The Spamwise Chronicles

The Week in Food

No hobbit lives on BBQ alone.

This post in response to Homer‘s reply from earlier. 😉


Black bean soup served with coconut rice and lime


Salad greens, heirloom radishes, herbs and a poached farm egg


Glazed scallops with asparagus and ramps


Tri-color penne pasta with asparagus, red sorrel and chives


Fromage blanc omelette, salad with a white wine viniagrette


Fromage blanc with Champagne currant conserve, fresh squeezed orange juice


Lamb’s quarters, heirloom potatoes and chopped tomatoes


Tagliatelle with radish greens and garlic


Roasted asparagus with a poached farm egg and shaved Parmesan cheese


Chopped salad — English cucumber, heirloom tomatoes, peppers, herbs, sea salt, extra-virgin olive oil


Heirloom radishes and asparagus braised in butter and herbs
Crimini mushrooms sauteed with green garlic, Italian parsley and lime

This entry was published on June 9, 2008 at 12:02 am and is filed under food, general. Bookmark the permalink. Follow any comments here with the RSS feed for this post.

5 thoughts on “The Week in Food

  1. dinner at YOUR house. every night. geez. i’m embarrassed by what i whip up compared to all of this.

    i’m curious…have you ever used quinoa in a recipe? i got hooked on it recently, and wondered if there was some sort of something you use it in/with.

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  2. Thanks luv, but I don’t have any formal training when it comes to cooking. I’m mostly self-taught, from watching Julia and Jacques to reading cookbooks at the library.

    Re quinoa — I’ve never cooked with it, but I’ve had it while dining out.

    Use as you would couscous or white rice. Grilled chicken with quinoa and sauteed fennel; baby artichokes stuffed with quinoa and nut dressing; quinoa tossed with roasted vegetables, chervil and mint; quinoa with roast pork loin and caramelized onions…

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  3. eh, formal training. who cares? the food you cook looks and sounds awesome. i’m sure it tastes just as good, too.

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  4. All of the dishes look delectable, especially the black bean soup with coconut rice.

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  5. Look like you had a great week!

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