Monthly Archives: July 2013

Vegetable Vinaigrette

Cooking’s often like life.  The highs are high and moments of regret can have a sour taste.  But sometimes these can be turned around.  Take, for instance, the regret of getting a dozen ears of corn because they were on sale.  So what if I spent less than if I’d bought six?  There’s still a boat load of starchy kernels slowly decaying on the counter.

Worth Repeating

Worth Repeating

This means it’s time for a repeat post on vegetables and salad dressing.  Billed as a fancy salad or condiment, veggie vinaigrette’s nothing more than a way to resurrect expiring produce (look in the bottom of your crisper lately?).

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Potato and Leek Soup

Comfort that can be Chilled in Summer or Warm in Winter

Comfort that can be Chilled in Summer or Warm in Winter

Every time I go to the farmers market I return home to find a little buyers’ remorse tucked in amongst those lovely special treats.  This time it’s a leek.  Smells great, looks impressive, and cooks up like a twine sock.  It’s also mid-summer and I’m too lazy to do anything time consuming with the Hell Veggie.

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