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Kitchen Classics: Chickpea Pot Pie

With our wacky summer-like temperatures this past week breaking records more than once, it may seem out of sync to post a pot pie recipe.  And even though I first made this a few weeks ago, we’ve been enjoying it regularly since then. I like to think of it as my final nod to […]

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Kitchen Classics: Chickpea, Tomato and Potato Stew for Winter’s Reprise

What?? It’s winter?

Again??

Okay, Mother Nature, this is really getting old.  I mean, we’ve been tortured by  suffering with  enduring  tolerating winter since October 21, 2010 (should I feel guilty that that’s my birthday?).  Time for some warmer temps, dry streets, green buds poking their happy noses out of […]

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Warm Butternut Salad with Chickpeas and Tahini Dressing

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I meant to post about this recipe yesterday, but somehow, I’m, er, running a tad behind schedule.  How did I get […]

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Entirely Original Curried Pumpkin Hummus*

* Or, Hummus in a World of Its Own

As we often do, the HH and I made the trek to Montreal over the long weekend to spend the holidays with my family.  While I long ago became accustomed to toting along some sort of sustenance for these trips (my diet, even when I’m not […]

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Lucky Comestible II (4): Tagine of Quinoa with Chickpeas, Olives and Prunes

 

It’s a truism when discussing the era of flower children and Woodstock to say, “If you remember the ’60s, you probably weren’t there.”  When it comes to the 1980s, however, those of us who lived through it are more likely to lament, “I remember it all–if only I could forget!” Still, the Era of […]

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