Category Archives: Main Dish

Pad Tofu Long Song

One of our favorite dishes at The King and I restaurant is their Pad Kai Long Song. Traditionally this dish, also knowView full post »

Deconstructed Vegan Tofu Chả Gio Bowls { Spring Roll Bowls }

Don’t you sometimes just crave those yummy Vietnamese Spring Rolls? I sure do, but I’ve only made them aView full post »

The Healthy Slow Cooker by Judith Finlayson

One food trend that shows no signs of stopping in 2014 is the prevalence of Gluten-Free ingredients in recipes, onView full post »

In Smidge’s Kitchen

I’m so excited to be joining the gang over at Celia’s { Fig, Jam and Lime Cordial } “In My Kitchen&#View full post »

High Octane Spicy Cumin Vegan Bowl

Mom and Dad, if you’re reading this, it wasn’t me. Kids, if you’re reading this, it was me. I was noView full post »

Gluten~Free Mulligatawny Turkey Meatloaf

You all know I’ve been investigating grocery store chain food pricing.. well wait ’til you read this: TwoView full post »

Spicy Chicken Chilaquiles

♥ Christmas presents have long since been opened, family and friends hugged but I still feel like hiding.. heavy furView full post »

Just a Smidgen ~ Smidge’s Favorites from Last Year!

In addition to the Top 10 viewed Crafts, DIY and Recipes, here are Smidge’s favorite much-loved posts from Just aView full post »

California Sushi Rolls Recipe

♥ Snips and snails And puppy dogs’ tails And sugar and spice.. That’s what our little girl is made ofView full post »

Big Batch Go To Tomato Sauce with Turkey Meatballs

You say tomato, I say tomato.. but what do you call turkey “meat”balls? Turkey orbs? Poultry spheres?  View full post »

Artichokes ‘n Smoked Salmon Eggs Bennie

Pretty fancy name for a thistle! Artichokes are native to the Mediterranean, so it comes as no surprise that my motherView full post »

Aglio Et Olio ‘n Homemade Pasta

Some of you might recognize the name on this shop in Florence. One of our most prominent food blogging friends isView full post »

Blue Dragon and a Canadian Giveaway

If you’ve been here a while, you know I’m all about slow food, taking the time to enjoy the cooking orView full post »

Jane’s Crunchy Pecan Salmon, Salsa Verde and a Kale Salad

The Spring Festivus worked! { Even my blog seems to have imported without a hitch! } Warm temperatures have begunView full post »

Roaring Lions Winter Ale Chili

One of my most curious discoveries of Cross-Country Skiing was the sound your skis make behind you.. you couldView full post »

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