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27 August, 2015

Fried Green Tomatoes

Fried Green Tomatoes
Posted in : Lunch & Dinner, On The Go on by : Miss Kate

Fried Green Tomatoes For those of you who garden, towards the end of Summer, there is always an abundance of vegetables available. Sometimes more than you know what to do with. That’s when I go a little bit nuts with “end of Summer” soups, salads, stews, whatever I can dream up. When there is just
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14 August, 2015

Calabacitas

Calabacitas
Posted in : Lunch & Dinner on by : JW Plato

One of the easiest vegetables to grow in a hot, windy, dry environment with loamy soil (Ah’em, New Mexico) is squash. Zucchini, yellow squash and crook-necked all grow hardily and are abundant, especially this time of year, but let’s face it, there are only so many things to do with them. When I moved from
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13 August, 2015

Vegetables on the Grill

Vegetables on the Grill
Posted in : Lunch & Dinner on by : JW Plato

Vegetables on the Grill Miss Kate is my neighbor and best friend. There have been occasions that similarly to South Park’s famous, ‘Oh No, I killed Kenny’ line, I find myself saying ‘Oh No, I killed Katy!’ This is usually uttered as I watch her shoot up insulin like a reverse heroin addict. (What I mean
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12 August, 2015

Zucchini Stir Fry Recipe

Zucchini Stir Fry Recipe
Posted in : Lunch & Dinner on by : Miss Kate

I am an avid fan of squash of all types. In the Fall I bake every kind the Grower’s Market and Farmer’s Market have, mash it, freeze it in various sizes of Baggies and use it all winter. It is a low calorie, low carbohydrate substitute for potatoes, pasta, all sorts of things. I love
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10 August, 2015

Pico De Gallo

Pico De Gallo
Posted in : Lunch & Dinner on by : JW Plato

PICO DE GALLO vs. SALSA One of the best things about living in New Mexico is the food! There is a food culture here unlike anywhere else in the world; the food somewhere in between traditional Mexican crossed with Native American with green or red chile thrown in for good measure (and good health*). This
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