Creamy, Cheesy, Zucchini Noodles

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Creamy, Cheesy, Zucchini Noodles

Somewhere between Alfredo and mac/cheese, you won’t miss the pasta with this creamy zoodle concoction. Well, 2018 has been another year of zucchini overload (aren’t they all!). We are now embarking on week 6 of zucchini almost every night, and the garden still has a couple of behemoths waiting to be picked. Luckily, zucchini has […]

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Vegetarian Stovetop Cabbage Rolls

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Vegetarian Stovetop Cabbage Rolls

Make cabbage rolls without heating the oven this summer. This vegetarian version is made on the stovetop using a Dutch oven. In some regions cabbage is a fall crop. But here in the Mid-Columbia, cabbage and other cruciferous vegetables are ready to harvest in early summer. I don’t grow them myself – but found this […]

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Acorn Squash with Quinoa Cranberry Stuffing

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Acorn Squash with Quinoa Cranberry Stuffing

Celebrate the harvest with this easy, but filling, entrée. If you are looking for an easy weeknight dinner, you can’t go wrong with stuffed vegetables. In the summer we often eat stuffed zucchini. In the winter I find stuffing eggplant o be a cozy but satisfying meal. And autumn brings stuffed winter squash. Acorn squash […]

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Healthy Alfredo on National Fettuccine Day

Filed in Real Food by on February 7, 2017 0 Comments
Healthy Alfredo on National Fettuccine Day

It’s National Fettuccine Day! This calls for a quick, easy, and healthy Alfredo sauce. Healthy isn’t a word that is usually associated with Fettuccine Alfredo. But we can eat healthy without giving up creamy pasta. It just takes some creative sleight-of-hand cooking, and is easy enough for both novices and experts to pull together. Unlike […]

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Quick Chicken and Noodles Recipe

Filed in Real Food by on October 26, 2015 0 Comments
Quick Chicken and Noodles Recipe

Easily adapt this recipe to make enough for one or two, or enough for a crowd. Or make some servings vegetarian and some servings for meat lovers. Cool, damp autumn weather makes us yearn for comfort food. This particular recipe must be one of the quickest, easiest, most adaptable recipes out there. Plus, you can […]

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Eggplant with Capers and Olives Recipe

Filed in Recipes From the Garden by on September 22, 2015 0 Comments
Eggplant with Capers and Olives Recipe

Enjoy the harvest with this easy, Mediterranean inspired, eggplant and pasta recipe. Long time readers know that I am a big advocate of the Mediterranean Diet and that I credit it with helping me to keep my genetically high cholesterol somewhat under control. Of course it helps that traditional Mediterranean fare is abundant with the […]

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National Welsh Rarebit Day

Filed in Real Food by on September 3, 2015 0 Comments
National Welsh Rarebit Day

Celebrate melted cheese on toast with National Welsh Rarebit Day! Want an easy supper idea? Try Welsh Rarebit. Welsh Rarebit, also known as Welsh Rabbit, is a fancy kind of cheese sauce melted over toast. Like any other cultural favorite, there are many recipe variations. You’ll find recipes that call for milk, or beer, or […]

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Lazy Night Vegetarian Pasta

Filed in Recipes From the Garden by on July 24, 2015 0 Comments
Lazy Night Vegetarian Pasta

Feeling lazy? Vegetarian pasta is the answer when you are just too tired to spend hours cooking. I have always found Thursday to be the toughest night of the week. We are all tired, but still have another full day to go before we can rest. When the kids were little, Thursday night was pizza […]

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