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4 recipe submissions by the Mothering community.

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Teeccino, Chocolate flavor. It’s like drinking a doughnut. A no-sugar added, herbal, liquid doughnut. I mean this in the best possible way. It also reminds me of General Foods International Coffee commercials…that’s the feeling I get drinking it–without actually imbibing crappy, Euro-fetishizing, chemically laden, processed junk. It’s marketed as a coffee substitute. I actually really just like it for what it is (especially since I drink coffee already). Mung beans. About 15 minutes after I eat them, I get the most amazing feeling of well-being. I boil... read more

today's very important production aid

Trader Joe’s Dark Chocolate Espresso Beans. Chocolate, DARK chocolate. And caffeine. Just about says it all. I can always give up caffeine again in February. . . # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # # Tags: caffeine, chocolate, espresso beans This entry was posted on Monday, January 25th, 2010 at 10:19 pm and is filed under production tips, the making of a magazine. You can follow any responses to this entry through the... read more

chicken, little

So, I’ve really been trying to stretch my grocery dollar. I can be guilty of spending more on recipe ingredients than I would on going out to a restaurant. Lately I’ve been trying to see how little I can spend, and I’ve even come back to clipping an old college love, coupons.  Lately, I buy one package of boneless chicken thighs and make two dinners out of them. You can also use chicken breasts, or tofu. I know chicken breasts are more popular, but I prefer the moistness and tenderness of dark meat. Saturday, we braised the chicken in a mixture of... read more

feel like making quinoa!

what are your favorite recipes? Subscribe to the Mothering.com Blogs Feed This entry was posted on Thursday, January 8th, 2009 at 2:29 pm and is filed under greener pastures, the flavor. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. Both comments and pings are currently closed.     read more

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