Monthly Archives: October 2013

Taste the rainbow


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Sweet P’s Guide to Westchester’s Grocery Stores- Stop # 1- Trader Joe’s

I am an expert grocery shopper. I am always on a budget and always in search of great local products. The way that grocery corporations treat their employees and customers is also very important to me. I think it should … Continue reading

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Curry cauliflower popcorn

I love this recipe for kids because you can use any flavors you like. Cut 1 bunch of cauliflower into tiny florets “popcorn” sized Toss with olive oil and curry powder Roast at 450 about 15 minutes or until crispy. … Continue reading

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Meatless Mondays

How do you all feel about Meatless mondays? Personally, I find it easier to go meatless at least 3 days a week. Since I have committed to buying organic, grass-fed, yadda yadda meat, I can only afford to eat … Continue reading

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Short Rib Ragu Lasagna

This recipe is adapted from Bon Appetit Magazine. It is a show stopper and makes for a hearty fall/winter dish. It is awesome after a hike on a crisp fall afternoon. This lasagna has two layers; a beef ragu layer … Continue reading

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CSA Cleanout quiche

A quiche has been a fail safe for me during my summer CSA. When I get a ton of veggies I make a pasta, a pesto, a pizza, and a quiche. You can flavor a quiche with almost anything and … Continue reading

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My favorite Kale Salad

My aunt Patty told me about this salad a few years ago. She usually gets it at a deli in Piermont, NY and the guy behind the counter was kind enough to give her the dressing recipe. We are forever … Continue reading

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