Spinach lasagna

Spinach lasagna

Little to nothing says comfort food like a lasagna. Mobbing the throne of versatility, lasagna is lovely when prepared for 20, or just for one; lasagna almost always tastes better the second day over the first. Partial to meatless lasagnas far before becoming a vegetarian, I always wanted to learn how to whip one up, […]

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A is for Artichoke

A is for Artichoke

Upon scouring the pages of Jack Bishop’s Vegetables Every Day over the past few weeks, I have learned a ton about produce — when certain vegetables are in season, how to pick good ones, best storage methods and the like. While I risk re-capping some well-known facts about various vegetables, I plan on slowly blogging through […]

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A is for Arugula (or R for Rocket)

Arugula

Last week was artichokes, this week, I feel the need to downsize and talk about something that’s a little smaller and has several different names. Nutritional low-down This cruciferous little mama is infamously known for it’s antioxidants and potent anti-cancer qualities (some, like Harvard Medical School’s Diana Post say this isn’t scientifically proven). The keyword there is […]

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