What's Cooking.

March 21, 2011

This week my in laws are here, so we are making all sorts of things.

Big old pot of Minestrone with Garlic Bread
Caldo Verde (B's family is Portuguese after all!)
Rhubarb Chutney
Whole Wheat Cherry Scones
Potato, Leek and Green Garlic Soup (a riff on Alice Waters' recipe)
Quinoa Salad with Apples, Walnuts, Dried Cranberries, and Gouda (again!)
Asparagus, Red Pepper and Spinach Salad with Goat Cheese
Vegetable Korma and brown rice
Cinnamon-Rhubarb Muffins

What about you?  Anything yummy?


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    Have fun with your in-laws! How lucky of them to enjoy such deliciousness =).

  3. It all sounds delicious! where is the scone recipe from? I love cherries in my baked goods. I made a delicious vegetable dal recipe from Mark Bittman last week I am thinking of repeating tonight. Nice for this cold weather.

  4. Ignore my question earlier! Making a revised version of the soup right now :).

  5. The muffin looks so munchy! Have fun on your get-together.

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  6. i used my normal scone recipe (which i posted awhile back) and sub'd ww flour....they were delicious!

  7. what a delicious week. I really like how veg-centric your cooking is. this week, i'm preserving some meyer lemons in my new pickle crock. hope to make some tagines soon.

  8. That muffin is making me hungry.

    Our menu this week includes lemon and basil chicken, grilled pizzas, and healthy sloppy joes.

  9. We want to come on vacation to your house too!

    Looks so yummy down there.

    And THANK YOU for the veggie burger recipe!!! I'm going to make it this weekend. Yummmm.

    And I agree, eew for fake meat. Eew.

  10. I love rhubarb! And WITH cinnamon? I will definitely have to make these - thanks!

  11. I made the Carrot muffins from Aril 2011 Whole Living. They were delicious! I was at Williams-Sonoma and they have started selling beans and legumes. I did not purchase any, but I samples a delicious black quinoa and cranberry bean salad with feta. I LOVED it! I bought all the ingredients to try the Quinoa Salad you posted. I am guessing it's yummy since you made it again. I can't wait to try it. Thanks for posting your MIL's scone recipe. I look forward to trying it as well.

  12. ....and I thought I was a good cook! You have outdone me there :) Stumbled upon your blog via "tales of me and the husband" :) Copied down a few of your old recipes that I cant wait to try. We too live in San Diego county :)


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