Monthly September, 2013
If I jump in the way-back machine and travel to the days when I was single and lived alone, I remember an empty fridge. Yes, like so many single people, I really didn’t see the point in cooking for myself. Of course, I cooked in a restaurant all day, and if I thought I was
Robin talking about GrainUP! Twin Cities Whole Grain Dine Around on KARE11 in Minneapolis, MN.
As you probably know, I’ve been spreading the word about the goodness of grains for years. Writing, teaching, and cooking away, I do my part to nudge whole grains onto the plates of anyone that I can reach. But every now and then, I get a chance to work with a group or organization that
It’s September in Minnesota. It’s the time of year when the shorts and sleeveless shirts are in the pile right next to the snuggly sweats and longsleeves, and a day might involve almost as many costume changes as a Lady Gaga show. Play it right, and cool mornings are ideal for bike rides and yard
Last week I mentioned the sometimes meandering road that inspiration follows, as the palate sparks little bouts of obsession. This week is yet another example of this. Yes, I’ve been obsessing a bit on Korean flavors, and posted a recipe for lettuce wraps that also featured Gochujang and Kimchi a few weeks ago. I
One of the great things about cooking is that you can follow your muse, becoming slightly obsessed with certain foods or flavors, then moving on when another one catches your fancy. The wide world of plant foods offers up a bounty of inspiration, with each seasonal shift. Thanks, Mother Nature. So I can admit that