Category Archive: Recipes

Eggplant & Mushroom Veggieballs with Romesco Sauce

Ingredients: 1 large eggplant, peeled and chopped 8-10 mushrooms, finely chopped ½ cup onion, chopped ½ cup bread crumbs 2 cups kale, chopped 2 small-medium or 1 large egg (vegan option – omit egg,  add ¼ cup oil) Olive oil Salt and pepper   Romesco Sauce 1 large slice crusty bread, day old or fresh …

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Savory Snowman Soup

It’s a snowy blustery day here in western Montana, but it’s January 30th and this is the first real snow we’ve had since the first of the year.  It’s a perfect day for Savory Snowman Soup! Savory Snowman Soup is something I made to peek the curiosity of young and picky eaters.  How could they …

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Casserole 101

Sometimes I think the casserole has gone the way of Plum Pudding — not too many people are cooking them anymore.  A lot of people think “casserole – 1970’s – Betty Crocker” but, that’s crazy because casseroles are usually easy to put together, flexible, and you can do them ahead so you aren’t scrambling around …

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Food’s the Cure- Inflammation 101

Inflammation  -Colette Whelan, Owner #1252 Inflammation is known as the silent killer. Most people think of inflammation as a sprained ankle or an injured muscle, which is acute inflammation. Acute inflammation is a normal and natural process to an injury in the body. I’m talking about a different kind of inflammation; it’s called chronic inflammation. …

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Sweet Potato Gratin

from Bobbe’s Community Food Sweet Potato Gratin An idea has been bouncing around in my head for a few weeks and finally I’ve got it out and prepared. The idea originated with the sweet potato.  I like sweet potatoes and I was giving some thought to something new for the coming Thanksgiving holiday.  I am …

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Garden Freestyle

Garden Freestyle From Bobbe’s Community Food Today’s bounty Wandering through the garden each morning with an eye toward what will be for dinner is one of the great pleasures in life.  Gardens often offer up bountiful surprises in some years and disappointment in others.  Zucchini seems to be one of those bountiful crops and so …

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Mustard-Braised Brussels Sprouts

I’ve made it my business recently to start buying and cooking up different kinds of produce… stuff that doesn’t usually make it onto my plate. I call it unpopular produce, and brussels sprouts are definitely on the list. I know some of you co-oppers might love them but you have to admit they don’t get …

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Peanut Butter Rice Treats

Heat on stovetop: 1 1/2 cups peanut butter 2/3 cups agave nectar 1 1/2 teaspoon vanilla pinch of salt Mix in large bowl: peanut butter sauce 7 cups puffed rice Press mixture in a wax lined pan Refrigerate    

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Hummus

From Bobbe’s Community Food Blog Channa Dal Garbanzo Beans Left – White Garbanzos Right I know, really… a blog about hummus?  Yep, based on popular request, here it is.  Hummus can be plain and boring or it can be as exciting as you want to make it. You can call it humus, hummus, or hommus, …

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Regional Cuisine: Goetta

Is regional the same as local?  I’ve been thinking about regional foods lately and why they have remained regional and not spread around the country like the people we meet.  Regional recipes seem to have an ethnic or cultural influence and be made with locally obtained ingredients.  Like geoduck in the Pacific Northwest, lobster rolls …

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