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A rich, warm Indian dish prominently featuring a creamy yogurt sauce.
Coconut braised tofu banh mi with nicely mouth-puckering pickled vegetables.
Simple fried eggs on toast, with a side of garic tops.
Simple eggplant appetizer with a cream cheese and sun-dried tomato filling.
The first batch of home-grown oyster mushrooms. These were grown from a kit obtained from a local vendor.
A month of sitting in the basement has paid off with a large batch of sauerkraut I can now refrigerate for up to two months.
Beautiful savoy cabbage from our local market. This made for a great, simple winter meal with brown butter, caraway and mustard.
A quesadilla reproduced from a local market vendor. Chard, kale and faux chicken make a delicious, if unexpected combination. Real chicken would work just as well, of course.
Turnips fresh from the market, ready to be prepped. Alice Water's "Chez Panisse Vegetables" serving as a great guide to getting to know the local fare.
A vegetarian take on split-pea soup with "ham". Field Roast adds the right texture with just a hint of what ham would bring.
A roasted tomato sauce with the last Romas of the season.
Classic French onion soup, care of Julia Child.
Simmered vegetables in a sweet and rich sauce. Mirin and soy sauce make a great broth that can be made in just a few minutes.
Shiitake mushrooms with orzo pasta. The orzo is from a local Seattle pasta maker which is sold at the Pike Place Market.