What I (finally) Read Today

Last night in cooking class I got hit with the flu like a ton of bricks. I was in bed all day and am finally coming up for air. Here’s what I read when I got caught up on today’s food sections.

Melissa Clark always writes great articles and delicious recipes. In today’s NY Times, her recipe for Olive Oil Poached Halibut with mint looks so simple, fresh, and tasty. It’s a quick week night dinner that is sure to please. The Times also has a great article by Kim Severson on organic food-is it safer than non-organic? A good read…

In today’s LA Times, the Spring Soup of Greens and Pasta looks so satisfying. I love chard so it would probably be my green of choice but, the recipe suggests kale, dandelion, and beet greens as well. A perfect light and healthy soup that comes together in a snap.

Janet Fletcher wrote a great article in the SF Chronicle about Soul Food, California Style. The recipes look authentic and so yummy, especially that oven roasted chicken and the sweet potato pancakes.

Happy Cooking and Happy Reading

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