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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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Rustic Home Spaghetti

This is one of my basic go-to pasta dishes. The cabbage and canned diced tomatoes are a great, tasty alternative to regular pasta sauce–and cheaper too. In the summer I sometimes use fresh tomatoes instead of canned. Ingredients (serves 2 to 4) 1 clove garlic, pressed 1 large shallot, chopped 1/4 to 1/2 medium to […]

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Salad Rolls

If you like Asian food (Thai, Chinese, whatever) you must have tried salad roles before. They can be expensive when you eat out–but these appetizers are super easy to make. Here’s how: Ingredients Rice spring roll wraps (in the store they are called Spring Roll Skins and look like this:) 1 package tofu, if desired […]

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Curried Apple Chicken Stir Fry

This is a variation of Gluten-Free Goddess’ Chicken Curry Apple Stir-Fry recipe. This is easy to make and tastes pretty close to restaurant Thai food. I used elbow rice noodle pasta instead of rice, but I’m sure any kind of rice noodle will work for this dish. Ingredients 2 tablespoons olive oil 1 tablespoon red […]

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Potato and Cabbage Soup

Autumn is the time for soups (there’s no denying a warm bowl on a chilly night). It’s also a season super packed with schoolwork. Since I usually cook for one (unless my roommates walk in the kitchen), I made this pot of soup in mind to last me through most of the week. Making one […]

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Fish “Tacos”

  Credit for this recipe goes to my older sister, who’s been vegan since her high school days and only recently started eating fish again. She told me fish tacos are amazing, and tilapia is the best fish for the job. I’d never had tilapia before, but it tasted like other white fishes do (um, […]

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