When Paul came down with a bug a week ago, he forwarded me a recipe for Tom Kha Gai, a Thai coconut milk and chicken soup. A friend suggested we try this instead of my usual offering. It was a little twist our recovery routine, but I welcomed it since Tom Kha Gai is spicy, and I am always craving a kick of heat when I’m sick.
I was thrilled to find a meaty, locally grown butternut squash in our farm box last week. It’s been cool and rainy here in Oakland since I got back from my Thanksgiving travels. A roasted squash soup seemed like a perfect dinner to take the chill off.
I did my usual recipe review, reading a [...]
After the trip back east, I can still feel the approaching winter. So, even though it hit 80 degrees here in the Bay Area this week, I wanted to make a hearty winter meal for our vegetarian guests. Pear and turnip soup, baked squash stuffed with Moroccan spiced couscous, a spinach salad, and ginger cookies.
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