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Week Three with My CSA Veggies

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This week’s CSA vegetables brought me a few surprises.  I picked up my vegetables, as I do weekly from a local farm, and  found lots of salad greens, [&hellip…

Sandy's Sandwich: Vegetarian Banh Mi

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What is it anyway? It’s a sandwich. It is sandwich day after all! And today’s is a vegetarian version of the Vietnamese sandwich, often made with a couple [&hellip…

Meatless Monday: Coconut Tofu Curry

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Creamy curry — awash in coconut milk, herbs, and spices – is soothing and invigorating at the same time. Add some silky tofu and a host of vegetables, have [&hellip…

Sandy's Sandwich: Vegetarian Peking Duck

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Seitan is a vegetarian alternative to meat. Made from wheat gluten, its texture can be spongy or chewy. Used here, it’s meant to mimic the consistency of duck [&hellip…

Sandy's Sandwich: Focaccia with Provolone, Chimichurri, and Roasted Peppers

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Aged provolone is slightly sharper and a little saltier than a young provolone. In this recipe, it’s combined with a little Cheddar cheese to soften the sharpness without [&hellip…

Meatless Monday: Baked Eggplant Parm and Provolone

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Crisp and golden brown on the outside and creamy within, that’s what you want from baked eggplant. This dish fits the bill. Choose eggplants that are firm without [&hellip…

Meatless Monday: Pizza with Caramelized Onions, Apple, and Gruyere Cheese

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Apple, sweet caramelized onion, and nutty Gruyere cheese make a great topping for your favorite pizza crust. This is your pizza, so if you’d rather top it with [&hellip…

Meatless Monday: Risotto with Shiitake Mushrooms and Peas

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Shiitake mushrooms have so much flavor you won’t miss having any meat. The stems, which are too tough to eat, make a nice broth. Just trim off the [&hellip…