Kitchen Classics: Chickpea, Tomato and Potato Stew for Winter’s Reprise

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What?? It’s winter? Again?? Okay, Mother Nature, this is really getting old.  I mean, we’ve been tortured by  suffering with  enduring  tolerating winter since October 21, 2010 (should I feel guilty that that’s my birthday?).  Time for some warmer temps, dry streets, green buds poking their happy noses out of the ground.  Time for some […]

Anti-Candida Friendly Tempeh "Bourguignon"*

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*Well, it’s not really “bourguignon.”  But it is ACD friendly, sugar free, gluten free, and vegan.  And it tastes delicious. What more could you ask for? I will never forget the first lecture I attended as a callow undergraduate at the University of Windsor: it was Modern American Drama, with a professor named Dr. John Ditksy. […]

Tofu Mole: Authentically Delicious

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Before I even think about sharing this recipe (see, I’m learning: some things are more important than food!), I want to send out a heartfelt “thank you” to everyone who left comments on my previous post and even to those who read it and chose not to comment.  This is why I love the food […]

Christmas, 2010 Recap: Don’t Mess with Tradition (and African Sweet Potato Stew)

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[What I should have made for our Christmas dinner this year. . . . ] What. . . is it December 27th, already??  Hope you’ve all had a wonderful holiday season so far! I must confess, the last few days have been among the laziest of my life.  And you know what?  It felt great! […]

Nava’s Sweet and Sour Cabbage and Bread Stew

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Now is the discontent of our winter. The dozen or so of you who were reading my blog last year at this time probably remember how much I hate the snowy season.  (How much, you ask?  As much as Gepetto hates dishonesty.  As much as Ellen loves Portia.  As much as the calories in a […]

Chili to Last Through the Winter

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The three of you who were reading my blog last year at this time may recall that I am not a fan of winter.  “What?” the rest of you ask, “and you from Montreal?”  Well, I’m here to tell you that being born in a certain place doesn’t automatically predispose one kindly toward the weather of […]

Kitchen Sink Kitchari (an Anti-Candida Stew)

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[UPDATE, JUNE 2010:  In March, 2009, I began a much more serious (and much more restrictive) candida diet after suffering from myriad candida symptoms for more than 6 months.  Finally, with a raging rash taking over my torso, I had to succumb and begin the diet afresh.  After 15 months (so far) I’m 90% better, […]

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