Monthly Archives: July 2012

Hot pink pasta

My family grows a lot of beets, and I was pondering what to do with them because I don’t like roasted beets. I found a recipe for sweet beet pasta sauce, and I modified it to make it savory. It … Continue reading

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Salad

Salad

The cool thing about this salad is that everything is from our garden besides the dressing:)

Broccoli, swiss chard, lettuce, carrots and ginger dressing.

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Homemade hummus

Storebought hummus is pretty expensive. This recipe makes just under two pounds of hummus for way cheaper. It also tastes delicious and you can add your favorite spices. I am currently working on a hummus recipe that incorporates more flavors, … Continue reading

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Sandwich!

Sandwich!

Whole wheat bread, freshly picked Swiss Chard, chicken sausage with melted Monterey Jack.

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Fresh asparagus. Rice noodles with peanut sauce.

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Caffeine, glorious caffeine!

A lot of people think that coffee is bad for you. Hooray for the caffeine junkies of the world — that’s a myth! Here is (I believe) where the myth spawned from: A lot of coffee drinkers are also cigarette … Continue reading

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Blueberry Tart

http://www.marthastewart.com/341017/blueberry-tart My grandma made this for a recent family gathering. It was so incredible that I had to ask her for the recipe.

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