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Ricotta Stuffed Zucchini Flowers

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I simply can not walk past zucchini flowers – or any edible flower, for that matter. Zucchini flowers always leave me strangely torn between wanting to embrace them and on the other hand leaving me to feel sorry for the zucchinis that are bereft of their beautiful accessories… I tend to ask the zucchinis nicely if they do not mind too…

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Green Deconstructed Sushi Bowl

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sushi is probably one of my favorite out of home snacks. i’m emphasizing the out of home aspect as i do not like handmade (by home cooks, that is) sushi. as much as they might taste great from a home cook, i dislike the imperfectness. isn’t sushi something that’s dna is too look pretty, if not perfect? perfection is something…

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Linguini with Barba di Frate

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having some time off over the easter holidays was so good for body, mind and soul… i took the “time off” quite literal, in that i unwound and enjoyed time with friends and families, and did not much else, really. needless to say, there was a lot of feasting involved, too. i’m feeling a little overindulged (if that’s a proper…

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Rye Crispbread Sticks

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were i to host a party – which, at the moment, won’t be happening, as i’m super busy* from day to night and am happy i find enough time to wash my undies, frankly (ahem) – i’d probably make a healthy kick scandi inspired party. something featuring this insane rye crispbread. maybe a crispbread bar with lots of different healthy…

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Veggie Wonton Miso Soup

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i made my own soup before i even knew how to spell it. at my montessory kindergarten, there was a proper oven and stove, one that really worked and heated up nicely. i was totally fond of the thing and volunteered in making soup for all of the kids, on every occasion. some 30 (cough) years later, i still like…

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