This is my version of this Cooking Light recipe. I’ve changed some techniques and ingredients a bit. It is also no longer light. I have to admit I find creamy soups kind of bland after a while. Tasty, but just not enough variation. Enter, bacon! 2.5 pounds sweet potatoes or winter squash, peeled and cubed … Continue reading
Yes, Tiffany did an awesome version of these. My version is based off of this one, which has a slightly different makeup. My mom is visiting, and she also has a CSA in California so she also has lots of “kitchen sink” recipes. We’ve been trying hers (to be blogged soon), but we are both … Continue reading
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Hi! Remember me? I used to blog here sometimes. And then I started my PhD and got hired back as a professor and my daughter turned 3 (hello!) and a bunch of other crazy stuff happened and I stopped writing about food. I still cook food, a lot. I still get my CSA and come … Continue reading
I’ve lost track of the days. Last weekend was my daughter’s 3rd birthday party and this week has just kind of disappeared. I keep taking pictures of stuff and then forgetting to write about it. So here’s a few that were worth noting. Above, my not as lovely version of Framed Cooks’ Fettuccine with Leeks … Continue reading
Dinner tonight was slightly experimental. The pasta is just capellini with olive oil, red pepper flakes, sliced garlic, Pecorino Romano, and chopped parsley. The parsley came from today’s CSA box, which is super green heavy. It’s called Pasta Mezzanotte and it takes about ten minutes to make. Super easy. It was fine, but not exciting. … Continue reading
Guess who is included in the new Austin Food Blogger Alliance cookbook? We are! Hooray! Our very own CSA Margherita Pizza is going to be included along side many other fantastic recipes, stories, and photographs from our fellow Austin Food Bloggers. Click this here link to buy it early and often!.