Monthly Archives: March 2014

Frittata

I made this for breakfast over the weekend.  Again- surprising how such few ingredients and easy preparation can make such a satisfying meal. Cook potato and onion for about five minutes- until potatoes are just cooked through.   Add some … Continue reading

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Open Faced Egg Sandwich

I have been eating a lot of the spinach chop.  I think I have officially O.D.’d.  Time to move on to another egg sandwich… This one is even more easy.  Just chopped hard boiled eggs and a nice combo of … Continue reading

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Popcorn

Melissa has been raving about this popcorn since we first started this book.  We are not a huge popcorn house- but since I was making popcorn for carnival cookies anyway, I figured I should see what all the fuss was about. … Continue reading

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Rye Soda Bread

Still making a lot of soup- and in honor of St. Patricks Day- I decided to try the Soda Bread as well. Randie had commented that it was easy to make- and it sure was.  Came together in a jiffy. … Continue reading

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Carnival Cookie

Mason wanted to make cookies the other day- so I obliged with the understanding that it would be out of Super Natural Every Day. Carnival cookie.  It has an odd mix of ingredients.  Banana, chocolate chips, peanuts, popcorn… essentially everything … Continue reading

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Harissa Ravioli

with broccoli, nuts, and feta I think this was the first recipe I saw in the book that I knew I wanted to try- and it took me a while to get there.  Worth the wait. Good things. 1.  Pasta … Continue reading

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Spinach Chop

The first time I read this recipe,  I gave it a big pass.  Certainly didn’t seem like something I would enjoy snacking on.  I gave it a re-visit- and I was glad I did.  I was particularly drawn to the … Continue reading

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