I love receiving a box of food samples in the mail. It feels like Christmas morning all over again.
Do you know the muffin man, the muffin man, the muffin man? Do you know the muffin man who lives on Drury Lane?
I don’t know about you but I have no idea who this muffin man is nor where in the world Drury Lane is.
I DO know the muffin woman who lives in Brookline and loves all things muffins. That would be moi.
Yes it’s true, I love muffins. Any kind really. Blueberry, cranberry, carrot, cinnamon chip, chocolate chip, and banana nut…
I love muffins almost as much as the lady from Cunningham Muffins.
Because of my eternal love for muffins, I couldn’t resist the recipe for Espresso Banana Muffins I saw in Super Natural Cooking by Heidi Swanson. I also had a stash of five ripe bananas in my freezer that were patiently waiting to be used in a baking recipe. It was time for the…
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Ever since Steve and I moved in together, he has been trying to make an appearance on my blog. Whether his motives were to showcase his culinary creations or to prove that I am not the only one who cooks in this apartment, either way he has been auditioning to appear on my blog. And ladies and gentlemen, he finally made the cut.
Obviously I exaggerate to an extent, I have not been holding open auditions at our apartment. But he has been wanting to get a little action on Peace, Love, and Food, and I think it’s cute that he wants to get involved in something that means a lot to me.
On Friday night I was in the Jamaica Plain area so I had to stop at City Feed. City Feed is an awesome local grocery that is all about local, organic, sustainable, and fair-trade foods. They have…
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With the start of a new year, I thought it would only be fitting to start it off right with a couple of new recipes.
On Sunday, I flipped through Heidi Swanson’s Super Natural Cooking book to find a hearty soup recipe.
What I found was a recipe for Chunky Lentil Soup with a description that was impossible to ignore. “As we need more warmth and sustenance in our food, this earthy textured pot of lentils, squash, and tomatoes is a straightforward and unassuming way to fit the bill.”
Warmth and sustenance. I’m sold.
As I flipped through the book, another lentil-containing recipe caught my eye: Beluga lentil crostini with chevre-chive spread.
First of all, I’m a huge goat cheese fan. Secondly, I hate wasting food so I figured If I could use lentils in two recipes for one meal that would be an eco-friendly gesture on my…
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