Monthly Archives: April 2011

Easter Bunny with Carrot, Watercress, and Microgreens Salad

For Easter this year, we made rabbit. And it was delicious. When I bought the rabbit in question, the butcher had to go in the back and get one out of the freezer. Apparently rabbits aren’t typical Easter fare around here. Then, while he was weighing and wrapping it, he said, “Easter bunny?” I nodded. […]

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Inari (Stuffed Tofu Skins)

Need something else to round out your sushi feast? These inari are incredibly delicious. Like with the yam noodles, we have our friend Carly to thank for introducing us to these. I don’t know about you, but “seasoned fried bean curd skins” aren’t something I probably would have picked up on my own in a […]

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Uramaki (Inside-Out Sushi)

The things I know about Japan can be summed up fairly succinctly: 1. I know a little bit about medieval Japanese culture (ie, samurai) mostly thanks to James Clavell and that really long movie with Tom Cruise. My dad has a katana and a wakazashi at home, so I think that gives me a little […]

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Watermelon Radishes

Have you seen watermelon radishes? They’re pretty much the opposite of your standard garden radish. No outward burst of color. No diminutive shape. Watermelon radishes are big and knobbly and rooty and a light green color that’s pretty in it’s own way, but not particularly striking. But just wait till you cut them open. Pretty […]

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Baked Eggs with Tomatoes and Goat Cheese

Let us tell you about our new breakfast addiction. It’s eggy, cheesy, tomato-y, and generally delicious. Plus, it takes about thirty minutes to make, start to finish. It’s a really simple concept, but one I hadn’t thought about until I saw Fresh365’s Baked Eggs with Leeks. Then, for some reason, I got to thinking about […]

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