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Mushrooms fail to thwart eat-all resolution (so far)

May 12th, 2009 · 3 Comments · local food

I can’t say I’ve been perfect on my eat-it-all effort with my Rolling Prairie CSA subscription this year.  A few chives got away from me (meaning, they got unappetizingly slimy) before I used them, but I think that’s it. My biggest accomplishment was eating all the mushrooms from the first bag. Yes, I had a […]

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Mountain conquered without leaving kitchen

November 24th, 2008 · 4 Comments · Food preparation, recipes

Some cooking tasks seem so scary that some of us (me) scrupulously avoid them, but when you finally attack them and succeed, well, you feel like you’ve really accomplished something. With this year’s conquests including canning and carmelizing sugar, I was ready for one more: soufflé. It’s funny how these processes grow big in your […]

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Roundup: Green eggs, green eating

July 31st, 2008 · Comments Off on Roundup: Green eggs, green eating · Environment, Food in the news, local food, Roundup

Green eggs (no ham). An outfit in Missouri is doing large-scale production of eggs from pastured chicken, and that’s something to crow about. (KC Star) Shrinking food print. Three questions can lead to greener eating. (KC Star) Osage oranges. Kate Will celebrates her picnic spot in Osage County in the shade of hedge trees, aka […]

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Backyard chicken question provokes clucking

June 4th, 2008 · 4 Comments · General

The backyard chicken issue has reared its ugly comb right here in Lawrence, Kansas. I’m surprised it’s taken this long. When I saw the headline, “Chickens and the city: Health officials concerned fowls will spread disease,” I knew the pecking would begin. That headline was on Friday. On Monday, I learned from the Rolling Prairie […]

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Eggs and asparagus make a meal

May 12th, 2008 · 2 Comments · Cooking for one, local food

I love convenience foods like asparagus and eggs—that is, convenience foods that Mother Nature makes. With asparagus and eggs, you can make a meal faster than the guy next door can pry open a box and the interior packaging of Hamburger Helper. For instance, I wanted a nice hot meal but didn’t want to spend […]

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