Month: January 2012
Kissin’ Wears Out, Cookin’ Don’t!
I heard this one for the first time yesterday at a talk I gave at the Alameda Tuesday Club, a local Portland philanthropic and social group with a fascinating 100-year history. Judy, the woman who shared this said that it … Continue reading → ... Read more »
Winter Recipe Challenge
Garlic, yellow onions, russet or purple potatoes, Napa cabbage, collards, carrots, parsnips, beets, and rutabagas. . . that is the text I received last week from one of the farmer’s I work with. This is the list of produce members … Continue reading → ... Read more »
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Ode to the Box Grater and Unconventional Latkes
I use my box grater most days. I’ve been grating carrots and rutabagas and making “latkes” with them. I’ve been grating beets and turnips and carrots and making a salad with toasted sesame seeds and a lemony dressing. I’ve been … Continue reading → ... Read more »