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Roasted Root Vegetables

There is nothing quite so tasty as fresh produce. Especially when it comes straight from your own garden. My sister and I had a feast the other day. We spent the morning in the garden, weeding out of control grass, pruning tomato plants, and harvesting lots of fresh stuff. We spent most of the afternoon […]

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Sautéed Kohlrabi

Kohlrabi. I can’t say it’s a vegetable I’ve ever eaten before. But I did last night. About a month ago I went camping with some friends and needed some reading material for the car ride. At a pit stop at a grocery for supplies, I grabbed a magazine from the stand featuring summer recipes–which turned […]

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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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Kale and Artichoke Soup

This recipe is one of my sisters, and it’s a real healthy comfort food type of thing. Kale, artichokes, beans–what more could you ask for? She used to make this for me when we both went to the University of Oregon and I’d stop by for dinner once a week. It’s simple and delicious. And, […]

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Sweet Potato Shepherd’s Pie

This recipe is from Gluten-Free Goddess She calls this a shepherd’s pie, then laughs at how it has beef instead of lamb; how it should be a cottage pie, but it has a Mediterranean flavor instead of peas and carrots; how it should be a rancher’s pie, but rancher’s don’t typically grow zucchini and artichokes. […]

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Aloo Phujia

Aloo Phujia is a traditional potato, tomato and onion recipe with an Indian kick. Its spiciness can vary, but it’s always delicious. If you need a way to dress up some potatoes and tomatoes for a quick side dish–try this recipe out. This dish is also a great source of turmeric. Turmeric is a spice […]

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Mom’s Thanksgiving Stuffing

I have always loved my mom’s holiday stuffing. And since I discovered my food allergies, this recipe has gone through a lot of changes. Luckily, my family has made it work, and it still tastes as good as ever. This is a bread-based stuffing recipe, baked by itself in the oven, sans turkey. We always […]

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Tomato and Vegetable Soup

So, when I made this soup a few days ago two things went wrong. First, I didn’t use enough tomatoes. Second, I added a little Tabasco sauce to spice it up, only to come down with a terrible sore throat that night (not from the soup, basically everyone I know is ill right now — […]

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Kelp Noodle and Vegetable Stir Fry

A few months ago my mom and I ran across kelp noodles in Whole Foods and decided to buy them. The package had been sitting in my fridge or a few weeks, until the other day when I decided to try it out. These kelp noodles are by Sea Tangle, a company that has been […]

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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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