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Category Archives: Recipes
Recipes of the week: updated Wednesdays.
Most recipes are made up by me, either on my own or by modifying an existing recipe.
I am a long-time member of the largest CSA in the US, and our pick-up day is Tuesday. The CSA season runs from late May to early November; during the season I’ll mostly post recipes that use that week’s produce.
Recipe of January 8, 2010
This mixture can be used in any Chinese-style recipe calling for Five Spice Powder.
Recipe of August 19, 2009
I've tried this recipe with the best "conventional" tomatoes I could find, and it doesn't work -- you really need the much more intense flavors of heirloom tomatoes to stand up to the pesto base.