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Lasagne Verdi with Sage+Walnut Pesto

Greetings from the new MyOrangePot.com headquarters! 9 months since my last blog post, 8 months since I’m experiencing a writer’s block, 1 month since I’m reunited with my kitchenware, Finally I am ready to just dig myself out of this rut and start getting my cook-writer hat on again! New York and New Jersey is […]

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#Weekly_Canteen Menu for February 12

Here we go again, Friends! Did you enjoy your dinner last Thursday? 🙂 New menu for Thursday, February 12 is now ready for your perusal. Menu can also be downloaded here: Menu February 12 Some sneak peak on what are featured on the menu: our beloved Ultimate Chocolate Cupcakes – made with 100% whole wheat flour, […]

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Everybody loves Pizza!

Have you ever found yourself in a situation when you have a group of people coming over to your house with different dietary restrictions – halal, vegetarian, vegan, kosher, no red meat, no seafood, no vinegar, no this no that? Okay, I have never had all the aforementioned restrictions all in one go, but I often […]

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Asparagus + mint + lime barley risotto

Apologies for the delay, but here’s the second recipe I promised for asparagus celebration. Jamie Oliver’s recipe bank is almost always my first go to place in search of inspiration for seasonal foods. I have a bunch of his cookbooks – at one point in time I even had all of them, but the man […]

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Fusionasta: Prawns-Umeboshi-Shiso Pasta

Hello 2012 and I am back! You are probably wondering where the hell I have been and what precisely I was thinking, since I started a blog and immediately went M.I.A. The answer to that is… a very eventful 2.5 weeks girly road trip with my sister and our beloved friend to (predominantly) USA West […]

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Aubergine Parmesan

Melanzane alla Parmigiano

My colleague who is always quite productive in his little patch – came to the office bearing a basket full of produce that he couldn’t take to his Obon holiday place in Oita and said, “Take it away, do what you want with them, just don’t throw them away.” Looking at the contents of the […]

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