Monthly Archives: November 2012

Radish-leaf and Potato Soup

Soup made to soothe a sore throat. Who knew you could use radish leaves? Reminds me of leek and potato soup which I had been craving. The Recipe: http://www.localinseason.com/early-fall/51-radish-leaf-a-potato-soup-yes-radish-leaf.html Chantale – BPL staff

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Originally posted on barriegourmande:
looks basic, but boy-oh-boy did that take a lot of hard work! Home-made Teriyaki sauce with blanched snap peas, roasted red peppers and soba noodles.

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Originally posted on barriegourmande:
Japanese Cooking This is what the meal looked like. It was a hit with my husband and son. I added pacific snapper which went well with the rice dish. The cook book was really helpful, but…

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Originally posted on barriegourmande:
Here is my first attempt at Japanese cooking. I chose something simple and I feel it was a sucess. Sticky rice with sweet potato.

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Originally posted on barriegourmande:
Minestrone in Minutes is my version of this great fall dish. It was done in a little less time than I would have preferred, but it turned out to be just fine. This soup is colourful,…

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Originally posted on barriegourmande:
One of our family’s new soup favourites. This is a hearty vegetarian low-calorie soup recipe. The ingredients are in season and easy to obtain. My recipe makes a large pot so, clear out your frig, make…

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