Cookus Interruptus

  (Seattle, Washington)
how to cook fresh local organic whole foods despite life's interruptions
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Pressure Cooked Galic Mashed Taters

(Cynthia snoozes while Jane mashes)

Most of you probably have your own method of making mashed potatoes, but you can save time and intensify flavor by using a pressure cooker to make mashers.  Use small yellow finn or red potatoes and leave the skins on to increase the nutrient value. Watch video and print recipe HERE.

 


 

 
 

Caribbean Lime Halibut

(The band gets a gig in Pasco?)?

The halibut season is in full swing!  Marinate wild halibut in lime ginger and garlic; reduce the remaining marinade to a nice glaze after cooking the fish and everyone at the table will love you.  Click for recipe and video here.

Here's what one of our viewers had to say: I made the Caribbean Lime Halibut. It was amazing...absolutely restaurant worthy! I wish I had leftovers for today! ?Mindy Elbaum.


 

 
 

Vegetable Yaki Soba

A flavorful Asian dish that incorporates dark leafy greens.  Vegetable Yaki Soba is one of my go-to meals when I can't think of anything to make.  Warm, nourishing garlic ginger broth with simmered vegetables ladled over noodles.  Young and old love this one-dish meal.

 

 
 

Turn Up the Heat Molasses BBQ Sauce

Rich, thick and hot.  Cook in cast iron and up your iron intake.  Use on pastured meats or beans.

 

 
 

Thai Yellow Curry with Tempeh

This week on Cookus Interruptus the recipe was cobbled together using one from Theresa Bliffert, one from www.thaifood.com and one from my book Feeding the Whole Family.  It versatile in both the selection of protein and vegetables.  For example, the dish is equally satisfying made with fried tofu and red peppers (instead of tempeh and carrots, beef and sweet potato strips, chicken and broccoli or shrimp and bok choy.  Add any green vegetables during last few minutes of cooking. A stupendous meal served over Golden Spice Rice and next to Nappa Cabbage Slaw with Toasted Almonds.  My oh my.

 

 
 
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