Orange Ginger Chia Pudding

March 6, 2012
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At long last my best friend Gena is paying us an overdue visit. This means that, on top of much gossip, catching up and horror movie watching (sorry, Gourmand), there will also be many visits to local veg friendly spots like Satsuma Cafe, Wandering Buddha, Beaucoup Juice and Superfood Bar. It also means a bunch of home […]

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Drink Your Breakfast: Root Veggie & Orange Juice

March 1, 2012
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We write a lot about our dinners here at G&G. While we try to steer clear of the most glaringly unhealthy foods, featured recipes can often be heavy, crowd friendly recipes. Meals that are easy to put together, one pot affairs. Food that might be considered good for the soul, but bad for the waistline. […]

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Norwegian Waffles

January 8, 2012
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If you read Saveur Magazine with any regularity you are familiar with their annual Saveur 100. 100 best places, dishes, items, bits and pieces, miscellany. Some are useful, some delicious, some over the top, some entirely too esoteric. This year leading the pack in the entirely too esoteric (but all too captivating) category is Griswold Cast Iron, […]

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Buttermilk Ginger Scones

June 30, 2011
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I hate to throw out food. Maybe it’s all those starving kids in Africa or my quickly tightening purse strings, but I try to make use of everything and anything in my fridge. Recently I had more buttermilk then I knew what to do with after using only a small portion in some awesome Rosemary […]

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Norwegian Breakfast (Norske Frokost)

May 30, 2011
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Norgs don’t eat pancakes, at least in the American sense of the word. They eat crêpes, the way the french do, not our stodgy, heavy, syrup sucking version. Gourmand, as I did, grew up eating fresh, hot off the skillet crêpes made by his grandmother. He later assumed the roll of  crêpe flipper and claims to have […]

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