BBQ and Slaw! It’s that classic combo that so many of us love. The smoke; the heat; the acidity, and a bit of sweetness. (Also, do not wait another day before you make this turnip slaw.)
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After Superbowl weekend, we have been doing our best to feast on as many vegetables as possible. Lingering in the cripser; a couple heads of broccoli finally got the attention they deserved.
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Happy Weekend! Endless possibilities exist with a plant based diet, okay? But we would be lying if we said we didn’t crave dishes that used to occupy our plate. We miss things; we miss certain flavor combinations. One of those things is a cuban sandwich.
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Hi! Hope you are having a lovely week so far. You get to decide how you want your day to go, right? Hope you have been making your days count; whatever that means to you. Thanksgiving is next week! That came quickly, right? Weren’t we just celebrating the 4th of July? Take a deep breath, relax, and cook some Brussels Sprouts.
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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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If you’ve got some tomatoes and watermelon hanging out in the fridge, use them here. This salad is really perfect for the time of year. The lovely colors are reminiscent of a Summertime fruit salad, but looks toward cooler weather with the addition of couscous making it a bit more hearty. It’s great for reunions and picnics too. You can keep the individual components separate, and combine everything quickly when you get to your destination.
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