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Memories of Scrambled Eggs

When I think of scrambled eggs, I have two very different memories. The first is of my grandfather; he had a very specific way he liked his scrambled eggs. He kept a bag of frozen chopped onions in the freezer. … Continue reading

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Beyond Whole Wheat: Soy Bean Spaghetti

Early last year I was told that I should eat more whole grains. I thought it was a good idea, but there was a problem: I eat a ton of pasta. And I mean literally a ton of pasta; I … Continue reading

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Beet And Zucchini Panzanella

Panzanella is traditionally a salad made of tomatoes and chunks of stale bread. If you broaden your mind, however, you can make it out of anything. I had half a loaf of whole-wheat sourdough sitting on my counter, and wondered … Continue reading

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Beyond Whole Wheat: Brown Rice Pasta

Early last year I was told that I should eat more whole grains. I thought it was a good idea, but there was a problem: I eat a ton of pasta. And I mean literally a ton of pasta; I … Continue reading

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Vegetarian Offal: Scallion Roots

In Vegetarian Offal I examine the scraps and cut-offs that might otherwise be thrown away. Offal isn’t just for meat-eaters anymore! Today’s offal: scallion roots. Back when my friends at We Heart New York ate at Aska, they mentioned a … Continue reading

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Is Roberta’s Frozen Pizza Worth $12?

When Donny told me that the new Whole Foods here in Brooklyn was selling frozen Roberta’s pizza, I was intrigued. Could I possibly recreate the magic of Roberta’s pizza in my own kitchen? So when I made the trip to … Continue reading

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Great Vegetarian Ramen At Home

I was thinking the other day that I spend a lot of time both on this blog and Eat to Blog complaining. Specifically, complaining about how disappointed I’ve been with vegetarian ramen (and other noodle dishes) around NYC. And even … Continue reading

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