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SundaySupper: Moroccan Ragout with Poached Eggs

vegetarian main meal, moroccan ragout with poached eggs

There’s something about poached eggs on vegetables, grains, or beans that instantly gets us by a fireplace on a cold night. Even if it’s still in the (insanely warm) 80′s outside. This might be the warmest October so far in my memory in the Bay Area, […]

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Breakfast Pizza with Asparagus

I recently joined over 2000 people interested in tasting artisan cheeses at the Seventh Annual Artisan Cheese Festival in Petaluma. Armed with our passports to fun, a wine glass and an insulated bag with a cold pack, my husband and I were off to the tasting tables. […]

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#SundaySupper: Springtime Egg Bake with Asparagus and Artichokes

egg bake with asparagus, artichokes, spring brunch, Easter, recipe, The Wimpy Vegetarian

Spring has moved into the Bay Area and unpacked all her suitcases full of flowering trees, daffodils, crocuses, and leafing rose bushes. She’s planning to stay for awhile. We have a long tangle of wisteria that frames the front of the house, loaded with large […]

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Shirred Eggs Over Garlicky Swiss Chard

Even now when I’m *retired*, Sundays remain in my mind a day of complete relaxation. No commitments. Sleeping in and lazing in bed, followed by long cups of tea over the Sunday paper. A football game on in the background, snow falling gently outside. OK, […]

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Corn, Zucchini, and Roasted Tomato Frittata

corn zuke and tomato frittata : The Wimpy Vegetarian

    You may recall that I was all set to post this recipe about a week ago, and at the last minute couldn’t find where on earth I had put my recipe development notes and final recipe. Crucial details for a food blog, I […]

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Herbed Goat Cheese Souffles and a Visit to Surfing Goat Dairy on Maui

Herbed Goat Cheese Souffles and a Visit to Surfing Goat Dairy on Maui-The Wimpy Vegetarian

  Aloha! We’re back from a week on Maui, and I swear I’m still on Maui time. We had a wonderful week of pure relaxation, going to the beach, hanging out at the pool, and very casual dining with the exception of the evening we […]

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Spring Asparagus Quiche

Lightened quiche with ricotta cheese, spring asparagus quiche

  As each season rolls around, I wrap it around me like a blanket, thinking: ‘this is my favorite season’. Summer with overflowing abundance and sunshine. Fall with the smell of harvest in the air, a promise fulfilled. Winter, a time to pull back and […]

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Chiles Rellenos – Frittata Style

egg bake chili rellenos serving

  Looking for a holiday breakfast? Here’s a great one I’m planning on. It’s inspired by a recipe I saw in Sunset Magazine years ago for Baked Chiles Rellenos. The recipe is long-lost, but I’ll always remember the photo: whole poblano chiles lazily reclining in […]

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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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Stevia Extract

how to make stevia extract

About a month ago I posted about making stevia powder from a couple of stevia plants I nurtured all summer. Some folks commented that the powder can have an aftertaste, and encouraged me to make extract. It took me a little while, but I finally […]

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Homemade Roasted Tomato Sauce

how to make homemade roasted tomato sauce

One of things I think about when all the heirlooms show up at the market is making homemade tomato sauce. I don’t eat beef much more than once or twice a year, but I grew up loving a tomato chunky, meaty sauce for pasta. I’ve […]

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