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Through repeated testing, I’ve found that vegetables typically come out just as crisp and bright green when cooked in smaller vessels of boiling water.
There are countless apple cakes in Germany, but this one, in which a rather plain batter rises up and bakes around sliced apples, has to be one of the most popular. Cakes like these are often called Mittwochskuchen (Wednesday cakes) because they can easily be made during the week when time is short.
This delicious Japanese soba noodle dish is shared by Elizabeth Kirby of Local Milk in this recipe perfect for any expecting or recent parents. Since this recipe is cooked with buckwheat noodles it has no gluten, is low-calorie, and high in amino acids. Elizabeth blogs:
At the beginning of my pregnancy, I developed a recurring craving for this soba miso soup with plenty of spicy kick, shiitakes, and seasonal greens.
“My roots may be Southern American, but my pantry has a strong Japanese influence: kombu for dashi sits next to my sorghum and sticky rice keeps company with the grits.”Get recipe →
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Baking or russet potatoes are found in any supermarket where fresh produce is sold. They are starchy, large and filling. This appetizer can be made ahead of time, to store for 1-2 days. Reheat in a microwave or oven to serve hot, with fresh cool sour cream topped with chopped scallions.Get recipe →