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Stephanie Grubb

Madeleines Recipe - 101 Cookbooks - 4 views

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    I've been hearing about my friend Lanha's madeleine recipe for years now - no exaggeration. Madeleines are her go-to cookie - she makes them for parties, she makes them as gifts, she makes them when people stop by her house to visit, she makes them when the wind changes direction.
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    I've been hearing about my friend Lanha's madeleine recipe for years now - no exaggeration. Madeleines are her go-to cookie - she makes them for parties, she makes them as gifts, she makes them when people stop by her house to visit, she makes them when the wind changes direction.
sebastien_vigneau

Vegan Avocado Chocolate Cake - 0 views

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    mmmm...
Stephanie Grubb

Toasted Almond Sables Recipe - 2 views

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    A couple notes. I used Straus Creamery lightly salted butter here. I like a good amount of salty to counter sweet in cookies like these. And basically, butter cookies like these are all about good butter. That said, you can use good unsalted butter and, in a sense, season the dough to your tastes before baking. If I were using unsalted butter, I might start with 1/2 teaspoon of salt, and adjust from there. I also tend to bake these a bit longer than typical. I like the bottoms solidly golden, and tops lightly/mid golden.
    1 cup / 4.5 oz / 130 g unbleached all-purpose flour
    Scant 1 cup / 4 oz / 115g whole wheat flour
    1/2 pound (2 sticks) salted butter, softened
    1/2 cup / 3.5 oz / 100 g sugar
    1/4 teaspoon fine sea salt
    1 teaspoon pure vanilla extract
    1/3 cup / 1 oz / 30 g lightly toasted sliced almonds
    1/2 cup / 2.5 oz / currants
    large grain sugar, for sprinkling
sebastien_vigneau

Gardenerd: Dragon Tongue Beans - 1 views

  • Summer Bean Salad

    Beans – a couple of cups, washed, trimmed and cooked until tender crisp (steam or nuke for 2–3 minutes)
    Feta cheese, crumbled
    Red bell pepper, sliced thinly
    Red onion, sliced thinly
    Chopped herbs; I used the basil and parsley I grew, but you can use any combination
    Radishes, cut into matchsticks
    Extra virgin olive oil
    Vinegar (I recommend white, wine or cider vinegar over balsamic, but use what you like)
    Sea salt
    Cracked black pepper, to taste

    Toss all ingredients together, season with salt and pepper to taste.Let chill for about 30 minutes before serving to let ingredients mingle and set.

Stephanie Grubb

Greek Recipes - Kalditastes - 1 views

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    My dear friend Greg's Greek olive oil and authentic sauces @ http://www.kalditastes.com/
sebastien_vigneau

Aloo Patta Gobhi Recipe - Aloo Patta Gobi Recipe - Indian Cabbage And Potato Recipe - 0 views

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    Aloo Patta Gobhi is made by cooking potatoes and cabbage in spices and is an everyday dish made in households. Learn how to prepare aloo patta gobi or indian cabbage and potato.
Stephanie Grubb

Herb Jam with Olives and Lemon Recipe - 101 Cookbooks - 0 views

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    Paula Wolfert first caught my attention in the car one day, it must have been 5 or 6 years ago -- I heard her on NPR talking about finding and preserving recipes. I confess I was a bit of a late bloomer when it comes to Paula's body of work.
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Find Recipes for You! - 0 views

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    Find and get cooking with great taste from recipes collection. Food and drink for breakfast, lunch, dinner, dessert, healthy recipes, and many more.
Stephanie Grubb

Blanche Vaughan's perfect lavender and fennel biscuits - 1 views

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    Our favourite former River Cafe cook conjures a fragrant taste of summer

    We have been keeping our bee hives near the lavender patch this year. I really hope they realise that such tempting and fragrant flowers are at their disposal. However, they probably fly for miles to get at the lime trees instead.

