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Recipe: Hearty Beet Gazpacho

Adapted From Martha Rose Shulman, NYT Cooking Serves 6 (1st course) INGREDIENTS 2 slices red or white onion 1 large beet (about 6 ounces), roasted 1 small (6 ounces) cucumber or 1/2 long European cucumber* and coarsely chopped 2 pounds ripe tomatoes, quartered 2 sticks celery, coarsely chopped 2 large garlic cloves, still in skin 1 slice of good, hearty bread, cubed 1 tablespoons sherry vinegar, plus a little extra for the onion […]

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Recipe: Your Daily Bread

Adapted from “Artisan Bread in Five Minutes a Day” by Jeff Hertzberg and Zoë François (Thomas Dunne Books, 2007). Discover more wonderful bread and pizza recipes by them at Breadin5.com 1 1/2 tablespoons yeast 1 1/2 tablespoons kosher salt 6 1/2 cups unbleached, all-purpose flour, more for dusting dough Cornmeal (optional) 1.  In a large bowl […]

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Enjoy the Journey Already

By the time we arrived at Yellow Bird Farm near Woodbury, TN we felt like seasoned WWOOFers. Farm rhythms had seeped into our lives (even though we never acquired the habit of waking early to feed and water the animals – which I now regret.) I finally felt confident that I knew a lot about […]

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Recipe: Kitchari Comfort Food

All of a sudden kitchari appeared. We had never heard of it before and then it was everywhere. A staple, Ayurvedic comfort food, kitchari, also called khichdi, is used to ease the stomach and cleanse the intestinal tract. Lucky for us it came into our world just as we were about to embark on a […]

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Recipe: JC-Approved Gluten-Free Quinoa Burgers

We are currently about 60 minutes south-east of Nashville at Yellow Bird, a lovely “art farm” in the process of becoming a retreat center. Yes, exactly, it is right up our alley! David Wood, the director of Yellow Bird is a vegetarian and crafted such wonderful meals the first few days that JC made nary a […]

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Recipe: Lei-Lani’s WIP Chick Pea Salad

Forgive the lengthy preamble, but I must set the stage… Yesterday, the lovely Anne Sutton, mother of our dear friend Emily James, wondered what we missed most after being on the road for 11 weeks. “Our friends” was our first answer. “Cooking” ran a distant second. I don’t want to wax long and sappily about […]

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