Monthly Archives: March 2011

Mesopotamian Barley, Chickpea, Lentil, Tahini Soup

Here is yet another recipe from Silk Road Cooking. I simply cannot resist the array of offerings contained in this book. A perfectly balanced meal in a bowl, as we have legumes and also a grain; in this case, pearl … Continue reading

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Because there was a bag of plums

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No Croutons Required – Aduki Beans and Mung Beans

The challenge for March was to come up with a recipe featuring either mung beans or aduki beans. As usual, we have received some lovely and healthy entries. Please do cast your vote in the comment section or via email. … Continue reading

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butterscotch cashew bars

I like to think that I’m relatively level-headed when it comes to sweets. Sure, I love baking but I don’t really go overboard with recipes that use a ton of butter or cream. Or butterscotch chips. But I happened to… … Continue reading

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easier than you think: lemon roasted chicken & vegetables

One of my favorite meals is a roasted chicken. I’m always shocked when I hear that people just don’t make it from scratch. Sure it’s easy to pick up a roasted bird from Whole Foods, but c’mon, this doesn’t take… … Continue reading

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Pitettes ? Lil? Pitas with ZERO Sodium [inside the Label]

Fooducate community member Amorette sent us this glowing review of a pita bread she recently discovered. I?m an avid reader of your blog and greatly enjoy the product reviews of new items. I came across this item that I greatly … Continue reading

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Recipe: Beet Salad with Romesco Sauce and Spring Greens

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