Browsing All posts tagged under »eat your own«

Now Entering District 12

April 11, 2012

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Like many people, I’ve just cottoned on to the greatness of The Hunger Games. It is a world where districts are dominated by their isolation from one another, where the only information that passes is what can be gleaned from the censored broadcasts of the games. This rolls two forms of oppression into one, combining […]

Withinseason Reboot!

January 18, 2012

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Hello Again! The last post was in September? That means it is time for a reboot. We’ve been busy on the food front even if it has been quiet around here… September was a flurry of canning and preserving. Our second year has been mega-bonus-awesome: the peas just keep rolling out of the freezer with […]

Zucchini-Fennel Phyllo Triangles

August 14, 2011

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Greens may not be surviving the August heat, but the zucchini, zucchini, zucchini! — well, that is mounding up in prolific piles.  We’ve done zucchini noodles, zucchini bread, zucchini in stir-fry and zucchini-as-soup.  Inspired by a round of fava-mint empanadas earlier this year, we’ve decided to try zucchini as a filling.  Empanada dough might be […]

Use those Veg! Summer Sautéed Ratatouille with Lemon-Mint Dressing

August 8, 2011

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We made this quick, summer sautéed ratatouille in a wok to quickly cook the vegetables to crisp-tender.  You won’t need the heat at full-wok levels, especially if you’re using olive oil (the smoking point is much lower for olive oils).  But, using the wok is nice for a quick summer lunch since the pan transfers […]

Creamy Scape and Spinach Eggs

June 19, 2011

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Ahh.. Sunday morning breakfast! A couple years ago, we had a green-eggs-and-ham something sorta like this.  We’re flush with spinach and garlic scapes from our garden, so we decided to wing it and see how it’d turn out. The Plan: A lot of recipes online have versions of this that use a lot of prep […]