Archive | March, 2011

Allergies Have You in a Fog?

Photo from Allergy and Asthma Source blog. I was e-mailed a link to a blog post called Allergies Have You in a Fog? 25 Helpful Tips to Combat Allergy Season. There are tips for people with spring allergies, food allergies, asthma and more. There are links for what an allergy is, how to purify air, […]

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Drinks from Ireland

I work for the Oregon Daily Emerald, the University of Oregon’s campus newspaper, and in honor of Saint Patrick’s Day we ran a story in our arts and entertainment section about Irish-themed drinks. (If you want to know how to make these drinks, check out the story!) There’s the Guinness, for beer drinkers. Whiskey for the […]

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Corned Beef and Cabbage

My friends and I celebrated Saint Patrick’s Day with some traditional Irish food: Corned Beef and Cabbage. My friend Lucy made this last year for the holiday, and this year she decided to make it again (which was a wise decision, because it’s so delicious). Ingredients 1 package corned beef, with seasoning packet 1 cabbage […]

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Shrimp Jambalaya

Okay, I know that Mardi Gras was last week, but that was Dead Week here in college-land (the week before finals), so while I did make this delicious shrimp jambalaya in honor of Fat Tuesday, I didn’t have time to upload the recipe until now. I found this recipe on NYtimes.com/dining as a meal for […]

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Maya Kaimal Indian Simmer Sauces

So a few weeks ago I was shopping in Market of Choice (a Eugene, Oregon-based health-food grocery store, like Whole Foods), when I stumbled upon these ready-made, all natural Indian simmer sauces by Maya Kaimal. There are five flavors total: Tikka Masala, Coconut Curry, Tamarind Curry, Vindaloo, and Classic Korma. All five are gluten-free, and […]

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Rosemary Garlic Bean Soup

For Christmas, as part of a larger homemade food gift, my family got some dried beans with spice mixes. Over winter break my older sister and I made one–and it was delicious. I kidnapped the second one to make at school, and low and behold winter term is almost over, but at least I’ve finally made this […]

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