Cookus Interruptus

  (Seattle, Washington)
how to cook fresh local organic whole foods despite life's interruptions
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French Lentil Dijon Spread

(Phil moves Jane)

This is tasty, inexpensive, makes a great sandwich spread (lunchbox!) or dip.  Watch video and get printable recipe by clicking here.


 
 

Big Mo Minestrone with Garden Fresh Vegetables

(Ward answers foreboding doorbell)

Fresh basil, corn, green beans, red potatoes.  Grow.  Chop.  Cook.  It’s just good.  No need for enticing adjectives. Watch here and get printable recipe.
 
Also this week read about warming up Olive Oyl.  Should you do it? 


 
 

Santa Fe Black Bean Salad

(Joaquin thinks Batman is slapstick)
Oops!  Nothing for the lunch box?  Company coming over to watch the game?  Keep your pants on!  This recipe saves the day.

Utilizes fresh corn and red peppers that are currently in season.

Watch by clicking here (and print recipe too).

 

 
 

How to Cook Beans

(Ginger tries gardening)

Beans from scratch are much tastier than canned ones.  One two three.  All your questions answered.  From soak to gas. To watch click here

 
 

Clear the Bar Hoppin' John

Clear the Bar Hoppin' John

Another flavorful vegetarian dinner that complies with the “Eat real food. Mostly plants.” message.  Serve it with polenta or your favorite cornbread and braised greens.  That’s a good meal.

 

 
 

White Bean and Kale Minestrone

CAN'T run with scissors.  CAN stay warm with a bowl White Bean and Kale Minestrone. Cooked white beans, garlic, sage, ribbons of kale and a shredding of pecorino cheese on top.  This is the perfect cold weather meal.  Make some now.  Serve with Our Favorite Salad and a Pumpkin Pecan Muffin.  Also swell served with Emerald City Salad in a Roasted Squash half.

 

 
 

June's Chili con Grass-Fed Carne

Enjoy as a post-game team meal, Friday night dinner with a (locally-brewed) beer - take the chill off with this chili .  Brought to you by Cookus Interruptus.

 

 
 

Three Sisters Stew

This week on Cookus Interruptus:

Need a new idea for using the last of the squash harvest?  Here it is.  This is a hearty sweet chili-spiced stew that we know you will enjoy.

 
 
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