewhere between my brain and my tongue. I’ll wait patiently and powerlessly for somebody to hit me on the side of … Continue reading →
Perciatelli pasta with brothy asparagus, roasted pepper & olive sauce Perciatelli pasta with brothy asparagus, roasted pepper & olive sauce By Out of the Ordinary 05/13/13 22:13 Well, I survived another mother’s day lunch shift as a waitress. Nine hours with no break at all, literally not one second to sit down. I’ll pause for a moment so that you can shed a small tear for my … Continue reading →
Roasted beet, red pepper and white bean dip with lime and rosemary Roasted beet, red pepper and white bean dip with lime and rosemary By Out of the Ordinary 05/05/13 16:12 I like connectedness. I like the idea that people connect images to make moving pictures–to make a film. I like that people connect facts to make stories. I like that people connect stories to make history and culture. I like … Continue reading →
Ricotta chard tart with roasted peppers, olives, and a yeasted cornmeal crust Ricotta chard tart with roasted peppers, olives, and a yeasted cornmeal crust By Out of the Ordinary 05/02/13 19:59 There’s a particular pleasure to watching Temporada de Patos that’s hard to define. As I was thinking about it this morning, it came to me…it’s like making a friend, or maybe even falling in love. Which is fitting because friendship … Continue reading →...
Asparagus and macadamia tart with a lemon-pepper crust Asparagus and macadamia tart with a lemon-pepper crust By Out of the Ordinary 04/01/13 20:45 I’ve been in a little bit of a blue funk lately, and I couldn’t start to tell you why. It’s inexplicable! The other morning I was lying in bed, trying to think of a good reason to get out of … Continue reading →
Roasted cauliflower, potatoes and butterbeans in spicy red pepper – olive sauce Roasted cauliflower, potatoes and butterbeans in spicy red pepper – olive sauce By Out of the Ordinary 03/20/13 17:33 When a child tells a joke (my child, at any rate) he always explains it. He always adds a little, “do you see what I did there?” (Except when they tell knock knock jokes, of course – not because they … Continue reading →
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