Cookus Interruptus

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

(Home on the range or hotplate)
This recipe is much less complicated than putting up a tent.  Whether you're living indoors or out during the holiday season, include this seasonal fruit dish on your table.  To watch video or print recipe, click here.

 

 
 

Spiced Sweet Potatoes with Apples and Kale

(Homeless in Seattle)
Hip hip hooray, brightly colored vegetables!  Roasting sweet potatoes makes them super sweet.  Combining apples and kale is divine.  Put them together and what can we say?  Fabulous vegetable dish coming your way.

To watch video and print recipe click here.

 
 

Be Bop Breakfast

(Early girl gets the worm)
Need to have superb energy throughout your day?  Start with this wildly loose version of the Korean dish Be Bim Bop (translates to mixed rice).  Brown rice, kale, egg, butter, condiments - cereal from a box can't compare.

Video and recipe here.

 

 
 

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.

 

 
 

Massaged Kale Salad with Currants and Gorgonzola

Massaging tough dark leafy greens renders them tender and tasty.  We then combine the wilted greens with apples, Gorgonzola, currants and dressing to create a pack and go salad that is major nutritious and major delicious.  Find out how to make it at Cookus Interruptus.

 

 
 

Braised Greens

Braising is a tasty way to cook fresh, local seasonal dark leafy greens.  Every time I cut some kale from my backyard, I am thankful that I live in a house that has a yard big enough to grow a few greens and a climate that sustains them all winter. Yum.

Our web cooking show, Cookus Interruptus has a how to video on braising greens.  Have a look.


 
 
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