Monthly Archives: October 2010

Mushroom Phyllo Pouches

Have you ever been to The Pioneer Woman’s website?

I shouldn’t even call it a website.  It’s more like her own little world of incredible recipes, gorgeous photography and writing that gets me every time I go there.

All of the fame and notoriety she has received from her site is well deserved.  I mean, it’s chocked full of everything — everything — wonderful in this life.

Don’t believe me?  Check it out for yourself.  I can guarantee that no matter who you are, you’ll find something you feel is worth reading, browsing or cooking.

It makes sense then, when I found myself with copious amounts of mushrooms, that I go to her site to see just what the heck I should do with them.

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Author: Adrienne | Categories: Home Cooking + Recipes | Comments: 3

Beet and Goat Cheese Salad

I had never had a roasted beet until one fateful day this summer.

The beets appeared on the doorstep in my produce box.  I was clueless with what to do with them.  I’d only had pickled beets, which I liked, but I needed to figure out a way to make a meal out of these pretty little red orbs.

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Author: Adrienne | Categories: Home Cooking + Recipes | Comments: 4

Easy Green Kale Chips

I have seen kale chips all over the place lately.  And with good reason — kale is in prime season right now.

I should know…each week my farm box contents listing of kale, kale and more kale has got me looking for new ways to use it.  Okay, not just any ways to use it, but ways to get others to eat it who aren’t so convinced they like it.

To be honest, I used to be scared of kale.  Now that I’ve got a couple of good recipes under my belt, it’s a little less threatening.  If you don’t normally cook with or eat kale, this would be a great way to introduce your family to this healthy green.

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Author: Adrienne | Categories: Home Cooking + Recipes | Comments: 2

Linguine with Grilled Radicchio and Bacon

Sometimes certain ingredients perplex me more than others.  Last week, it was radicchio that had me scratching my head.

I knew that I had seen a million recipes for people grilling it.  That sounded good to me.  Grilled lettuces are delicious, and a totally different flavor than your typical cold salad greens.

So there was one option.  But what to do with a head of grilled radicchio?  I had run across an Alton Brown recipe for grilled radicchio with bacon vinaigrette.  Bacon vinaigrette?  Sign me up.

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Author: Adrienne | Categories: Home Cooking + Recipes | Comments: 1
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