Stealth Cooking

Stealth Cooking Stealth Cooking has tips and techniques on making meals healthier, while still delicious. Some tips can be stealthy, others are simple tricks that work. The results have worked for me and my family, I hope they're equally successful for you.

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Quick Pickled Green Beans

Aug 24, 2015
Quick Pickled Green Beans

I've been craving pickled green beans, and luckily have a large batch of green beans freshly harvested from the garden. Just add a few spices, and voila - here's a way to keep those green beans fresh in the frig for the next few weeks!Ingredients:1 pou...

Salad of Blistered Shishitos with Corn and Tomatoes

Aug 18, 2015
Salad of Blistered Shishitos with Corn and Tomatoes

Here's a salad that makes the most of end of summer vegetables - sweet corn, peppers, and tomatoes, mixed up with the southwestern taste of cilantro (and a little kale thrown in for extra goodness).Ingredients:1 tsp. extra virgin olive oil1 cup whole s...

Kale Salad with Farro and Cherries

Aug 10, 2015
Kale Salad with Farro and Cherries

Here's another rendition of a hearty salad. This one tastes of lazy summer days, spent day dreaming of climbing cherry trees and enjoying their sweet fruit.Ingredients:1/2 cup 10 minute farro1 cup water2 cups baby kale, chopped into 1 inch pieces1 cup ...

Cold Beet and Carrot Soup

Aug 4, 2015
Cold Beet and Carrot Soup

It's still very hot here, so cold soup is a sure hit. This can be made early in the day, then chilled in the refrigerator until ready to eat. Add a salad, and a piece of toast, and you're good to go for either lunch or dinner.Ingredients:6 carrots, pee...

Carrot Salad with Lovage

Jul 29, 2015
Carrot Salad with Lovage

I've just discovered lovage at last weekend's farmer's market. When I see something I haven't tried before, I usually ask the vendor about it ... and try it. Some things I like, some things I don't. But, lovage! Lovage is an old herb, and isn't seen of...

Shrimp Louie

Jul 22, 2015
Shrimp Louie

Here's a salad that can be made up ahead of time, then eaten cold. Just make and cook the individual parts: the dressing, eggs, asparagus, and shrimp, ahead of time, then refrigerate until meal time. Assemble just before eating. This is excellent for t...

Cherry Clafoutis

Jul 14, 2015
Cherry Clafoutis

What better day than Bastille Day for clafoutis! Clafoutis (or clafouti) is a French custard type dish that hails from the Limousin area. It's typical for this dish to be made with dark cherries, including the pits. The reason the pits are left in is b...

Salmon Salad with Cherry Sauce

Jul 8, 2015
Salmon Salad with Cherry Sauce

This salad combines two of my favorite foods from the Pacific Northwest - fresh salmon and cherries. Both are still available fresh in my market here. I know the cherry season is quickly coming to an end. If cherries aren't available, you can just as e...

Fruit Salad with Tequila Lime Sauce

Jul 2, 2015
Fruit Salad with Tequila Lime Sauce

I tasted this tequila lime sauce at a B and B we stayed at in Sedona, Arizona,  The Adobe Village Graham Inn. The owners serve up a delicious three course breakfast every morning. The first course is usually a fruit salad, they served this sauce o...

Tacos with Roasted Vegetables

Jun 23, 2015
Tacos with Roasted Vegetables

Here's some of summer's best vegetables, tossed with spices, roasted to bring out their sweetness, topped with fresh flavors, then all wrapped up in a soft fresh tortilla. Can Taco Tuesdays get any better than this?Ingredients:2 Tbs. olive oil2 cloves ...

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