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In our What’s for Dinner? segment, we’ve got eggplant, pepper, onion, tomato, and chickpea stew.
In our How’d You Make That? segment, it’s the ins and outs of baked homemade buffalo cauliflower
In our Wildcard segment, we’re talking food plans for Labor Day weekend which is, unimaginably, here.
And in What We’re Loving this week, it’s pepper jelly.
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4 thoughts on “Episode 329: Summer Veggie Stew, Buffalo Cauliflower, and Labor Day Eats”
Hello Joy and Marisa,
Olio is an app available in cities all over the world that is working towards reducing food waste through sharing excess or unused food. Looks like there is a community in Philly.
Anyone interested can listen to an interview with the woman who started the program here : https://deliciouslyella.com/podcast/food-waste-and-climate-change/
This looks very cool and interesting! Thanks for sharing. I will check it out!
Hi Ladies. As usual I enjoyed listening and learning from the latest podcast. I have an unrelated question i hope is ok to ask you both. Wondering what you both think of taking collagen peptides as a supplement? Tia.
I think that supplements are a personal choice. I know a number of people who use and appreciate collagen, but it’s not really something we can advise you to do or not do.