Scotia on October 31st, 2011

Here is a recipe I found at Vegetarian Times that I have changed quite a bit. It takes a little over 1 hour from start chopping to finish cooking, so, it is fairly fast to make. I really like the additional seeds and the fig balsamic vinegar in the dish. If you don’t have that, […]

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Scotia on August 29th, 2011

I found this recipe on the Apartment Therapy Kitchen site with a number of other recipes for school lunches. I’ve been thinking of not using tuna much anymore because tuna is overfished and now full of mercury. So this recipe fit the bill for what I had been thinking about for awhile. Cooking chickpeas is […]

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Scotia on August 22nd, 2011

It is really amazing what a 32 square foot garden can produce. This year our garden went wild in greens. We planted several leafy lettuces, chard, collards, kale, two kinds of spinach, arugula, bib lettuce, romaine lettuce and radishes. The more traditional stuff is 3 kinds of yellow squash, zucchini, golden beets, carrots, lemon and […]

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Scotia on August 8th, 2011

A good green bean salad can be taken to any summer event and enjoyed without a problem of spoiling if you don’t use mayo or eggs or other protien. The beans are harcort verts or skinny French green beans. This salad is good warm or room temp, cold, not so much. So, the perfect salad […]

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Scotia on July 25th, 2011

We planted some collards, kale, radish and salad spinach this year for the first time and, even though we planted each in a 1 foot square plot, we got a really good crop. We harvested the salad spinach last week, the radishes two weeks ago and since and the collards for the first time this […]

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