Monthly Archives: May 2010

Eggs in the Bread Basket

Tweet I’m sure you have all heard of this simple, yet delicious, breakfast dish.  It’s easy to make, very tasty and you can easily add things to spice it up.  This is a pretty simple version that my mom used … finish reading Eggs in the Bread Basket

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Spicy Tofu and Green Bean Stir Fry

Tweet Well, the month of May is almost over, which means I can go back to eating meat again.  I don’t think I ever ate too much, but I may start only going for it for dinner (I got the … finish reading Spicy Tofu and Green Bean Stir Fry

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Absolute Bagels

Tweet Bagels. Real honest to god bagels. A friend of mine who lives just a bit north of Absolute Bagels explain that this was the best one in the area, and after tasting one, I am a believer. As I … finish reading Absolute Bagels

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Crab Cakes with Corn and Black Bean Salad

Tweet Making crab cakes today was pretty random. I do love crab cakes, so maybe its not that random. This was my first attempt at making them though, as crazy as that is, living in the Maryland crab cake stratosphere. … finish reading Crab Cakes with Corn and Black Bean Salad

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Tofu Vegetable Stir-Fry with Peanut Sauce

Tweet One of the first sauces that I can remember making in college, one I learned from my roomate for a few years, was a simple peanut sauce. Back then, I think that all it consisted of was peanut butter … finish reading Tofu Vegetable Stir-Fry with Peanut Sauce

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Rotini with White Bean Ragu

Tweet One great thing about working from home is the ability to make quick lunches at home.  I guess the latter part is pretty obvious.  I wanted to make something vegetarian but was packed with protein so I wouldn’t be … finish reading Rotini with White Bean Ragu

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Cheese and Gochujang Omelette

Tweet Sometimes a simple omelette, with very little veggies and toppings, is better than one stuffed with everything except the kitchen sink. Even one with just cheddar cheese can be enough if its cooked well. For the longest time, I … finish reading Cheese and Gochujang Omelette

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