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noshtopia:

A bowl of organic kohlrabi, turnips, and heirloom carrots I got at the SF Ferry Building#farmersmarket #vegetables  

tango-mango:

Fiore rigatoni with browned butter, crispy garlic and shaved Parmigiano Reggiano

I wish I had the same kind of love affair with green vegetables that I have with pasta, because after a weekend of cooking great food, the veggies would have been the wiser choice. However this unusual pasta’s been waiting patiently in my pantry for the past couple of weeks and I was dying to see how it cooked up. The answer is perfectly.

I melted a couple (generous) tablespoons of salted butter in a small skillet and cooked it until the foam resided. Just before it began to brown I added 3 minced garlic cloves and sautéed the garlic in the butter for about 30 seconds. The garlic got crisp, the butter turned golden and my kitchen smelled heavenly. I stirred the garlic butter into hot, al dente pasta and poured the pasta into a pre-heated bowl. Shaved Parmesan cheese and a light sprinkling of parsley finished it off. Serving size: Just for me!

foodopia:

boozy chocolate truffles: recipe here

notanotherhealthyfoodblog:

Tofu Omelets

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purely-bliss:

*click this , then click yes, you wont regret itx*

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scissorsandthread:

Infused Water | A Beautiful Mess

How many glasses of water are you meant to drink a day? It feels like I’m drinking litres of it right now with this horrible hot weather. But every day I get to the point where I’m staring at that glass and thinking… ugh. Water is better for you, but it’s not exactly the most thrilling drink in the world. I hate cordial, so these ‘recipes’ are a god-send (plus you can eat the fruit afterwards!). Strawberry and basil sounds amazing, I think I need to try that one ASAP!

eatseamless:

Some afternoons are best spent gazing at pictures of brussels sprouts.