Monthly Archives: September 2013

Watermelon and Raspberry Granita

We planted our watermelon late, so we’re still harvesting it. Those of you reaching for your fall sweaters can bookmark this for next year. Watermelon and Raspberry Granita 12 ounces raspberries, fresh or frozen juice from one lime 1 tsp … Continue reading

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Sunday Suppers: More Cheese Please

We do love a good stuffed chicken. But what to put on the side. More cheese! Cheesy Stuffed Chicken Twice-baked Potatoes with White Cheddar Glazed Carrots    

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Okra Indian Style

This is what to do with the last okra of the season. Or fry it. (The recipe was inspired by one in Curry Easy.) Chicken and Okra 4 chicken thighs cut into bite sized cubes 1 tbsp minced ginger 1 … Continue reading

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Eggplant and Feta “Pizzas”

By Katherine This is ridiculously easy, but also super tasty. A few times a week, I eat at the hospital next door to my work. It’s quick, cheap and the owners have made an effort to serve healthy food. I … Continue reading

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Cherry bombs

OK, the name of this drink is actually a Bacardi Cocktail, but cherry bomb is way more fun to sing. It’s as pretty as a cosmo. For the official, official version check out Bacardi’s site. For ours, see below. Bacardi … Continue reading

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Hot and Cold Watermelon Soup

Hot as in spicy. Cold as in chilled. Our watermelon plant isn’t going gangbusters, but it’s produced a few fruit. This is best with very ripe, very sweet fruit. Watermelon Soup 8 cups chopped fresh watermelon, seeded 1/4 cup cilantro, … Continue reading

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My Parents’ Garden

Recently we went to the East Coast for my brother’s wedding and took some time to visit my parents’ garden. Many hours of my childhood were spent weeding and watering it. My mother and father have come up with some … Continue reading

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