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quince + almond cake

  quince + almond cake      serves 8-10   1 pound poached quince (recipe follows; the quinces can be poached up to 2 weeks ahead and refrigerated in their poaching liquid); reduce for glaze 1/4 cup quince poaching liquid 3.5 ounces granulated sugar 2.5 ounces light brown sugar 4.5 ounces unsalted butter, at room […]

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gluttonforlife - I’ve got a craving for a some flavor in spades…where did you get to?

shaved kohlrabi + winter green salad, lebne, green olive, preserved lemon

    shaved kohlrabi + winter green salad, lebne, green olive, preserved lemon     Kohlrabi’s flavor is relatively mild, though it hints at sweet earth, mustard and cabbage (its relative); it is absolutely delicious.  Its texture is the perfect combination of starchy potato and water chestnut and is therefore suitable for a wide range of cooking […]

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gluttonforlife - Lovely. Do you do anything with that whey?

This American Bite - Kohlrabi is an awesome veggie. I like to eat them raw with a little olive oil and balsamic vinegar, and I almost always put them in my chicken soup.

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toasted caraway scones

    toasted caraway scones     Caraway is underestimated and drastically underused. This sweet, pungent seed deserves more than a relegation to rye bread. Try adding caraway to grain salads (see rye berries and cabbage), stews, roasted vegetables, and even cookies. But first, start here.   1 teaspoon caraway seeds 1 cup whole wheat […]

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Roisin - Big caraway fan so dying to try these ! How long do they need to cook for ?
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gluttonforlife - I thought you had forsaken us! Welcome back. I also adore caraway. Love to toast and grind the seeds. Will give these a try with some gluten-free flours.

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julie@thesimpleveganista - I love caraway and couldn’t agree more that it deserves to be used in so many more ways! I would not have thought to use it in a scone. Thank you for the great inspiration. :)

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tomatoes with burrata + bagna cauda

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gluttonforlife - Happy to have this inspiration as the garden is now giving up ripe red tomatoes at an alarming rate!

Mike - Bagna cauda = God sauce. I like the angle on the picture – what a beautiful shot.

seeded rye, swiss, shredded lettuce + pickled jalapeños

  At its best, a good sandwich is a simple and hearty thing; its consumption can serve as a momentary reminder that the most humble, unexpected host of ingredients can join and create something revelatory and deeply satisfying.   I just returned from a lovely week with family in Nashville.  It has been a while […]

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Mike - Why the hell don’t we have pickled jalapenos in our fridge

Suzanna - Yum. Can I come live with you?

Michelle - Z :: Truly – yes! I’d feed you good girl.

baked fish, saffron rice, purslane + herb salad

  A recent dinner, simple in both character and presentation, that I can’t stop thinking about: fish (in this case, California black cod) baked in olive oil and lemon; a platter of fluffy, fragrant Basmati rice infused with cultured butter and saffron; a purslane salad accentuated with chopped dill, snipped chives and parsley leaves; soft, […]

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This American Bite - This is my kinda meal! I love working with cod and tilapia.