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WRITTEN ON Tuesday, July 28th, 2009 BY Meredith AND STORED IN Bacon, Beans, Potato, Salads, Side Dish

ShareThe summer after I graduated from college, I took off on a backpack tour with my friend Katie.  We hit most of the major cities in Western Europe, including the lovely city of Munich, where we drank beer in steins bigger than our heads and grew increasingly impressed by the larger than life women who […]


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WRITTEN ON Monday, July 13th, 2009 BY Meredith AND STORED IN Corn, Salads, Vegetarian

ShareA good friend of mine has a t-shirt that features a cartoon corn cob waving and smiling, with a caption that reads “See you tomorrow” (just think about it for a minute, it’ll come). Having been a huge fan of potty humor for my entire life, I rolled with laughter the first time I saw […]


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WRITTEN ON Tuesday, May 26th, 2009 BY Meredith AND STORED IN Appetizer, Chick peas, No really, what IS for lunch?, Salads, Tomatoes, Vegetarian

ShareI’m usually more than a little sad about the return to reality post-vacation.  Particularly if said break involved the beach.  Yet, while my mind is telling me one thing, my body is screaming quite another.  After 4 days of barbeque, beer and daily trips to the ice cream shop, my arteries are clogged as hell […]


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WRITTEN ON Wednesday, May 20th, 2009 BY Meredith AND STORED IN Salads, Vegetarian

ShareI can’t say it enough. I love colorful food. Not only is color usually synonymous with freshness, but it just looks so darn pretty. I imagine all the nutrients I’m getting as I eat it (and go back for seconds. This is in line with the eating-cookies-while-standing-up rule). This cole slaw is vinegary and just […]


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WRITTEN ON Wednesday, May 13th, 2009 BY Meredith AND STORED IN Appetizer, No really, what IS for lunch?, Salads, Vegetarian

ShareA wonderful thing happens around this time of year. At farmers markets and grocery stores all over the country, produce sections start filling up again. Seasonal, local ingredients start multiplying from winter squash and apples to all sorts of tender baby lettuces, asparagus, and fresh herbs. Pretty soon, strawberries will arrive, en masse, in all […]


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