Recent Recipes From Chow Down Beantown

You may have noticed the apparent lack of recipes on Just Add Cheese as of late. We’re sorry! We just like going out more than cooking! It’s more fun. Especially because we’re not exactly magicians in the kitchen, if you know what I mean. That’s not to say we don’t love cooking; we haven’t stopped experimenting in the kitchen and trying our hand at new recipes. Now we just throw our intermittent recipes up on our Boston.com blog, Chow Down Beantown, instead.

We’ve found that our lovely JAC readers love going out just as much as we do and Boston.com prefers recipes. Boston.com readers also like to make ridiculously absurd comments on recipe posts that provide endless LOLz and entertainment. The top two most ridiculous post comments were from the  Pasta Fagiloi Soup post (apparently Italian people get pissed if their soup is named incorrectly — as an Italian I apologize for this) and Beef Barbacoa (which apparently makes Chipotle fans really mad — for this I absolutely will not apologize).

Anyway, here are some of the recipes we’ve posted on Boston.com in the past few months. All of which are relatively healthy AND easy to make! Enjoy…

pasta fagioli

Pasta Fagioli Soup

spinach and apple salad

Spinach, Apple and Fennel Salad with Toasted Walnuts and Parmesan

crispy skinned halibut

Crispy Skinned Halibut with Spinach And Tomatoes

butternut squash bread pudding

Butternut Squash Bread Pudding

balsamic carrot salad

Balsamic Carrot Salad

Slow Cooked Barbacoa

peaches wrapped in Prosciutto

Peaches Wrapped In Prosciutto Over Salad 

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2 Responses to Recent Recipes From Chow Down Beantown

  1. Dan says:

    A wise person once said….”haters gonna hate” , Pasta Fagioli Soup and the Slow Cooked Barbacoa were both bomb!

  2. Karen says:

    The photos of your dishes look great. I’m a New Englander by the way and there really are some great restaurants in Boston. Wish it was closer to home.

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