Author Archives: Huacachina

The weekend and food

I had a wonderful weekend for food. On Friday I had a bag waiting for me from a local market CSA. It contained pea sprouts, pastured eggs, pastured Italian chicken sausage, celtuce, and blueberries. It was a steaming hot day … Continue reading

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My favorite ways to eat asparagus

My CSA share started a couple weeks ago and I have received a bit of asparagus each time. I snap off the ends like you are told to do, but I always end up munching on them raw while I’m cooking … Continue reading

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An ode to bittersweet chocolate

I started eating dark chocolate in my teens because of all the magazine articles I read that told me I would be beautiful and healthy if I consumed a small square everyday. I didn’t dislike it, but it certainly didn’t … Continue reading

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I received my first CSA bag today! I’m absurdly excited about it. I received pea shoots, collard greens, lettuces, onions, broccoli and radishes. In the two little paper bags are some type of mushroom (oyster?) and an assortment of sweet … Continue reading

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This week

My new favorite snack: Whole plain greek yogurt drizzled with raw local honey and topped with sunflower and chia seeds. Also: Medjool dates dipped in whole plain greek yogurt Favorite meal of the week: Garbanzo Bean Soup with Chorizo and … Continue reading

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Sauteed Orange Cauliflower and Bok Choy with Tahini Sauce

Today has been a very cloudy and dreary day. It used to be that I loved cloudy weather. It made me feel peaceful- like I had every reason to cuddle up on a sofa chair, read, and drink tea all … Continue reading

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A few quotes

From Edible Columbus: Things to eat in the springtime in Ohio: asparagus, broccoli, breads, cabbage, carrots, cheeses, cilantro, collards, eggs, honey, kale, maple syrup, meats, milk, microgreens, mustard greens, peas, radishes, rhubarb, spinach, strawberries, swiss chard, turnip greens “For a spring smoothie, … Continue reading

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