All Blog Posts Tagged 'asparagus' (5)

Things I've Learned This Week



** Daytime t.v. brings with it some seriously disturbing commercials.



** My kids are probably hungry all the time because…

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Added by Jennifer Marshall on January 30, 2015 at 3:11pm — No Comments

The Perfect Asparagus and Potato Frittata

For the longest time I've assumed that I've mastered the art of making the perfect frittata-until that memorable day when my mother-in-law offered to teach me her secret "trick." (There was no way I was going to have a frittata-off with her! At Easter, in her part of the country they make mammoth-sized frittatas, sometimes with up to 40 eggs!) Having said that (to my credit), I think my frittatas were pretty good, but now thanks to her I've finally figured out what that one little technique…

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Added by Lisa Codina on April 11, 2012 at 7:43pm — No Comments

Asparagus is not "yucky"

I was in the grocery store a couple of weeks ago and I over heard a conversation between a mother and her (maybe) 5 year old son.  They were standing next to a large display of asparagus in the middle of the produce section.  Here's what I heard:



Boy: Mom, what's that?

Mom: It's Asparagus.

Boy: Can we get some?

Mom: No, Asparagus is yucky.



This small interchange really stuck in my craw.  It took all my will power to keep myself from rushing the asparagus…

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Added by Marcie Bunker on March 5, 2012 at 9:03am — No Comments

pecan crusted sea bass



I put together a new recipe last night and it was DELICIOUS. The best part is that it's simple to make and tastes like you spent hours. I served the sea bass with grilled asparagus and small grain brown rice.



Grilled Asparagus

Soak one bunch of asparagus in water for at least an hour. Drain and coat lightly with olive oil and salt. Grill on high for three minutes.



Short Grain Brown Rice

Combine two… Continue

Added by Stefanie Mullen on August 6, 2009 at 12:44pm — No Comments

Making Cod Easy and Fun for Kids

Hi, I'm Leah Segedie, Chief Mom of Operations of Bookieboo. I've been given the opportunity to blog about my experiences with recipes on The Six O'Clock Scramble and am here to report on my second recipe.



Monday nights are some of the craziest nights at the Segedie house. I take a Tae Kwon Do class at 6pm in the next city over and with traffic,… Continue

Added by Leah on May 12, 2008 at 11:31pm — No Comments

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