noodles, rice and grains

Fresh Tomato and Ricotta Whole Wheat Pasta and a Giveaway

by heidi May 21, 2014
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I’m facing a seriously critical conundrum. One that will impact the entirety of my upcoming summer. And I’m not sure what to do. Do I plant tomatoes or bag it? To some of you this may seem like the most unsubstantial predicament to be in. You probably thinking, Heidi, it’s […]

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Blackened Seafood Pasta

by heidi April 3, 2014
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This is one of those dishes that originated in one of our favorite restaurants—actually the restaurant where my husband and I met—and made it’s way to our at-home dinner table. It’s one that is so good, you figure out what that special thing is that makes it so craveable and […]

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Buffalo Chicken Fettuccine

by heidi March 10, 2014
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Lazy, dazy comfort food days. That’s what weekends are made of. And that’s when my man takes charge in the kitchen. I’ve told you before about how my guy (I call him G-Dawg, because we’re gangstas like that) makes appearances here on the blog as a pretty good hand model, […]

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Crab Spaghetti with Lemon Gremolata

by heidi March 3, 2014
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Simple yet elegant, this Crab Spaghetti is pure comfort food with a high brow touch—because who doesn’t find comfort in twirling pasta around the big old clumps of sweetly lush lump crab. If there’s one thing you want to eat in it’s lumpiest form, it’s crab. Take my word for it. […]

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Slow Cooker Vegetarian Lasagna Soup

by heidi February 27, 2014
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If you’re on Pinterest there’s a pretty good chance you’ve seen the meaty version of this Slow Cooker Vegetarian Soup floating around. And there’s a perfectly good reason for that. Because it’s so dang good! I’m kind of into this whole food with a twist thing, and it seems like […]

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