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Hey, mere mortal here. Been there ate that.
why do we do it? I guess just to remind ourselves what yucky stuff is out there.
(You won't believe what DH found at WF! Almond horns! No wheat! like macaroons but with ground almonds, eggwhite and cane juice. Not a diet food) Now those were outrageous.

I want a Whole Foods in my city with a white-hot burning passion!!!  And the Rays (baseball team) wants to move the team about a mile down the road from where they are, to the city's waterfront, and turn the current Tropicana Field site into some sort of New Urbanist-type of live/work/play development that (depending on which RFP the city ultimately picks and on IF this whole thing comes to be--it has to go through the voters because it involves building the new stadium on waterfront park land, which is a sacreligious concept here in St. Pete, FL, and requires a referendum to the voters, as we have a string of green waterfront parks along the waterfront that are viewed as almost sacred, in terms of never building anything on them--yet another reason I love this city...but the site already has a long-standing, historic minor league ballpark on it which the new MLB stadium would replace...but I digress...) would be on 86 acres and have plenty of room for aaaaaAAAAA:  WHOLE FOODS!  And said WF would be within walking distance from ME, and that is who this whole thing is ultimately about, yes?  YES!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Anyway...while there are compelling arguments against moving the stadium and for moving the stadium and redeveloping the Trop site, I think I'm coming down on the side of the latter, especially since I have this wild hair about a WF being the perfect "regional retailer" to go in there, as we have ZERO national health food chain stores here in my city, let alone the entire COUNTY.  Zero.  We have a great, small HFS here in my city (and two cr*ppy ones, too), and I LOVE it and appreciate it.  But if a WF came to town?  Fuggedaboutit, I'd be like:  SEE YA!  No, not really, I'd probably split my shopping 50/50 between the two, but, oh joy, oh rapture!  To be able to purchase items like you just described!!!  And their own, CHEAPER store brand (365) of things that are so expensive in smaller HFS's.  I mean, it's Whole Foods, people!  Whole Foods!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!  It's whole, it's foods, it's Whole Foods!  Dean Scream/EEEEEEYAAAAH!

*tranquilizer gun aimed and SHOT at PT.  Direct hit!*

  What happened?  Everything is fading to bla--


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I'll have a glass of whatever PT is on today please?    

Indian style turnips

300g approx of rutabaga/turnip/swede diced
evoo or ghee 2 tsp
1 tsp nigella seeds (onion seed)
1 green chilli, finely chopped
1/2 tsp grated root ginger plus 10g root ginger cut into julienne (fine strips)
1 tsp turmeric
1/4 tsp red chilli, finely chopped
1 tsp coriander (black dot - optional)
1 tomato, finly chopped
salt to taste
1/2 tsp garam masala (check for avoids or make your own)
1 tbspn cilantro (coriander leaf) chopped

Heat the oil in the pan, add the nigella, chilli and ginger and cook for two mins.   Add turnips, powdered spices and cook over a low heat until tender.  Sprinkle the garam masala, coriander leaf and julienne of ginger.

Serve with lamb, beef, scambled eggs, well anything you like really!




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gorgeous recipe! thanks,LL!
and I'll join you in a glass of  whatever PT  is having!!
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I'll have a glass of whatever PT is on today please?    

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I'll join you in a glass of  whatever PT  is having!!

Giiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiirlzzz, you don't want in on the cumulative components that went into creating my personality and how it is expressed to the world!  





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Dang, it must be the orange julius!!! Drink up!
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Dang, it must be the orange julius!!! Drink up!

I'll have you know that I haven't drank an Orange Julius.  That wouldn't be compliant!  Rather, I have become Orange Julius (temporarily), as in, I have embraced my inner Juliusness in a very Orange way and I'm LOVIN' it!  It's all about April Fool's Day (although I've extended it to two days this year for some reason), doncha know.  It's nice to switch from my usual state of peppermintness to an orange state of mind, just for a change.  It's kind of a whole Creme Tangerine thing, maaaaan.  Very psychedelic sixties and cosmic.  You have to feel the colors, tastes and textures, maaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaahn.

