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Eggs Good Enough to Not Eat

Eggs Good Enough to Not Eat

Several of us were at a friend’s house today indulging in a traditional Easter craft: the Eastern European art of egg decorating, or pysanky. You begin with a raw egg, preferably white. Using a pen-like tool called a kistka, (not to be confused with the name of the female group that sings heavenly Eastern...

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Greek-Inspired Potato Salad

Greek-Inspired Potato Salad

All the cool weather and rain we’ve had lately means the herbs are thriving. I try to take advantage of dill at its peak, since it is one of the crops that can go from alive to brown and dead within two or three days’ time, thanks to a fungal disease. This potato salad...

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Chocolate-Miso Dressing

Chocolate-Miso Dressing

The set-up I am busy developing recipes for an upcoming dinner party. (I hope the birthday girl isn’t reading this!) Because the theme ingredient is chocolate, I need to incorporate it in some form in every course. The obvious cold appetizer is salad, featuring my garden produce. This salad dressing is based on a...

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North African Split Pea Stew (Bissara)

North African Split Pea Stew (Bissara)

I found a recipe online for bissara, a thick stew made with split peas, chile pepper, cumin and paprika. With all the chilly weather lately, I have been craving something comforting and hearty. This fit the bill perfectly. Split peas provide stick-to-your-rib goodness, and the spices and chile were a nice alternative to the...

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Faux Injera

Faux Injera

What is injera? Injera is a plate-sized, pancake-like flatbread eaten in parts of eastern Africa (Ethiopia, Sudan, Eritrea, Somalia,) Yemen, and Israel, near the Red Sea. Traditionally it is made from teff, a grass-like grain, which is ground into flour and fermented, resulting in a slightly sour flavor. Teff prices are high, and availability...

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Easy Kale Recipe: Sauteed Kale with Garlic

Easy Kale Recipe:  Sauteed Kale with Garlic

Kale, a Nutritional Powerhouse I still remember the first time I tasted kale. I was eating food at a camp in Michigan, and it was the green of choice for the day, forgettably cooked, probably boiled and salted. I took one bite and said, “Wow, what is this stuff?” My fellow campers, who were...

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Vegan Ice Cream Cookbook

Greens Reusable Fabric Tote

Fun Animal Poems, Facts, and Activities for Kids

Learn about Hawaii while you draw

A Gratefulness Journal with Prompts

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