We have been on a curry bender the past couple weeks, and that’s okay with us. These chickpeas are quick, easy, and perfect for pita sopping. If sopping up a fabulous sauce with pita doesn’t appeal to you, get ready to change your mind.
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Dumplings. There is never a bad time for dumplings, and the stuffing is limited only by your imagination. These are stuffed with kimchi and hempeh, and served with a Tamari-Basil dipping sauce.
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Are you having a good week so far? We are! If you’re reading this, then you are alive, and that means you have every opportunity to have a good week. After a hectic schedule last week, and a fun filled weekend, we decided to take a couple days of down time to recharge. No fuss meals, revamped leftovers for lunch, and a lot of porch chilling pretty much ruled Monday and Tuesday.
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I don’t know about you, but we thought life would be more serene after Labor Day. Yeah, that hasn’t happened. We’ve had so much going on these last three weeks. Interesting happenings at the cabin; our day jobs seem to somehow be longer and more hectic; the work on Fork To Summit is becoming more involved; the tourists seem to be lingering, and so forth. They haven’t been crummy weeks, just a bit nutsy. Nutsy weeks that we willingly choose to undertake.
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Italy? Greece? Egypt? Just who invented Pizza?! That answer varies depending on who you ask. Pizza is a flatbread after all, and all of the possible birthplaces certainly deserve homage for their respective flatbread creations. Regardless of who topped their flatbread first, the pizza we know today originated in Naples, Italy as an inexpensive flatbread to feed the poor.
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Hummus. It’s a dip, a spread, an appetizer, and it’s from the Levant. The ambiguity surrounding the day of creation doesn’t make it less of a blessed event. Judging by the increasing presence on store shelves and skyrocketing sales, it’s beige color doesn’t fend off our insatiable appetites. The fundamental components haven’t changed much, and our conscience hovers around nil when left to recreating. From modest coriander to the demure “everything bagel” seasoning, hummus provides us with a blank canvas for add-ins and toppings.
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