Cookus Interruptus

  (Seattle, Washington)
how to cook fresh local organic whole foods despite life's interruptions
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The Cookus Cupboard: Nuts and Dried Fruit

Another installment in the Cookus Cupboard series on keeping nuts, seeds and dried fruit on hand.  Tamari Roasted Almonds and Sweet Glazed Walnuts add healthful fats, exciting flavor and satisfying texture to breakfast grains, salads.  Excellent snacks too.  

 

 
 

Luscious Beet Salad with Toasted Pumpkin Seeds

Deep red, vibrant green and a sprinkle of snow white make this dramatic salad a sensational addition to your holiday meal.  The whole beet is utilized - even the greens.  To watch the video showing how to make this and print the recipe click here.  

 

 
 

NUTBURGERS!

These nutburgers are vegetarian, gluten-free, made with all whole foods.  Serve with Tomato Basil Soup and/or Massaged Kale Salad. Nice meal.

 

 
 

Parsley Pumpkin Seed Garnish

Very tasty way to get more greens in your diet.
Parsley Pumpkin Seed Garnish
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This will store for a couple weeks in the frig.  You can plop it on Brown Rice, Quinoa, Soba Noodles, Polenta, Rosemary Red Soup, Fried Tofu.  The applications are as endless as an iphone’s.    Read why Dr. Oz says eating greens will make you smarter and review the top ten reasons to cook at home.  It’s all on cookus interruptus where we want to hear about what you’re cooking up for  your family.


 
 
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