    The lavender came out really early this season, like everything, but I know it will keep flowering longer than all the other plants. Its finest uses are as a soothing herbal remedy but I love it for the intense fragrance and hazy colour.

    Bees, lavender and summer holidays are synonymous to me. One of the first things I remember baking as a child were lavender biscuits. These are basically shortbread as they're sandy and crumbly and made with lots of butter, but I didn't want them to be great slabs of biscuit, more a dainty thing to put in your mouth.

    Just crushing the flowers in your fingers makes you realise how intense the oils it produces is, so use them sparingly, and I find a little added fennel seed brings out a lovely flavour.

    You could eat them any time, but a cup of tea or a scoop of ice-cream goes particularly well.

    Lavender shortbread
    Makes about 18 mini biscuits

    Ingredients
    75g unsalted butter, at room temperature
    25g caster sugar
    a pinch of salt
    60g plain flour (I use '00' fine-milled)
    25g rice flour
    1tsp lavender flowers, crushed in a pestle and mortar
    ½tsp fennel seeds, crushed
    icing sugar, for dusting

    Heat the oven to 150C.
    In a mixing bowl, or with an electric mixer, beat the butter and sugar together until soft.

    Crush the lavender flowers with the fennel seeds.

    Sift in the flours and salt and add the crushed flower and seed. Bring together to make a dough. It may be a little crumbly but the main thing is not to overwork it too much.

    Wrap the dough in film and rest in the fridge for about 20mins.

    Roll out the dough to about 1cm thick and cut out shapes with little cutters.

    Bake for about 20 minute
sebastien_vigneau

Brazilian Feijoada Recipe: Brazilian Food at Its Most Original Form! - 1 views

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    This Brazilian Feijoada Recipe Shows You How to Prepare Our National Dish. Enjoy! So, hhttp://www.learn-portuguese-now.com/brazilian-feijoada-recipe.htmlere are my 2 cents... Feijoada is more than a Brazilian dish. Though in South States it belongs to the winter dish, in Rio de Janeiro (where I live) it is served the whole year.
francois appers

Asperges lekker en gezond - 0 views

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    Het aspergeseizoen is weer volop gestart, en met de zachte voorjaarstemperaturen ziet het ernaar uit dat het dit jaar een uitzonderlijk aspergeseizoen wordt. Nog tot Sint- Jan of 24 juni, kunnen weer volop asperges gestoken worden. Deze typische voorjaarsgroenten is, dankzij de geforceerde serreteelt, eigenlijk een gans jaar verkrijgbaar. Wat is nu het verschil tussen de klassieke witte en de groene asperge, en welk effect heeft het eten van asperges op onze gezondheid?
sebastien_vigneau

Cabbage sabzi Recipe | चकली - 0 views

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    Cabbage sabzi in Marathi Serves: 3 to 4 persons Time: 20 minutes I ngredients: 1/2 kg Fresh Cabbage, (4 and 1/2 cup finely chopped) 1 medium potato 1/4 cup green peas Tempering: 1 tbsp oil, 2 pinches mustard seeds, 1/4 tsp cumin seeds, pinch of asafoeitda, 1/4 tsp turmeric, 4 curry leaves 3 green chilies, slit into two pieces 1/2 tsp grated ginger Salt to taste 1 tsp sugar 1 tsp lemon juice 1/4 cup fresh coconut, scraped 2 tbsp cilantro, finely chopped M ethod: 1) Wash the cabbage and finely chop it.
sebastien_vigneau

Sauté of Cauliflower & Mustard Greens with Peanuts Recipe | Eating Well - 0 views

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    Works well with dandelion (10 min . simmer with stem) and cauliflower greens (5 min. simmer with stem removed).
sebastien_vigneau

Using Bok Choy In Green Smoothie Recipes | Incredible Smoothies - 0 views

  • I usually toss in an entire head of baby bok choy in my smoothies.
  • simply blend up 10 or so leaves with your favorite fruit!
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