Monthly Archives: July 2010

Cheese Stuffed Squash Blossoms with Cherry Tomato Sauce

Tweet This past Friday, the Vegetarian took a trip to the Farmers Market while I was working diligently.  She came back with a bounty of fresh vegetables, cheese and fruit.  Of her farmers market purchase, the goat cheese and squash … finish reading Cheese Stuffed Squash Blossoms with Cherry Tomato Sauce

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White Bean Provencal with Pork Chop and Pasta

Tweet Last weekend I was sitting around, flipping channels and stopped on Ina Garten’s Barefoot Contessa on the Food Network.  It was a brand new episode where she makes a huge delicious 4-hour lamb roast and Provencal white beans — … finish reading White Bean Provencal with Pork Chop and Pasta

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It's a Giveaway…

Tweet Ok, so back in April of this year, a posted a couple recipes that I made using a certain pomegranate juice.  That was really more of a tasting of sorts.  Now, I am doing my first ever giveaway.  Instructions … finish reading It's a Giveaway…

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Kale Chips

Tweet   Kale chips seem to be pretty popular right now, as I have seen them mentioned on various food blogs and I decided to try my luck with them.  Despite not really reinventing the wheel with them, I have … finish reading Kale Chips

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Braised Chicken Thighs in White Wine with Brussels Sprouts

Tweet I don’t know if its worth making a big deal or not, but this is my 100th blog post on the Carnivore and the Vegetarian.  That’s really all I will say about that.  For the 100th post I decided … finish reading Braised Chicken Thighs in White Wine with Brussels Sprouts

Posted in brussels sprouts, chicken, tofu, wine | 5 Comments

Vietnamese Pork with Pickled Daikon and Carrots

Tweet I guess maybe you are sensing a theme here.  Asian influenced spiced chicken salad last entry, now something a bit more near and dear to my heart stomach: Vietnamese food.  I am really just learning how to make some … finish reading Vietnamese Pork with Pickled Daikon and Carrots

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Spicy Asian Chicken Salad

Tweet Ok, so this really isn’t a chicken salad.  Normally the term chicken salad is reserved for finely cut up chicken with mayo or other food glue, spices, celery or whatever else you like.  Here, I really just mean a … finish reading Spicy Asian Chicken Salad

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