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Pumpkin & Vegan Protein Shakes

As I’ve been moving to a more plant based and low fat diet I’ve been sampling various vegan protein powers to help both with the transition and workout recovery. So far I’ve tried two by Vega and one called “Phood”

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2015 Cookbook Reading List

Since April I’ve been re-calibrating nearly every aspect of my life. A big part of this has been centered in the kitchen. This post documents my recent stack of increasingly annotated, and stained, books. All five are in frequent rotation

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Carrot ginger soup

It’ll be time for Jack-O-Lanterns soon. While Fall eventually gives way to the long quiet spaces of Winter, our spider colony is still thriving outside our 3rd avenue window… and we have carrot ginger soup with warm crusty bread to

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Eggplant Involtini

Eddie made Eggplant Involtini from “The Complete Vegetarian Cookbook” tonight.  I threw in a rainbow chard, arugula, currant and French radish salad with red wine vinaigrette. I think we both discovered a whole new reason to love eggplant. The recipe

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Pumpkin & Mushroom Lasagna

With Fall settling down around us like so many orange leaves on the ground I’ve been in the mood to cook with pumpkin. The Moosewood cookbooks bring back memories of some of my first dates with Eddie in the early

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Italian Vegetable Stew (Ciambotta)

My trip to the Clintonville Farmer’s Market last weekend included a 20 mile round trip bike ride. Lunch with an old colleague and her daughter. A stop at the Public Library and a great haul of veggies for the week.

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Black Bean Burgers with Chipotle Ketchup

I’m on a mission to align more closely with a meatless diet these days. Of course it’s Summer and there are moments when you just have to have a home made burger. Using a recipe from The Kitchn I made

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Fireflies and 5ks

It was while driving in the dark pierced by the two beams of light from the front of my car I realized there were 100‘s of floating yellow beacons all around me. Forest,Ohio is primarily a rural farm land with

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Green Soup with a Southern Flair

I’ve been going to the Clintonville Farmers Market for about a month now. Every week seeing something new as Spring eases into the beginnings of Summer in Ohio. Starting of course with a bumper crop of asparagus now giving way

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Radicchio, beet and onion with whole grain mustard

My adventure with beets started in Texas. That’s where I began exploring greens, beets and goat cheese together. This dish boasts a lot of powerful flavors, and health benefits, while at the same time providing these subtle hints of earth

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