Category Archives: Food

Chocolate molten cakes

I had an urge to bake not long ago, dug through some old Pinterest pins, and found this recipe¬†(which has step-by-step pictures as well) for chocolate cakes made in cupcake pans. Let me tell you, they were delicious. Super chocolatey … Continue reading

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Cheese quiche

When I went to New Zealand many years ago, I fell in love with quiche. Why did it take going all the way to New Zealand to try quiche? I don’t know, but I love it, and I think they … Continue reading

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Banana nut waffles (or pancakes)

Banana-walnut pancakes! Z has been insistent lately that I find new recipes for our dinners. Poring through cookbooks is not a task I relish, but I was excited when I found a recipe for banana-nut waffles, which can also be … Continue reading

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Roasted garlic and tomato soup

This recipe and the picture above are from Naturally Ella, a blog about natural and healthy eating. I forgot to take a picture of the soup Z made–oops. I still don’t have a blogger mindset. The recipe for this soup … Continue reading

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Chili non carne

Like that pun? I didn’t make it up. It’s the name of the recipe*, and the recipe is from¬†How to Cook Everything Vegetarian. Zach and I eat this chili fairly often, and he usually makes cornbread(!) to accompany it. We’re … Continue reading

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Braised lentils, Spanish style

This meal also has been pulled from the archives–I’m so behind! Anywho, these lentils were yummy and pack well for lunches. A few of the ingredients are celery, carrot, garlic, and paprika. The recipe is from How to Cook Everything … Continue reading

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Moroccan chickpea soup

Chickpeas are great–on that we can all agree. This Moroccan chickpea soup was quite good. If I remember correctly (we ate this a while ago), it had a definite chickpea flavor but also that of garlic, cumin, carrot, cayenne, onion, … Continue reading

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