Roasted Vegetables


How to Roast Vegetables – Tips & Techniques & A Master Recipe
This is one of my favorite how to pages from a Veggie Venture…ONE AT A TIME Mostly, we roast one vegetable at a time since it’s hard for more…

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The Rice Cooker: SooFoo® Whole Grain Mix

Some times during editing a book, our favorite recipes get cut by the ol’ editor. We live with the decision for the betterment of the book, but often not happily. One such cut was the grain mixture SooFoo®, a grain mixture we adore.

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Lets Talk Corn on the Cob

Its time for end of the summer corn. Here are two different techniques, one in the microwave and the other in the slow cooker, for cooking it perfect every time.

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Vegetable and Tofu Whole Wheat Quesadillas

I went to a buffet at a friends’ right after she returned from her first visit to Rancho La Puerta spa, right over the border from San Diego in Tecate, Baja, Mexico. She served quesadillas, a recipe she brought back. They were outstanding and I got a new appreciation for the casual Mexican tortilla sandwich.

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Frozen Bread Dough Focaccia

baked focaccia with fresh rosemary and coarse sea salt

Sometimes you want fresh bread, but don’t have time to make it from scratch.  So this the opportunity to use commercially made Ready-Dough packaged by Bridgeford, easily found in the supermarket freezer…

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Fast and Easy Focaccia Flatbread

Recently I was invited to an open house and wanted to bring bread, but didn’t have time to make it from scratch. So this was my opportunity to use Bridgeford Ready-Dough, easily found in the freezer department of all supermarkets. I had used the frozen ready-made loaves when I first started baking when I was still afraid to make a dough from scratch, but not since and was curious to see if it was still a good alternative to homemade.

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The Strata: Savory Bread Puddings

The strata is a culinary term coined in the 1950s for an old-fashioned baked egg casserole composed of layered of ingredients, the same technique used for constructing a lasagne or quiche, only bread is used as the main starch and eggs are the binder.

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Avocado Milkshake

Avocado
Milkshake

f o r t w o

Toss all the ingredients in a blender and
whizz them up! Let it go for a while
because the avocados need to break
down and blend with the milk to make a smoothie. Once
the liquid is a…

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Vegetarian Slow Cooker-Tofu

Tofu in the slow cooker? Well, yes indeed. During the testing of the first slow cooker book, one of my testers contributed a vegetarian posole. Well, I ended up loving it and making variations on it, like this one with tart tomatillos. Then a basic preparation instead of stir-frying for vegetables and tofu braised in their own juices.

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New Years Black-Eyed Peas

While most New Years pot of black eyed peas bean stew contain pork, the vegetarians cannot be left out.

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