Monthly Archives: November 2009
Yet another soup recipe from the Moosewood New Classics cookbook. I modified this one a fair amount, since it wanted me to use 2 pots, which is against my theory of soup. So I did everything in one pot. I also used frozen spinach instead of fresh, which was fine. Finally, I didn’t purée all […]
This is yet another soup recipe from the Moosewood New Classics cookbook. I thought Clare would really like it because it called for soy sausage. I used our favorite – Morningstar sausage crumbles. It also called for greens, like swiss chard, kale, or collard greens. I chose kale. We don’t eat kale very often, so […]
This is another recipe I tried from The Moosewood New Classics. The combination of artichokes, dry sherry, and orange and lime lime juice sounded appealing. Unfortunately, it wasn’t that great. I found it was lacking flavor, but I can’t really figure out what I would add to it to make it better.
This week has been a bit chilly, and I had a little cold, so it was perfect time for soup. I found a couple nice-sounding recipes in the Moosewood New Classics cookbook, and decided to try this one, mostly because I had everything on hand. It called for some white rice and potatoes, which thickened […]
One day recently I was trying to decide what to make for dinner. I was feeling a little sick, and was looking for comfort food. I thought I would make my Macaroni and cheese with spinach recipe, but we were out of flour. So instead I whipped up something new. I already had the frozen […]