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Ice and snow and we lived on this in the studio…. Recipe, rough, approximate, because I rarely use a recipe… 2 big onions, chopped 1 lb ground round 1 oz chili powder tsp salt tsp black pepper tbsp cumin Mind, … Continue reading
We’ve had a situation in the studio that made us have to be here 24/7, working. I tried Lundberg’s organic versions of what my mom used to call minute-rice, though she didn’t use it — she, too, made her own. We’ve … Continue reading
One of the yummiest dishes to have around during this dieting time is this basic recipe, which can change from winter to summer, and can combine in so many different ways to make a satisfying meal. WINTER VERSION Organic ingredients … Continue reading
Living in Oregon with the Alaska-Oregon fishing connection means that in early summer we can buy whole salmon at amazing prices, and the butcher will cut. This year the coho was so wonderful I went back and got a second, … Continue reading
I make two versions of this: one in summer-fall, when everything is fresh, and another in the dead of winter, when you have to make do with salsa and canned and frozen. In all cases, you can substitute fresh for … Continue reading
Mitchell and I were bored with food and in a rush with deadlines, no time to go to the store. I always have on hand: onions, yams, and carrots in the fall and winter, plus some canned items in the … Continue reading
This is quite different from the August chicken soup; it has a much more thick tomato-y base, and so, is a minestrone. If you are a noodle nut add them; I am not eating wheat these days with the exception … Continue reading