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    Made this last night and it was AMAZING.

    Peanut-Sesame Slaw with Soba Noodles - Cookie and Kate

    Left out the brussel sprouts because I was lazy, and added more cabbage to compensate. Used green cabbage because that's all they had -- and the only cabbage they had was HUGE, so now I have like 3/4 of a cabbage the size of my head that I don't know what to do with.
    and it's nice enough to
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    weep, do
    you?

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    Quote Originally Posted by EJCC View Post
    Made this last night and it was AMAZING.

    Peanut-Sesame Slaw with Soba Noodles - Cookie and Kate
    YUM! I adore peanut sauce. Are you a vegetarian?
    Dinner:
    - Quinoa with garlic, olive oil, onion, and cumin.
    - Chicken with Cajun seasoning
    - Sauteed zucchini

    Dessert:
    - http://www.yourcupofcake.com/2014/09/pumpkin-cream-cheese-dump-cake-got-dumped.html
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    I just drowned a punnet of strawberries in Paraiso and Cointreau then added whipped cream. I wasn't up to cooking. Or being sober apparently.
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    Did so much cooking and baking yesterday. Was harder to use up my can of pumpkin puree than I expected. You ever have one of those days when cooking and baking takes over your life when you don't want it to?

    - Ratatouille with herb goat cheese polenta (both from the Moosewood Cookbook) (that was my lunch, plus many dinners to come, before I did all the baking)

    - Oatmeal banana chocolate peanut butter smoothies for the next few mornings

    - Pumpkin snickerdoodles (without the suggested white chocolate chips -- seemed like overkill)

    - The ice cubes necessary for future pumpkin spice frappuccinos

    - Oatmeal pumpkin muffins (not linking the recipe because they weren't fantastic -- too healthy-tasting)
    and it's nice enough to
    make a man
    weep, but I don't
    weep, do
    you?

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    I am sprouting lentils bahaha how hippie can you get? A recipe I'm doing for a potluck requires sprouts, and it is kinda expensive to buy fresh sprouts, and lentils are so cheap, so I am trying it out.

    They've been going for ~24hr now.

    I just changed the water and tasted them. They still look like lentils but taste like sprouts now, not like a dried up old legume. AMAZING.

    I'm going to let them grow a bit longer and maybe let them get some sun so they aren't so pale and creepy. Apparently you can sprout tons of different things but smaller seeds and beans and stuff work better. I'll probably try peas next and maybe get some mung beans next time I'm down to the Asian grocery store.

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    Chicken cacciatore with pasta.
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    quiche.jpg

    I don't like to cook for too long a time, so I made something quick and tasty for my friends :


    200 gr of ham

    crème fraîche

    4 eggs

    1 tomato (as I love sauce I add tomato coulis)

    50 gr of goat cheese

    salt/ pepper/ nutmeg

    + more Basil than parsley

    Pie crust pastry


    Et voilà bon appétit !
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    Quote Originally Posted by gromit View Post
    I am sprouting lentils bahaha how hippie can you get? A recipe I'm doing for a potluck requires sprouts, and it is kinda expensive to buy fresh sprouts, and lentils are so cheap, so I am trying it out.
    Update, they have white sprouts and tiny green leaves now. Pretty tasty. If I make a habit of doing this I need to come up with a better system, maybe a jar and some cheesecloth or something.

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    Oh my. I just made the most delicious thing just sorta off the cuff but I loooove it. The person who subletted my room while I was gone left a bag of produce from her friend's garden, including a small pumpkin/squash (unknown type).


    I was roasting up spag squash anyway so I cut that little pumpkin baby in half and roasted it too, seeds and all.

    Cooked up some chopped garlic in a couple spoonfuls of coconut oil. Scooped out soft flesh and seeds and some of the skin that was tender too. Kind of chopped/mashed it with a spoon. Mixed it into the garlic and oil with a little added curry, thyme, sage, S&P. Added a bit of chopped green onions at the very end.

    Your kisses, sweeter than honey. But guess what, so is my money.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gromit View Post
    Update, they have white sprouts and tiny green leaves now. Pretty tasty. If I make a habit of doing this I need to come up with a better system, maybe a jar and some cheesecloth or something.

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    Hey that is cool and not hippie at all.

    I grow mint, basil and chives. Eventually plan to add more things to my collection. I propagated a new mint plant earlier this year (because I accidentally pruned off a branch I didn't mean to) and now it is growing like crazy.

    Eventually I will collect enough mint to make tea.
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