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NPR has a new program called “Cook Your Cupboard.” People call in and share whatever random ingredients they have on-hand and chefs help them come up with ideas for what to make. It’s not a contest; the ingredients are not totally outrageous; there’s no time limit. The premise for the program is really quite simple – help home cooks avoid waste, get creative and make the most of their pantry. Good stuff!
I do this all the time. I survey my pantry, my refrigerator, my garden, and whatever else I have on hand for what needs to be used and let it inspire me. Most recently, I had a pound of mushrooms that needed attention. I had farro in the pantry, Parmesan cheese in the fridge, and parsley and lemons in the garden. This was delicious, savory and very satisfying. I also have Food52 to thank – do you know it?
Yield: 1 9-inch pie ~ 8 pieces This isn’t pizza pie like you get at the pizzeria. This is literally a vegetarian pizza topping as filling in a pie. Oh my. Take the filling and make it yours. This version includes chard, mushrooms and roasted red peppers. You could substitute some of your other favorite […]
Yield: 8 5-inch square tarts (perfect as a starter, light meal or side dish) To make these little tarts even more savory, I added some chopped Canadian bacon to the mushroom saute. You may skip this step and they’re still delicious! Ingredients: 1 package frozen puff pastry sheets (2 sheets), thawed olive oil 12 ounces crimini […]