Monthly Archives: May 2008

>Memorial Day and Comfort Food

>We had great plans for Memorial Day: ride into Boulder, hang out at the Boulder Creek Festival, watch the Duck Race, grab some dinner at the new Mexican joint in town, and then catch a relatively early showing of Indiana … Continue reading

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>Potato Spinach Soup with Stuff

>I spent a good part of the evening Friday making up three different batches of sausages (apple sage, spicy pinto bean, and pepperoni) and, by the time I’d finished that, I didn’t want to make dinner. But, I did. Somehow … Continue reading

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>Burrito con Applesauce

>In her youthful rebellion against meatloaf Thursday’s and canned vegetables, my mom developed a taste for Mexican food–the spicier, the better–as soon as she left home. In Southern California, this mostly took the form of quesadillas, tacos, enchiladas, and chile … Continue reading

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>Roasted Polenta and Sausages

>Yesterday was another beautiful day and I managed to fit in both a run and a short bike ride. The reason for doubling-up was that I felt super crappy on my run and ended up only going about 2.5 miles. … Continue reading

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>Weekend Eats

>It was a long, busy, beautiful weekend. Saturday, Josh was tabling at a Community Cycles event where I joined him later in the day after a leisurely ride. There’s nothing more indulgent than 30 miles on your bike through rolling … Continue reading

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>keen-wha?

>I don’t know why I don’t cook with quinoa more often. It’s easy, relatively cheap, and always good. Oh, and its hard to screw up. It cooks pretty fast, but is easy to keep from overcooking. “Forgiving” is a good … Continue reading

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>Moroccan Phyllo Rolls

>I’ve been eying these moroccan phyllo rolls for quite some time. Somehow–mostly due my own fear of phyllo in all honesty–I’ve managed to put them off and now it’s just about past the roasted vegetable time of year. So despite … Continue reading

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