Garlic has long been my favorite vegetable. I love it so much that, in college, I used to eat raw cloves. My roommate’s mother, a Taiwanese lady who rarely spoke to me when she visited, made a point to call me out on it one day. “You eat garlic like the Red Army. They’re strong, […]
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I’ve been on a food book binge lately: biographies, non-fiction overviews of specific foods, recipe books, etc. One that I picked up is called Milk: The Surprising Story of Milk Through the Ages by Anne Mendelson. It’s a strange selection for me – I don’t drink milk. In fact, I have avoided milk for several years […]
As a kid, I hated meatloaf. I think it was the ketchup. I had a bad experience with it and avoided it well into my 20s. Unfortunately, it meant I never developed a taste for dishes that included it. This week, I decided to test my taste buds and pulled out an old copy of […]
Spaghetti squash is my favorite late-summer squash because of its versatility and because it’s great gluten-free pasta substitute. In this recipe, I use it to make spaghetti alla carbonara, another favorite of mine.
This recipe is the ultimate in sog-free lasagna, not to mention gluten-free and dairy-free. It is jam-packed with garden-fresh vegetables and some brined olives and artichokes for extra flavor. Make it vegetarian (or not), and serve up dinner for a crowd or have lunchtime leftovers.
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