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Category Archives: Beans
It has been excruciatingly hot here in NYC, pushing 90 degrees with extreme humidity. This heat wave has made the idea of cooking nearly nauseating… but for the sake of the blog, I turned on the ol’ oven this weekend … Continue reading
Hillary said it – double peeling these favas is an act of true love and dedication. These bright green beans are truly bright and refreshing though – so I think they’re worth a little extra attention – and really, it’s … Continue reading
A fresh fava bean salad is such a delight on a hot day with a cool glass of wine… and yesterday was certainly a hot day here in NYC, up in the mid 80s with extreme humidity. Shelling and cooking … Continue reading
A true sign that spring is upon us – fava beans are starting to make an appearance in grocery stores and greenmarkets. So check back later this week for some fresh, fava-full recipes!
The work week is finally halfway over, hooray! And what better way to start off a new month than with a little health kick! I made a tasty quinoa salad for lunch today and enjoyed it along with a maple … Continue reading
It seems we’re in that weird span of time just before Spring when we get a beautifully balmy day on Saturday and by Wednesday they’re calling for snow. The perfect weather for getting sick, really. So why not load up … Continue reading
I love when this happens…you start out making lunch from whatever needs to be used up in the fridge (and cupboard)…and then you suddenly find yourself getting inspired, adding a little more of this & a little of that until … Continue reading
Sometimes there is nothing better than a big bowl of really simple beef chili. I developed a taste for it after eating way too many orders of late-nite nachos with chili after heated games of trivia… Definitely haven’t done that … Continue reading
Chili is one of those dishes that is incredibly easy to throw together. Put a pot on and let the flavors meld and in an hour or so when you come back to it you’ll have a deliciously filling meal. … Continue reading