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You might be wondering why I bothered to write “gluten free” in the title of this recipe. You’d just assume that potato latkes don’t have gluten in them, right? After all, potatoes don’t have gluten. But this brings us to an insidious part of food production: wheat flour is in things you would never expect […]

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If you have been reading my blog a while you know that I love soup. I really just adore it and I don’t know why. It’s a vague term and can encompass anything from New England Clam Chowder to Consume, but there’s rarely been a soup I haven’t loved. This one is a nice addition […]

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Shrimp with Black-Eyed Peas

This is actually the first recipe that I made from The alli Diet Plan and it made me pretty darn pleased. I’m not interested in any diet that makes me eat things that don’t taste good. So I was relieved when I sat down to eat and I could honestly say that I really enjoyed […]

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Marinated Swordfish

This is another swordfish marinade recipe. I’m not sure what exactly to say about it because I’ve already waxed on about the deliciousness of swordfish very recently and I don’t want to bore anyone. But, I will say that if you haven’t had swordfish in a while, as I hadn’t, each new encounter is something […]

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So… there was a hurricane last weekend and I was pretty well convinced that we were going to be holed up on the first floor of our house for a week without power. I had candles, flashlights, batteries, stock piles of drinking water and water for cooking. Luckily I have a gas range on my […]

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Have I mentioned that I’ve developed a deathly fear of letting things go to waste? Well, recently my parents, before going out of town for a bit, gave me a bunch of random things from their fridge so that they wouldn’t (say it with me) go to waste. I felt compelled to do something with […]

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There are a million and one different ways of making this style dish. I’m sure that there is some “one authentic way” but, in my usual cavalier style I have pretty much ignored that idea in favor of simply combining flavors that go well together in a familiar way. I’m not a fan of raw […]

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This was a recipe that I stole from Mark Bittman. His dishes are always so easy to prepare and take no time at all to make. That is, after all, part of why his column in the New York Times was called The Minimalist. His recipes aren’t fancy, just good to eat.

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This morning Evelyn had pancakes for breakfast… and lunch was going to be macaroni and cheese. While eating breakfast she asked what she was going to have for dinner and I told her that it had to be vegetables and protein since she was eating starch for the two other meals. After thinking for a […]

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This soup should be dubbed “The One” Black Bean Soup, because not only does it serve one person, but practically everything in it is in the quantity of one so it’s incredibly easy to remember. It also makes it easy to scale the recipe up to serve how ever many people you need to since […]

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