I realize it looks like a bowl of veggies, but I swear there are noodles under there! Not just any, but the thin, nearly clear sweet potato noodles I’ve come to love of Korean cooking. The rest was a mix of sautéed shiitake, celery, peppers, and onions. Served with a side of kimchi and pickled cucumbers, it was the perfect dinner.
"Unlike most families, we have gumbo at Thanksgiving rather than a massive turkey. It’s a tradition we’ve kept running for years, and as soon as I learn how to make it, one that I hope to continue for many more to come.”
Read more: The History of Gumbo on Food52.
Kale and goat cheese pie for dinner never disappoints.
The last version had sausage in it, but this was a totally veggie version, and I would happily make it again.
Daydreaming… Happy Friday!
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I guess baking isn’t so bad after all. This was my first attempt at making banana bread mini loafs, and I daresay it won’t be my last.
I followed a simple recipe that I found online, but used brown sugar, chopped walnuts and chocolate chips in my version. SO GOOD. Can’t wait to make this again.