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London Eats 5 years ago
valerie 5 years ago
madonnadelpiatto

Baked Cardoons

This is a recipe which smells intensely of Christmas to me. It reminds me of my mum, perennially standing in her tiny kitchen, creating complicated wonders. Oddly, she hardly made a sound while cooking for a large party, I could hear her breathing. It reminds me of how my father and I would sneak into the kitchen to steal the fried stems, subtly aromatic, tender as butter. Those and the mellow leftovers we enjoyed the most, as…

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5 years ago
Mission Delectable 6 years ago
nombudsman

Avocado Gazpacho

So, I don’t remember if I have expressed my feelings on avocados on this blog yet. Here they are: I LOVE AVOCADOS. They are one of my favorite foods. I regularly used to have just an avocado, maybe with some cottage cheese or something, for a light lunch or dinner. I would eat them every day if I could. And so, a few weeks ago, while it was still in the 70s (ridiculous!), when Erik and I were trying to come up with an interesting soup to make, I thought of this: avocado gazpacho.

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5 years ago
lukasv

Grilled Cheese with Fried Apples and Sage

Last week David Tanis’s column focused on the type of dinner when you arrive home late on a weeknight, a little tipsy and not properly fed due to having been at some kind of holiday party. This is a type of dinner I love – €”quick, aimed at instant gratification. It’s not always healthy, but it’s infinitely more satisfying than grabbing a slice of pizza on the way home or ordering in (to me, at least).

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5 years ago
katieatthekitchendoor 5 years ago
freshandfoodie

Roasted Heirloom Tomato Soup

This post is dedicated to my friend Annette. I know she reads my blog and she’s probably noticed that this is my second soup post in just a few short weeks. Why would she notice, you ask? Because I’ve always told her that I didn’t like soup. (Get your gasps of disbelief out of the way now.) It’s true. For a long time I really didn’t like it. Well, let me rephrase that — I didn’t prefer it. I’d eat soup if it was served to me, but it wasn’t anything I’d go out of my way to order at a restaurant or make at…

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5 years ago
TheGlutton 6 years ago
eatlovedrink

Zucchini Pie with Yeasted Olive Oil Crust

I am so happy with this savory pie. Here’s the deal: the filling takes about four minutes to pull together and you can use any pie shell you want. You can make this recipe in a snap with a pre-made crust, or you can give it a little more love and make the crust yourself. I went with a yeasted olive oil crust from one of my most favorite cookbooks, Vegetarian Cooking for Everyone. I usually shy away from tart and quiche type things for dinner because, with a buttery crust, they can be pretty high in…

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6 years ago