BACK TO SALAD

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Here’s that crunchy, dry, cold lettuce I’m talking about (see 9/24/09 post): at the ready in the fridge. Green Goddess Dressing from MH cookbook, served in spears for dipping. Just when I think the tomatoes are history, a few more ripen on the vine. Once again and this time with feeling, what else?, meat and… View Article
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SWISS CHARD STEMS A LA AL DI LA

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The indirect grill set-up for the ribs (I used 2 small Webers). Just stack as many racks as you need side by side like playing cards, cover and open vents. Cook about an hour plus, rotating periodically. But, enough about the ribs. On the side was sauteed swiss chard and red onions AND, grilled chard… View Article
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BREAKFAST CEREAL AND MUNCHIE FOOD

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For anyone who doesn’t know, breakfast must be eaten by emerging beings, especially the boy variety. If you make it they will come. When they eat it they will know: functionality improves. It took years of crappy cereal buying to realize the value of homemade granola. Ingredients can be controlled and slightly varied for weekly… View Article
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DINNER ORGANIZED

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If you have your food shopping act together life is so much easier meaning–if the fridge is full, get up in the morning, throw the meat in a marinade and forget about dinner until its time to cook. This am–put 2 3lb chix (backbones removed by cutting up both sides of it with kitchen shears)… View Article
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TAKE OUT

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Speed cooking before work, have 40 min-why? I relented and ordered in last night: yuk and expensive! So, coffee for me (duh) oatmeal for us and pork chops, collards and rice for them–a nice light summer meal, lol.
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