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I can dig it....!
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Hi everyone, here's todays recipe, enjoy!  

Gatherer tomato sauce

1 tbspn evoo or ghee or other compliant oil
1 onion finely chopped
2 cloves garlic, diced
1 stick celery, finely diced
1/4pt white wine (black dot so optional)
750g chopped tomatoes (tinned is okay)
1 bay leaf (need to check if this is ok)
1 tsp tomato puree
handful of chopped fresh herbs, basil, parsley or marjoram would be nice
salt to taste

Add the oil, onions, celery and cook for 5 mins until soft but not coloured, add the garlic and cook again for another few mins.   Add the wine (or stock), then add the tomatoes, bay leaf and tomato puree.

Bring to the boil, cover and simmer gently for approx 30mins or so, do check it to make sure it doesn't dry out.    It will reduce and thicken.   Take off the heat, cool it a little then add the herbs, remove the bay leaf and season to taste.

Lovely on compliant bread, rice, pasta (compliant types), poured over roasted veggies or just as a dip.

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great sauce....you didn't mention all the meats it would be good over (turkey meatloaf?) mmm.

I made a simple but yummy dish the other night for my granddaughter ( and myself as hubby doesn't like fish.
2 halibut fillets (frozen, costco) thawed and put in pan with evoo.
high heat for a few min. then med. Flip and then add tons of fresh spinach (stuff it in and cover)
let cook for ....I don't know, five min?  (I'm just learning how to cook fish)
Add half cup of black beans (or more to taste) and some crumbled feta cheese.....cover... till looks good.
Don't overcook the fish! I added a bit of fresh salsa to mine but brown rice to hers. Yummmmmm.
apologies for the black dots.....black beans, could switch out to white,
and feta cheese....could use a bit of ricotta, then all would be compliant.
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Hi Jaynee, I forgot about the meats lol, yes tomato sauce could be lovely on a nice meatloaf, some home made sausages, burgers, or as a dip for some turkey goujons mmmmm.

I do love fish, maybe I'll pick up some haddock this afternoon, you've inspired me  


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woah- fab recipe Lakes-lady!

I have been cooking for my folks who are suffering with a flu-thingy, this made them sit-up and take notice last night lol!

Spinach and pea soup:

heat tbspn ghee, add good sprig of parsley bunch, and a rough chopped brown onion to pan.
When onion starts to turn translucent add chopped long-green-chilli, tspn of tumeric powder, 4 cloves of organic garlic cut in halves, heat further until nice and hot all through.

Add 5-6 commercial mushrooms roughly sliced, when mushrooms starting to brown add a rough chopped bunch of silverbeet/ spinach to fill your soup pan...salt and add 3-4 cups of water...bring to boil, put lid on and let spinach steam and become much less than what it was to begin with in volume.

When spinach has shrunk add a can of butter beans and simmer the lot for about 20mins with the lid on.

Then add a cup of organic peas, cook further 5 mins on simmer...

That is it, now you should have a nice vege soup ready for blending in a processor or similar to make a smooth, green velvety soup.. once blended up, spoon into bowls and serve with a splash of extra virgin olive oil and sea salt.


(So, silverbeet is that considered spinach or kale family
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sounds good, honeybee!!
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Chard is also called 'silverbeet,' and is tenderer than kale or collards -- more like spinach in the cooking.
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HoneyBee the soup looks delicious, I'll give it a try. Thanks L


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Notmeatloaf (I hate the grated carrot dry meatloaf - this ain't!)
Preheat oven to 200C. Mix about 500g lamb mince with 1 raw egg, a big handful of dried onion(or use fresh chopped onion), grated zucchini, pinch of seasalt or herbsalt, pinch each of spices like cardamom nutmeg paprika. [I know whole or ground cumin seed will work, with turmeric, not tonight though - was in last night's casserole feast]. Place in small loaf pan (we have a little glass one) and spread slices of capsicum(red pepper) over top. Squeeze half a lemon over. Bake for about an hour until contents shrink from edges a bit - takes longer in our oven. Serve with basmati rice( and steamed greens on the side. Serves four. Tastes good cold as a lunch treat too.
Options: mushrooms, garlic(we have problems with),tomato - but will make it very wet. Sometimes I put sliced onion on top with the capsicum before baking.
Most of the above would work with turkey mince too.


