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Slow Cooker Stout Chicken Stew #SundaySupper

March 16th, 2014 · 22 Comments

Rumor has it that spring is just around the corner, but with snow in the forecast yet again it’s hard to keep the faith. If, like me, you’re starting to tire of heavy stews for Sunday supper, this one is made with chicken for a lighter feel. The bright green peas also add a welcome [...]

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Tags: SundaySupper · global flavors · recipes · slow cooker

Gambas al Ajillo y Clementina (Shrimp with Garlic and Clementines) #SundaySupper

January 19th, 2014 · 20 Comments

Sunday Supper has long been a tradition around my table, even before I had kids. When my husband and I first moved to DC after college, we hosted friends for supper every week. I had my subscription to Gourmet magazine (rest in peace) and our single friends were willing guinea pigs as I experimented with [...]

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Tags: global flavors · recipes

Kabocha Squash Apple Tacos with Chèvre {#MeatlessMonday}

October 14th, 2013 · 1 Comment

Did you know the Meatless Monday campaign celebrates its 10th anniversary this fall? To celebrate, I wanted to make some vegetarian tacos — and I just happened to have a beautiful Kabocha squash on hand. I spiced and roasted the squash for a warm, fall flavor and then added a sweet apple to balance the [...]

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Tags: at market · global flavors · meatless monday · recipes · vegetarian

Shrimp with Corn and Tomato Garlic Sauce {#6SecondRecipe}

September 18th, 2013 · No Comments

There’s a shrimp dish at our favorite tapas restaurant that is pretty simple — shrimp in a garlic and chili infused olive oil. I used some of our last-of-the-season corn and tomatoes from our CSA to build on that garlic-and-shrimp combo for a really fast, fresh and flavorful weeknight family dinner. Shrimp is one of [...]

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Tags: global flavors · proteins · recipes · weeknight meals

Spring in Jerusalem (#KidsCook Ottolenghi)

April 17th, 2013 · 2 Comments

A confession: my dinner menu hits quite a rut in the last long, cold stretch of winter. Tired of heavy foods but without fresh spring produce, it’s a struggle to find inspiration in the kitchen. When the weather does finally turn warm (or jumps straight to 90 degrees, as it suddenly was this past week), [...]

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Tags: at market · cookbooks · cooking with kids · global flavors