Author: aneelee

what’s cooking – week 10

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I anticipate a busy week ahead of Spring Break and SXSW (which we will forever have a love-hate relationship with). Hoping that food can help keep us grounded via our bellies. BREAKFAST Oatmeal Breakfast Tacos Waffles (weekend) Greek Yogurt with Honey Kale & Potato Scrambles Orange & Sweet Potato Smoothies MEALS Pad Thai* Turnips in Miso Butter ** Lima Bean Stew  Butter Lettuce with Tahini Dressing Buddha Bowls (Quinoa + Veggies + Tempeh) Penne with […]

getting ahead of your CSA pickup

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I’ve always been a big advocate of planning from what you have on hand instead of planning and THEN shopping. Admittedly, making this switch is a tough one. You have to build new shopping habits and learn to build a pantry that will support your vegetable stash. Luckily, most of our local CSAs here in Austin do a really good job of letting you know what to expect. It’s not foolproof. You might end up […]

what’s cooking – week 9

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Not gonna jinx anything by declaring that I am back (at least not with an exclamation mark), but it does feel good to be getting back into a rhythm with the blog. Picked up a few things at the grocery store to get us through our next CSA pickup on Saturday. Breakfast Having our usual, but am experimenting a bit with almond flour and determined to get more non-egg breakfasts into our repertoire. Trying out […]

meal plan – week 8

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Spring has crept into Austin really early. I’m relieved to have the worst of the cold behind us, but admittedly nervous about what 80º days in February means for July and August. This meal plan may not be in time to plan the bulk of your Week 8, but hoping that you guys can pull some quick ideas for the remainder of your week or get a jump-start on your planning for next. Breakfast We have […]

lunch with the girl: phonatic

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all things food / austin

The following post was made possible by Phonatic.  With the turn of the year always come resets and cleanses and vows to do more of this… less of that. I am not immune to these trends but we are generally in a good place with what we do with our food. Working a bit on cutting down pasta and bread, but this is more of a constant. Nothing new and exciting about it. What does […]

happy january

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  Keeping meals nice and simple this week and mostly just working my way through the fridge stash ahead of our Saturday CSA pickup. MEALS Smokehouse Chickpeas with Greens & Tomato Soup * Potato & Kale Enchiladas Harira** Soba Noodle Bowls Quiche (with my new fave oatmeal & whole wheat crust)*** Quiche & Brussel Sprout Salad * Sweet Potato Gnocci Tostadas Hummus Wraps Rotating our usual suspects for breakfast and lunches will mostly consist of leftover […]

CSA box – december edition

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cooking in season

I don’t ever seem to get around with washing and dealing with my CSA stash during the daytime, but I did start early enough to make sure that today’s spinach and cilantro went into dinner. Other stuff in my box today: beets, turnips, salad turnips, carrots, kohlrabi, fennel, broccoli, mustard greens, red lettuce, romaine lettuce, cabbage, green sweet peppers, and poblanos.

meal plan – almost december

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  Hola from an unseasonably warm, late fall in Austin. All things that depend on climate are a bit confused (trees still have leaves, peppers still showing up in my CSA box, butterflies still hanging out, and our backyard owl is a no show so far). We had a nice long break last week and are feeling pumped for what is left of the calendar year. We’ve got a museum list, lengthy book lists, and […]

almost thanksgiving

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celebrating / cooking in season

For the first time in a really, really, really long time… my CSA pickup will not be immediately before our Thanksgiving meal and I am going to have to plan a meal before shopping instead of planning a meal around my box. All the carbs are accounted for – cinnamon rolls, honey sweet potato rolls, and mashed potatoes – but all the actual food is still a big old question mark. I guess I’m hitting the cookbook […]

last of summer and a recipe

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cooking in season / recipes

Temperatures make it a little hard to tell, but summer is wrapping up in Austin. We picked up what I am sure is going to be our last watermelon of the year with our tuber-heavy CSA stash. In the kitchen, I am closing out the summer with one last batch of my summer squash risotto. I originally came across this risotto cooking method in The Bon Apetit Fast Easy Fresh cookbook. I’ve been making risotto this way for […]