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sounds delicious, thanks!


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Couldnt help thinking of Jayneeo while going thro :"Greek Vegetarian Cooking" by Alkmini Chaitow.  

Millet Pie-Korakiana (serves 12)
21/2 c millet
5c water
2 vegetable bouillon cubes
1/2 large, or 1 small onion chopped
5-6 scallions, chopped
3/4c parsley, chopped
1/2c pine nuts
and/or
1/2c almonds, peeled and ground
3/4c golden raisins
5 heaped T butter
Sea salt and freshly ground pepper
Tomato sauce
Bechamel sauce

Method

Add millet to boiling salted water containing the bouillon cubes. Simmer till millet is tender, by which time all the water should have evaporated. Add all the remaining ingredients except the sauces and mix well, having removed the saucepan from the heat. Place half of the mixture in an ovenproof container and cover with tomato sauce. Add the rest of the millet mixture and pour the bechamel sauce over the top. Place in a preheated, very hot oven at 450 deg F and cook until the surface is gloden brown, about 1 hour.
(sounds like a second cousin of Biriyani)

Note: Using the same method, individual pies can be prepared in ovenproof containers. These can also be frozen or served direct from the oven.

Further Notes:

Tomato Sauce -Saltsa dae Domata-Corfu style

3 pounds canned tomatoes (including the liquid)
1c parsley, chopped
1t basil, or 3 basil leaves
1T dark brown sugar
1 1/4c olive oil
1 1/2 large onions chopped
1/3c garlic. chopped not crushed
Sea salt to taste

Method
Place all ingredients in a non stick saucepan over medium heat so that the contents are not boiling, but just gently bubbling. Stir periodically and continue for 11/2-2hrs until all the liquid has evaporated. The result will be thick tomato sauce. Freezes well.

Bechamel Sauce-Saltza Bessamel (12 portions)1 1/2c whole wheat flour (am sure other flours will work too)
8T butter
31/2-4 cups warm milk (goat or cow)
1 whole egg and 5 yolks
Sea salt and freshly ground black pepper to taste
3/4 pound hard cheese, grated (preferably Kefalotyri)

Place the flour and butter in a large non stick frying pan over medium heat. Stir gently with a wooden spoon until smooth. Gradually add milk, stirring constantly. The sauce should be thick, but not solid (Add a little more milk if too thick). Remove from the heat and add the egg, egg yolks, salt and pepper and cheese. Mix well and use immediately.

Dont forget to use compliant ingredients!


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excellent, thanks!


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They look great AC, thanks for sharing.   Can't wait to try the millet pie.
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Thanks, ac, these sound yummmy! (mmmm millet!)
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Anyone have a gatherer version pumkin pie recipe?
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Curried lamb w/ tomatoes and okra

This is a quicker version of a recipe found in the Joy of Cooking.  Im sure the original is better, but I am enjoying my version as I type.  If you want the original, PM me.  

For this version, just estimate your ingredients to suit the number of people eating.  

heat skillet and add a few Tbs evoo
add diced onions

Once they're getting soft  add in curry powder (1T?)  add more if you like

Keep stirring that around until is very fragrant.

put stove on med. high heat
Add tomato product of choice (chopped tomatoes, canned, tomato paste)  

add liquid to pan if needed.

Add lamb that has been cubed, stir

add cut okra (i did a little pre-cooking in the microwave)

add salt to taste.  Cover and let simmer for 20-30 min (until lamb is done and tender)  watch liquid level in pan.  

You can eat this as is, or spoon over brown basmati rice.

Here are the totals:
<>'s 5  (evoo, curry, tomato, okra, lamb)
sf: 2 (onion, basmati rice)
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thanks for sharing!
care to add it to recipe center?


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thanks for sharing!
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I would probably polish it up a bit first...

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