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Chioggia Beet Carpaccio

Sep 17, 2021
Chioggia Beet Carpaccio The Chioggia beet (pronounced kee-OH-gee-uh), also known as the candy cane or candy stripe beet, hails from Chioggia, a town in Northern Italy, and became popular in...

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CREAMY CHICKEN & LEEKS 1 tbsp olive oil 4 chicken breasts Salt and pepper to taste Juice from half a lemon 2 Leeks, quartered lengthwise and roughly chopped 1 clove...

WEEK 11! FOODBOX FEATURE RECIPES.

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Roasted Golden Beet and Goat Cheese Crostini with Summer Savory & Honey

Aug 20, 2021
  Ingredients: 1 baguette or loaf of bread, sliced thin 4 medium-sized golden beets, peeled and diced 2 Tbsp. olive oil 4 oz. goat cheese  1 tbsp summer savory (plus...

Asian soup with loads of veg.

It's amazing how much cabbage you can thinly slice and pop into a soup.

Take your leftover turkey or chicken bones from Christmas.  Put in a pot, cover with water by 3 inches, let simmer for about 12 hours.  Remove the bones and voila, you have the base for a soup.

Into this add in about 4 tbsp coconut amino (fermented coconut soy sauce alternative that has WAY less salt)

1 tbsp sesame oil,

1 tsp soy,

and about 3 tbsp sriracha hot sauce.

Simmer away until blended.

Bring soup to a boil then add in about 4 cups finely shredded cabbage, 3 cups sliced mushrooms, 1 cup shredded carrot, 2-3 cups chopped fresh kale.  If your kale is frozen add it in at the end with the green onion instead.

Let simmer 3  minutes until cooked, then add in 1 bunch chopped green onion, some chopped basil, and 1 bunch chopped cilantro (if you like cilantro).

Cook up some rice or egg noodles or long life noodles.  Place in the bottom of a bowl and add in the soup.  Voila!  Dinner.  In my soup I added in some left over roast pork. Left over roast beef or chicken works well in this soup as well.