Archive for November 2013

Happy Thanksgiving! Happy Hanukkah! Oh Vey!

Wishing all our friends and families a delicious Thanksgiving and Hanukkah celebration! Have we got a great Thanksgivukkah recipe for you~ spaghetti squash latkes!  We made them for our holiday sides cooking class and used  coconut oil to fry in. Everyone loved them, we think you will too! Spaghetti Squash Latkes Makes about 24 pancakes 1…

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Rawsome Pie

A month ago our dear friend Wah made us this delicious raw pie. It tastes remarkably close to Cafe Gratitude’s Key lime pie… and needless to say, we were hooked! This no-bake raw pie is so easy to make too!! Ingredients: –       1 ½ cup raw cashews –       1 cup almonds –       ¾ cup date…

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Lemon Basil Bread

Baking is the perfect lazy Sunday activity! For the past few weeks I had been wanting to make these Jalapeno-Cheddar Cheese Biscuits I saw in Gluten-Free Baking with The Culinary Institue of America cookbook. I planned to bake them this past Saturday, but the weather was too nice outside so I decided to take advantage of it…

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Thistle Lemonade

Last night’s CLEAN class got a big treat straight from our Steamboat garden! It’s something that We’ve been reckoning with for the past 3 years to get rid of, THISTLE. We have a different name for it, as when you get pricked by it’s nasty little thorns it makes you scream out loud. So when…

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Pink Alfredo Pasta With Shrimp

With Garlic Broccoli and Sugar Snaps 1 Favorite Homemade Marinara or store bought pasta sauce 1 Alfredo Sauce Recipe follows 1 lb cooked shrimp cut into bite size pieces 1 head broccoli washed and cut into small floret pieces 1 lb sugar snaps cleaned 4 Tbl Unsalted Butter Olive Oil 3-4 garlic cloves minced 1 lb Brown Rice…

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Simple Stir Fry

1 C Sugar snap peas, halved or whole (remove string) 1 C broccoli (cut into small florets) 4 Shitake mushrooms, sliced 1/2 C diced green onions~ use green and white parts 2-4 minced whole garlic cloves 1/4 tsp freshly grated ginger 2 Tbl Sesame oil 1/2 Tsp Celtic Sea salt or other favorite sea salt (white truffle oh…

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