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Vegan Quinoa and Black Bean Wraps with Hummus: #Secret Recipe Club

Vegan wrap with quinoa, black beans, hummus, corn, and tomatoes.

It’s time again for our Secret Recipe Club  ’reveal day’. For the uninitiated, the Secret Recipe Club is a group of around 100 food bloggers, who are separated into four smaller blogging groups. Every month, we’re each assigned a blog in our group to look through. We try […]

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Blackberries, Blue Cheese and Endive Appetizer: #Berry Month

Endive leaf scoops filled with blue cheese and blackberries - recipe.

Summer demands easy entertaining and food that refreshes. I’m generally carrying a fan around the house to stay cool on days the San Francisco fog stays out at sea (I have a svelte little tower model by Wexford that I love), and have loads of […]

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Eggplant Pesto Parmigiana Casserole: #Farmer’s Market Dinner

Recipe for slices of eggplant dipped in pesto and parmesan cheese, layered in a casserole with roasted tomato sauce and mozarella.

One of the things I’ve most enjoyed about blogging is getting to know people I may never meet. We food bloggers share recipes, comment on each others blogs, and support each other through more social media channels than I thought I’d ever join. Along the […]

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Gluten-Free Mexican Street Corn Fritters with Kale, Avocado and Mango Salad

Corn and zucchini fritters topped with kale-avocado-mango salad.

These little guys totally rock for a small, summertime dinner party. Just throw the batter together a few hours ahead (although it doesn’t have to be made that far in advance), cover the bowl with some plastic, and bring it back out 30 minutes before […]

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Cucumber-Watercress Soup – Gazpacho Style! #SundaySupper Summer Chillin’

cucumber watercress soup gazpacho

Time to chill out! Hot summer days are here with trips to the beach with cartons of sunblock and beer, picnics in the country, and sylvan hikes in the mountains. This holiday weekend our stepson (Kevin), his lovely wife (Suzanne), their 5 kids (4 very […]

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Watermelon and Feta Salad with Verjus: #SundaySupper Picnic

watermelon and feta salad

Ver-what? Verjus isn’t a mainstream ingredient, and yet it’s been around since the Middle Ages when it was used as a sauce ingredient, tenderizer, and condiment. It’s pronounced ver-jue, translated as “green juice”, and is extracted from unripened grapes. Verjus is much softer than the […]

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Summer Vegetable – Farro Soup

vegan summer farro soup, asparagus, cannelloni beans

Do you have recipes that have been in a pile for-like-ever that you keep meaning to make, but then a bazillion things get piled on top, and you forget all about them? Until you’re finally cleaning your desk, or weeding out your computer files, and […]

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Mango, Coconut and Lime Soup (for a little trip to Hawaii)

mango coconut lime soup

Let’s go to Hawaii! Too expensive? Then make this soup and close your eyes. The combination of mango, coconut and lime will take your taste buds there for almost free. I love fruit soups and later the summer I always make plum soup, but a […]

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Quinoa Tabbouleh Stuffed Artichokes

http://theweiserkitchen.com/recipe/quinoa-tabbouleh-stuffed-artichokes/

To my mother, adventurous cooking meant scrupulously following a recipe in her dog-eared Mama Leone’s Italian Cookbook for veal scallopini. “It  involves cooking with real sherry,” she told us, feeling so 1960s hip. But most dinners in our house were a rotation of roast chicken, grilled steak, pasta, with […]

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Huevos Rancheros with Davidson’s Safest Choice™ Pasteurized Eggs | #SundaySupper

Huevos Rancheros

This week, the Sunday Supper Family is delighted to welcome Davidson’s Safest Choice™ around the family table! As a mostly (wimpy) vegetarian, eggs are a key source of protein for me. For years eggs have been vilified, but more recent studies, and there are quite a few […]

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Blog CookOff! Well-Seasoned Potato and Mint Salad

Vegan Spicy potato salad with mint

It’s officially BBQ season with the arrival of Memorial Day weekend here in the States. We can BBQ year-round here in California, but it doesn’t become a party until this last weekend of May. It’s one of the few times of year I still make […]

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Vegan Lentil and Potato Salad

After a winter and spring of house remodeling projects, I am so ready for the BBQs, picnics, and casual entertaining that Memorial Day weekend heralds. Well, just as soon as we fix our deck enough to hobble through another year. It’s squishy in a way […]

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Basil, Chive, and Mustard Compound Butters : For Your Pantry

Compound butters are a great little condiment to keep in the freezer, all wrapped in wax paper and tucked into ziplock baggies. They’ll keep that way for a long time. Just slice off what you need and re-wrap and seal it. You can store them […]

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Blog Cookoff!! Classic Green Mint Chutney Rice Topped with Tomatoes and Nectarines

green mint chutney rice

If you follow this blog, you know I love condiments I can have on hand to make great meals in minutes. This powerful little condiment, Classic Mint Chutney from Spices and Seasons: Simple, Sustainable Indian Flavors was the perfect partner this week since we’re having […]

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Garlic Olive Oil

how make garlic oil for your pantry, The Wimpy Vegetarian

Flavored olive oils are fun and so easy to make. But there’s good reason to take precautions. There is risk of botulism in making some types, and this seems to be particularly true of garlic oil as it has a low pH and harbors moisture. […]

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Roasted Tomato Hummus : #SundaySupper Super Eats For Game Day

If you follow this blog, you know I’m a list person. Have you ever had something on your to-do list you keep postponing? Not something like ‘clean the bathroom grout’ – that’s in an entirely different category. I mean something you actually want to do. You’re […]

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