Monthly Archives: September 2012

Vegetarian Pad Thai

My recipe is based off this recipe. The ingredients are pretty much the same, but I found her process needlessly complicated. This is a simpler, easier version. Serves: 6 Cook time: Roughly 1 hour Ingredients:  1 bundle cellophane noodles or your favorite asian … Continue reading

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Easy weeknight dinner, a.k.a. why I own a casserole dish

I really like this dish, which is weird because I don’t like the main ingredients: frozen spinach and cottage cheese. I enjoy fresh spinach, and I love other types of cheese…but something about these particular foods just ekes me out. Despite … Continue reading

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more bread! and I still have a kitchen aid

I made challah today. It’s basically an egg bread that you’re supposed to eat on jewish holidays. Pretty delicious. My aunt gave me this cook book like 5 years ago and I never used it, until today. I wasn’t that … Continue reading

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Kale and sweet potato (yam) salad

Sometime in August, a good friend of mine and I were talking about food (as usual), when she mentioned that on a recent vacation she’d ordered an amazing kale and sweet potato salad. Unfortunately she didn’t know how to make … Continue reading

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Bread and a kitchen aid yayyyyy

I’ve been begging my parents for a kitchen aid for about a year now. Baking without a mixer is definitely a challenge, but you do get an awesome arm workout. I managed to find one on craigslist for a reasonable … Continue reading

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(Mis)adventures with quinoa burgers

I was browsing foodgawker for quinoa recipes today and I found this recipe. It looked so yummy that I had to try it! In my typical style, I modified the recipe a little. Here is my recipe: Ingredients: 1 cup dry … Continue reading

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French Onion Soup

This recipe is modified from Wilderness Cuisine by Carole Latimer. The original recipe is for backpackers and therefore called for solely dehydrated vegetables and not very many spices or additions. This new version can be made at home with fresh ingredients!  … Continue reading

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