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Judy Mayer

A Mediterranean Meatless Monday

What's For Dinner
By Judy Mayer February 27, 2012

I remember when Eating Well Magazine published this recipe in 2006. The Mediteranean Diet wasn’t as popular then as it is now – unless you lived in the Mediterranean. It’s now highly rated and is currently the second most popular diet in the country – right behind the DASH (dietray approach to stop hypertension).

 

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Judy Mayer

Great Curried Soup a Meatless Monday Star

What's For Dinner
By Judy Mayer February 20, 2012

Looking for that Meatless Monday recipe again? I’ve come up with another flavor explosion! African Curried Coconut Soup with Chickpeas is so thick it could almost be called a stew. It’s also gluten free.

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Judy Mayer

What is Nutritional Yeast?

What's For Dinner
By Judy Mayer February 16, 2012

Some of you have asked about an earlier column, in which I suggested sprinkling nutritional yeast on popcorn. Here is a question I received from Julie:

 

 

"Judy, You are the fourth person this week to mention 'nutritional yeast' to me. Can you tell us more about it? What is it, where do you find it, what is it used for, etc? Thanks"

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Judy Mayer

Tempt Them with Tempeh

What's For Dinner
By Judy Mayer February 13, 2012

 

It’s Meatless Monday again.  Funny how quickly Monday’s roll around!

Well, hold on to your hats – this meatless recipe will knock your socks off. Tempeh Tacos were a hit in my last vegetarian cooking class. I have to admit I’m not normally too crazy about tempeh – it has a beanie and nutty taste by itself, but, like many other soy products it absorbs the flavors of whatever you’re making it with. This recipe is delicious!

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Judy Mayer

Fish Tacos for TGIF!

What's For Dinner
By Judy Mayer February 10, 2012

 

TGIF! You’ve made it through another week and need to take a break. Living in Wisconsin gives you permission to enjoy the traditional Friday Night Fish Fry, just not the “all you can eat” offering! Almost every restaurant, tavern and many churches have an offering of deep fried fish, French fries, baked potato or potato pancakes, coleslaw, rye bread and a hearty brew or two.

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Judy Mayer

Spice up your dinner

What's For Dinner
By Judy Mayer February 8, 2012

Since I’m teaching a class on herbs and spices today and I plan on making this recipe for turkey patties, I thought it would be a good idea to share. The fresh herbs offer an abundance of goodness, allowing you to skimp on the sodium and still get great taste. I’ve learned to love Italian parsley – any parsley for that matter – buy a bunch, put it in a vase and nibble on it whenever you walk past. There’s your natural detox!

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Judy Mayer

Hey, It's Meatless Monday!

What's For Dinner
By Judy Mayer February 6, 2012

 

Today is Meatless Monday. Meatless Mondays were established in the US during the first and second world wars to promote voluntary vegetarianism. Americans were asked to reduce their consumption of meat to benefit the economy. Today, the movement is more about nutrition.

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Pam Mehnert

52 Things I Learned in One Year - Part 3 of 3

A Year of Inconvenience
By Pam Mehnert January 13, 2012

Repeat after me – I am not a quitter - I am not a quitter. Well I guess “life” happened since my last blog post, as I have blissfully ignored the fact I haven’t yet completed my list of lessons.

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Pam Mehnert

52 Things I Learned in One Year - Part 2 of 3

A Year of Inconvenience
By Pam Mehnert January 13, 2012

Ah, what was I thinking when I came up with the notion of writing about 52 lessons learned? One lesson per week of my challenge - that should be a piece of cake. Okay then maybe I just have a bad old case of writers block.

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Paul Sloth

Hail Hail Cara Cara

In the Aisles
By Paul Sloth January 3, 2012

If you can’t visit southern California this winter, you’re best bet is to stock up on these oranges. It’s quite possibly the next best thing.

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Paul Sloth

The gift of a good meal

In the Aisles
By Paul Sloth December 23, 2011

You can forget a lot, but you can always remember a good meal.

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Paul Sloth

It ain't easy being green

In the Aisles
By Paul Sloth December 20, 2011

I love sprouts, but they don’t lend themselves to vivid and colorful descriptions. They are not sensual and they aren’t complicated. They’re green.

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Paul Sloth

An apple a day, how about three

In the Aisles
By Paul Sloth December 19, 2011

It won’t be long and that very last local apple will finally be eaten.

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Paul Sloth

Pass the nuts

In the Aisles
By Paul Sloth December 16, 2011

Walk through the bulk section at an Outpost and you’re likely to stand in awe of the dizzying array of food available in bulk. You can get lost if you don’t know what you’re looking for.

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Malcolm Woods

The Natural War of the Words

Postscript
By Malcolm Woods October 17, 2011

A new report is generating buzz in the natural foods industry. The Cornucopia Institute, a Wisconsin-based advocacy group which pushes for sustainable and organic agriculture, tested a number of natural and organic cereal brands and found that many of the cereals labeled as natural contained evidence of genetically modified products (GMOs). Further, the report suggests that “natural” cereals may contain pesticide residues.

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Malcolm Woods

Small town grocers and sustainability

Postscript
By Malcolm Woods July 8, 2011

An article in USA Today about the declining number of independent grocery stores in small towns across the country is a compelling argument to buy local.

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Malcolm Woods

Bend their ear

Postscript
By Malcolm Woods July 7, 2011

The Obama administration look set to approve a new genetically engineered corn, designed to better tolerate drought conditions, but you still have time to let the USDA know how you feel.

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Pam Mehnert

52 Things I Learned In One Year - Part 1 of 3

A Year of Inconvenience
By Pam Mehnert June 28, 2011

While I truly love to cook and bake and take on “never made before in my kitchen” kinda projects, prior to this I had never kept any kind of diary, especially not about my life in the kitchen.

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Pam Mehnert

52 Weeks By The Numbers

A Year of Inconvenience
By Pam Mehnert May 3, 2011

Here’s a glimpse into my 52 weeks of inconvenience, primarily cooking or baking for just the two of us (although some food items became gifts, while others were served to our dinner guests.

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Pam Mehnert

Week 52 - The End Of The Road?

A Year of Inconvenience
By Pam Mehnert April 25, 2011

There’s a routine I think I’ll miss, and other parts that I hope will stick, like the discipline I learned in planning out our food options each week. My year of inconvenience is technically over.

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