Category Archives: Vegetarian

Farmer’s Market 2018 Minneapolis-Recipe Sautéed Watercress with Fresh Oregano, Onion and Enokitaki mushrooms in soft corn tortillas

At the Farmers’ Market I bought watercress for sandwiches, but made the mistake AGAIN to inspect it. It had flowered. Darn. That means it will taste bitter. Instead I looked at options to cook it. Continue reading

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Pickled Cucumber Recipe = Easy as One, Two, Three

On Sunday for dinner my friends treated everyone to barbecue from a new local place Jimmie’s Southern BBQ Smokehouse on France Ave in Minneapolis. Continue reading

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Authentic Red Beans and Rice Recipe Two Ways for 25 Below Zero Weather

Feeling tired from the last few days of brutal cold weather in the upper Midwest? Well, I am. My food muse was also tired of the steady diet of the same old thing. Standing in front of the fridge door open with a finger to my lips thinking, “Nope, nothing there to inspire dinner.” Continue reading

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Cauliflower and Cheddar Soufflé Recipe Made By Bill – Second to last Weekend Farmers’ Market Minneapolis

Last Sunday I enjoyed a dinner with the framily. Dinner was comprised of lobster cakes, small scallops on the half shell, cauliflower cheddar soufflé and grilled romaine lettuce with dressing. Continue reading

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The Origins of the Name Granola and “How Cereal Transformed American Culture” + A Very Easy Granola Recipe

Here’s a good quick recipe for granola given to me by a former colleague, Brenda Zellmer. Brenda brought it to work one day and had me try it as a dry snack. I really liked it! Continue reading

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