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Miso Soup, Spring-ified

Soups

Homemade Miso Soup

My favorite thing about Spring is that there’s no sweating involved. I’m definitely not ready for peaches and watermelon and scorching temperatures and sweating. Mainly sweating.

But I am ready for trench coats, Spring showers and all of the produce like ramps, asparagus (hi asparagus tarts!), fresh peas (i love you pea soup!) and strawberries (hai strawberry ice cream with my new machine!).

On rainy, cloudy Spring days, this (non-traditional) miso soup is what I dream about. (It’s weird but sometimes I dream about soup instead of biscuits.)

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Miso-Glazed Squash Spring Rolls with Brown Sugar Mushrooms

Dinner, Snacks

Fall Spring Rolls: Miso-Glazed Delicata Squash, Radish Sprouts and Brown Sugar Mushrooms

I was watching the new season of Mind of Chef the other night and it’s goooooood. Oh man, I want to make and eat every single thing Gabrielle Hamilton makes on the show. There was an episode that especially stood out to me; it was all about “garbage” and waste. She, like, many chefs is constantly thinking about waste. It’s pretty incredible how many times she uses a broth over, how she reuses scraps and how she uses “waste” in other dishes in new and unexpected ways. It shows how clever and smart and conscious she is.

I, too, think about waste. Running this food blog, I’m often left with leftovers. I think about storing them, rolling leftover ingredients into another recipe and blog post. This means fresh herbs are stored in bags with a damp paper towel (do you do this? they last SO much longer), cheese are stored in bags and containers help with leftovers.

Fall Spring Rolls: Miso-Glazed Delicata Squash, Radish Sprouts and Brown Sugar Mushrooms

Today I’m teaming up with Glad to talk about World Food Day, which is next week (October 16th). World Food Day is about taking a stand against worldwide hunger. The mission is to protect food so it stays fresher, longer. It’s about being a bit aware of our consumption and of our food waste.

For each black & white food photo you post and tag #GladToShare, Glad will donate $1 to international charity Free The Children to provide a nutritious meal for a person in need in communities around the globe. Visit Glad to learn more about how you can take a stand against global hunger in honor of World Food Day.

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Healthy Dinner for One: Salmon Soba Noodle Miso Bowl

Dinner, Healthy, Healthy (ish)

Crispy Salmon Soba Noodle Bowl

My eyeballs sting and my feet sort of ache from standing all day but it’s ok because a rendition of this bowl is in front of me and Broad City is on the TV. Have you watched?

I watched Girls for the first few seasons but there was always something I didn’t like. I couldn’t really put my finger on it until I started watching Broad City, which I like a million times more, and then it dawned on me: I wouldn’t be friends with any of the women in Girls. Not one of them. They all complain about their lives and it’s annoying and boring and gets old. But Abi and Ilana, THEM MY GIRLS! I wanna hang out with them all day long.

Moving onto this bowl, it’s a single person’s dinner, though it could easily be doubled if you’re into that sort of thing.

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