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Soupe au pistou

I learned this recipe while living in the South of France, teaching English to middle school students. I had just graduated college, and I was in Provence on a Fulbright Teaching Assistantship.

I had the amazing good fortune to be assigned to a small village called Saint-Auban, nestled in...

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Multigrain Bread

 

I developed this recipe a few months ago, at a time when grocery shopping was much more difficult than it is now, and I was one of many people who turned to the beautiful, satisfying art of home bread baking.

Yet somehow, in the throes of creating and publishing my ebook, the Green Sage...

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Thai Curry Split Pea Soup

This soup is mind-blowingly, amazingly delicious.

Even if split pea soup is not really your favorite thing, I urge you to give this a try anyway. It's soooo flavorful, and split peas are so good for us.

Plus, they aren't as hard to come by, at least online, as some other dry goods these days...

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Make-Ahead Lentil Soup

These are interesting times we're living through these days, aren't they?

It's going to be my goal through this period of pandemic panic and social isolation, to help you as much as I can with recipes, tips and guidance on keeping yourself sane and healthy.

Without further ado, let's jump in.

I...

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8 Tips for Delicious Dinner Salads

This could easily become one of your favorite meals!

Here are a few tips for taking the "sad" out of your dinner salad and crafting it into a delicious, colorful, satisfying meal that you'll look forward to, time and time again.

1. Choose a yummy oil-free dressing.

We use a Fig Balsamic...

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Instant Pot Lentil Soup with Fresh Vegetables and Brown Rice

I improvise variations on this lentil soup all the time, but I finally wrote down this particular version to share with you... a snapshot in time of an ever-evolving recipe of mine.

The impetus for posting it on the blog this week was that, a few days ago in my Instagram Stories, I...

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How to Cook Tempeh

What is tempeh?

Tempeh is a specialty of Indonesian cuisine. It's a product made of whole fermented soybeans, which through the culturing process, are bound into a cake-like form.

Tempeh is less processed than tofu, and has a firmer texture, as the soybeans remain intact. It...

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Garlicky Heirloom Tomato Sauce

Late summer tends to be prime tomato season. Are you still seeing tomatoes available at your local farmers' markets and grocery stores? If so, grab about six pounds and make yourself some tomato sauce from scratch!

Here are the advantages:

1. This tomato sauce is sooo delicious, you could eat a...

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Thai Buckwheat Salad with Arugula, Coconut & Cashews

This meal is delicious! It makes a wonderful make-ahead-and-take-to-work lunch, as well as a crowd pleasing potluck dish (if you double it).

You can choose to go heavier on the greens and make it more like a traditional salad, or stick to the recipe and keep the ratio of buckwheat...

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Thai Green Curry

This dish makes a wonderful weeknight meal, as it’s not too complicated or time consuming, and of course, it’s really delicious.

It’s also a great way to use up extra veggies you might have in the fridge, so feel free to improvise! You can follow this recipe exactly, or you can...

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