Monthly Archives: May 2011

Banana Walnut Pancakes

      The real fun part to these is the heart shaped pancakes molds I used, but even the round ones are delicious !!  I just adapted a classic whole wheat pancake recipe and added just enough banana and … Continue reading

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Breakfast Potatoes

A lovely little breakfast ! I like to make extra potatoes any time I make baked or mashed or barbecue or whatever, and I stash a few in the fridge for breakfast potatoes the next morning.  There so easy to … Continue reading

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Garden Salad with Strwberries and Blue Cheese

This summer salad is so delish!  And very easy. You will need: The freshest lettuce you can get your hands on Sunflower sprouts Sliced strawberries Slivered almonds Crumbled blue cheese Just layer the ingredients artistically in a salad bowl and … Continue reading

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Roasted Farm Veggies

I bought these beautiful carrots, potatoes and fennel at the farmers market and decided the best possible thing to do with them is cover them in olive oil and roast them in a hot oven.  I ended up serving them … Continue reading

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Arugula Pesto

I know there’s all kinds of pesto going on out there but this one is really quite classic.  I was inspired by the price of arugula vs the price of basil.  There is a short time of year when basil … Continue reading

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Egg White Omellette with Zucchini and Mushroom

This is actually the first time I have tried the egg whites from a carton.   I am impressed.  So easy ! You will need: Thinly sliced and chopped onion sliced shiitake mushrooms 2 or 3 2 tbls  diced (large) zucchini … Continue reading

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Tabbouleh

Tabbouleh is all about parsley.  And lemon, but really parsley. You will need: wheat bulgar ( or for gluten free use quinoa) parsley (curly parsley rather than flat Italian) tomato fresh dill cumin pistachios fresh lemons Cook bulgar or quinoa … Continue reading

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Rhubarb Salsa

Fresh rhubarb in season and I don’t know what to do with it beside making a pie.  So I chewed on it a bit and decided it would make a fresh and tart salsa.  It’s so refreshing that if you … Continue reading

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Salade Nicoise

This delicious salad is usually served for lunch with a few slices of baguette.  Traditionally it would have tuna or anchovies but obviously as you can see those ingredients are not missed ! Vinaigrette Dressing 1/2 cup olive oil 1/8 … Continue reading

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