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  1. I've got a habit of digging up historical recipes and adapting them for the modern kitchen. The oldest recipe I've adapted is for a green pudding (the savory kind, not the sweet kind) with simmered meat. The instructions were all extremely vague because it was a lot of educated guessing based on residue found in a stone age pot. Anyways here's my version. Fair warning, I tend to eyeball and guesstimate my recipes, but I will try to be exact here. Ingredients: Large quantity (1 lbs?) of fresh greens (recommended: nettles, dandelion, watercress, sorrel, spinach, kale, or
  2. I can't believe I pulled this off... My 3rd quest for this month is to make a meal for 3 people with heavy dietary restrictions. I'd completed this week's quest on Tuesday with a ginger chicken chili (no nightshades), and had made a broth using the bones from the chicken. Sooooooooooo tonight I'd had a random thought about udon (and who doesn't?) and yesterday the Dragon (ie husband) had roasted chicken/carrots/brussel sprouts that were A. really tasty and B. hadn't gotten very soft, so we tossed those in with some extra chicken, let it boil, added the udon and O_O OMG.... The broth ha
  3. Hey guys! Does anyone have good ideas for food that makes good leftovers? I'm a student and I work part time, so I'll often have either no time or large chunks of time in which to make food. I'm trying to make more food as it's easier to go paleo and it's cheaper that way, so what are your favourite meals to make that can be made in bulk and reheated? There's a microwave at work and at uni, so that's good, but I don't have one at home, so it makes reheating take more time at night. Things that are good cold work, too.
  4. Hello! I was looking for a tasty breakfast that could be made in advance and stored in the fridge to be rewarmed when needed, and these mini quiches fit the bill. If you want to try them, here's the recipe! Makes 12-18 | Ingredients: 6 eggs 1.5 cups almond/soy/rice milk (I used almond) 5 strips of bacon 1 clove garlic, finely chopped 1/2 cup bell pepper, diced 1 cup white mushrooms, diced 1/3 bunch cilantro, roughly chopped 1 roma tomato, chopped salt & pepper You'll also need cooking spray and a muffin tin. (Feel free to substitute your favorite veggies) Start by frying your ba
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