Posts Tagged “stove top”

{What My Baby's Eating} Whole wheat tahini pancakes

By | January 9, 2014

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Is my little boy a baby or a toddler? He’s 13 months but he isn’t totally walking yet. Does that make him a tod-aby? A boddler? Hmm. Boddler sounds kind of interesting. Whatever he is, he’s eating lots of real food, and by real, I mean real. We’re not doing things like processed foods, sugar, […]

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Garlic leek green beans

By | January 7, 2014

Did you ever get into a green bean rut — you know, when you find yourself making green beans the exact same way every time? It happened with me and my sesame green beans. I love those guys, I really do, but after a few dozen pans of them, I start getting antsy. I know […]

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Skillet lasagna

By | July 9, 2013

This definitely isn’t the first time I’ve done a lasagna-themed recipe. The archives already have white lasagna, cheesy pierogi lasagna, pretty little lasagna roll-ups, and lasagna soup. We’ve also done the Pesach version, matzah lasagna. So it looks like the only kind I haven’t brought you yet is the classic one. Which isn’t on today’s agenda, […]

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Golden skillet potatoes

By | January 29, 2013

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I tend to be one of those super-exact cooks. I level cups of flour and cocoa powder, I measure quarter-teaspoons of salt, and I always measure my water for cooking grains. Although this is totally a personality thing, it’s also what you need to do as a recipe developer. Publishing a recipe with real measurements […]

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