Cookus Interruptus

  (Seattle, Washington)
how to cook fresh local organic whole foods despite life's interruptions
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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? 


 
 

Huevos Rancheros

The farmer's markets are rich with peppers, tomatoes, corn and farm fresh eggs.  Put it altogether and make brunch for a friend or two.  Huevos Rancheros.  I want some now.

 

 
 

Polenta with Asiago Cheese

Did you know that you can throw polenta on the grill, alongside some vegetables, chicken or whatever and make a swell meal? The polenta gets those grill marks and crisps up on the outside.  Nice. 

 

You can add any kind of cheese you like to polenta.  Throw in some fresh corn off the cob too.
I like polenta with beans, some folks like a marinara or roasted red pepper sauce or roasted red pepper on top.  Interrupt and tell us how you like your polenta!  Full of love I hope…


 
 

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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