Wednesday, September 24, 2014

Linkapalooza

This baby is five. What?
ZOMG. These are for you, with love. I am so, so happy that you asked. Anything else? xo
Oh, and p.s.: These are recipes I'd published earlier, in a different incarnation as a food writer, and since they've disappeared from the internet, I am republishing them here. In case you're like WTF?

Mexican Chicken Salad with Buttermilk Lime Dressing
Perfect Sauteed Chicken with (or without) Mushrooms
Baked (but gooey) Macaroni and Cheese
Whole-Wheat Pasta with Chickpeas and Lemon
Cozy Noodels with Ham and Peas
Brown-Butter Whole-Wheat Shortbread
Fish with Brown-Butter Sauce
Chile Tortilla Eggbake
Smoky Saucy Chickpeas with Spinach
Chocolate Zucchini Cupcakes
Roasted Cauliflower Salad
Classic Pot Roast
Corn Chowder
Dinner Beans
Beef Satay with Peanut Sauce
Fantastic Fearless Five-Minute Bread (no-knead)
Soft and Sticky Gingerbread
Pork Chops with Maple-Cider Cabbage
Pork Roast with Apples and Cider-Cream Gravy
Zuke-a-Ganoush
Pink Pink Beet-Walnut Dip
Asian-Style Chicken Salad with Ginger-Miso Dressing
Winter Sunshine Bars
Potato-Leek Soup
Rosemary Caramel Popcorn
Miso Kale Chips
Caramelized Brussels Sprouts
Tart-Cherry Brownies
Whole-Wheat Pasta with Broccoli Pesto and Garlicky Breadcrumbs
Banana Muffins

Edited to add:
Yummy Buttermilk Biscuits
Yeasted (Croissant-Scented) Waffles
Salted Caramel Popcorn
Camping and Eating
Instant Instant Oatmeal
Crunchy Oven Fries
Hummus Among Us
Lemony Broccoli Pasta with Chicken (OMG! I forgot!)
Apple Pie Tutorial

57 comments:

  1. If you were my own child, I could not love you more. It's like we won the lottery. These links! Thank you.

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  2. YAYYYYY! Thanks, Catherine! Can you add the Adobo-Style Pork Carnitas? I sincerely love your cooking!

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  3. Tis here already! Please do check out the recipe index at the top right!
    http://benandbirdy.blogspot.com/2013/02/adobo-carnitas.html

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  4. Thank goodness for all your readers with better memories than mine. I will try very hard to think if there is anything else before this magical week of recipes is over and I find myself typing in "Catherine Newman ______" only to be met with a broken link.

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  5. Wow. Thank you. Dinner for October is covered. Mwah!

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  6. Anonymous10:24 AM

    Cannot wait to make chicken with mushrooms! I love your recipes so much that ... maybe... some day I will buy spelt flour (?)
    Emily T

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  7. Anonymous12:07 PM

    Thank you so much from Toronto, especially for the fish with brown butter that I was going to request too!
    Was there a lemony chicken pasta with broccoli or am I just convinced that all the good recipes come from you?
    Any of your 'gift' recipes would also be welcome ... I think there were flavoured brandy and vinegars to name a few?
    Perhaps you'd just like to write a cookbook? Thanks again - Helen

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    1. Helen, check out the holiday listings. . . some of them might be in that index! Lemony chicken pasta. Gosh. Let me look!

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    2. Okay! I added it. You have a great memory! xo

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  8. Anonymous12:49 PM

    Thank you!! I am going to do a Ben-and-Birdy Dinnerparty. (I am serious about that - it will be mac and cheese, mac and cheese also maybe some cookies)
    How about buttermilk biscuits? Or Yeasted Waffles? 5 Minute Bread (I thought it was on here, but now I cant find it) and really all breakfast appropriate freshly baked carbs. :-)

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    1. 5-minute bread is here, above, no less! And I just added the biscuits and waffles for you. xoxo

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    2. Anonymous4:38 PM

      Thank you!!! I found the bread recipe too. Seems like I was really stuck on it starting with the actual number 5, which is why I couldnt find it.
      I think I will have buttermilk biscuits for breakfast tomorrow. There is buttermilk in the fridge and not much else.

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  9. Anonymous12:55 PM

    1. Thank you!
    2. Please put these in a book, on amazon, so I can pay for them properly. Please think about it because I would love it.

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    1. I agree, I would totally buy a Catherine Newman cookbook.

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    2. Me 3!!
      Actually an e-book of links would do :) But a real book would be awesome…x

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  10. Thank you thank you! 'Tis lovely!

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  11. Wow, I'm going to need a second recipe binder now! Thanks to you and all your lovely readers for remembering so many great recipes. Can't wait to start trying these.

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  12. 1. Thank you Catherine!
    2. Am I allowed to make another request? If so, can you post your delicious polenta recipe? Thank you!

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    1. Dear NP, I started to post it, and then felt weird because I don't really make it like that anymore. I'm going to post a new polenta recipe soon, where you do the whole thing in the oven. But email me and I'll happily send you the old one! dalaimamablog@yahoo.com xo

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  13. Yay yay yay yay!!!! I was flipping out last week because I couldn't find the chile tortilla egg bake and I needed to make it for a teacher breakfast. And then I realized I printed it approximately five zillion years ago and all I had to do was look in my own kitchen! So excited to have all these perfect recipes in one place. Thank you so much!! (Sorry for all the exclamation. I am just way excited.)

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  14. Can you puleeze just publish a cookbook that we would buy millions of copies of? Pretty please, we love your recipes!!!

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  15. It appears if the most crackety crack recipe you ever wrote is not here? The Salted Caramel Popcorn from Wonderfime? Also Instant Oatmeal and the camping food. I have all of these personally, but would hate for anyone to miss out on cleaning their kitchen sink in order to dump freshly made caramel all over it. (We bought a popcorn bowl. Works just as well without the scrubbing.)

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    1. Okay. Thank you! Added the crackety crack. Instant oatmeal and camping food! I will get on it. xoxooooooxxxxxxx

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  16. OK, I thought of one! Your Ina Garten-inspired granola bars, please?

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    1. Didn't I write you back already about this? Where I tried to convince you to make the cherry-almond misery bars instead? No?

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    2. It is always possible that I am going crazy.

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    3. No, I don't think so, unless the email is lost in the Internet ether. And I tried to convert the kiddos to liking the Misery Bars better, but no luck.
      Another thought I had was the black bean dip, with the white bean variation?

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    4. Okay! I added them. Thank you for being patient. xo

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  17. Just made zucchini yum dip. Amazing! We also like the spinach balls I cut with scissors. Thank you, will keep on tasting!

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  18. Thank you, thank you, thank you! I am enjoying reading the words that go along with each one...

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  19. Loving all these links and tabs on the right side. Any chance you might add a tab with links to your posts with favorite books recommendations. More than once I have tried to open the "bad ideas for stuff" under the blog title. :) And when will your next book be out?

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    1. Oh, I do always mean to. Thank you for the kick in the pants.

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  20. So much *yay* here! Thank you.

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  21. Shoot - thought of another. Oven fries!

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    1. Yes, please, oven fries!!

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  22. Anonymous2:59 PM

    Just made your roasted pork with apples and onions last night -- amazing! Even my teenage non-pork eater ate it!

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  23. I am shocked I forgot to request your apricot pot roast. I make it for myself every year on my birthday. Still my all time favorite!

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    1. Apricot pot roast is here. I'm almost positive. Check the index! I will too. xo

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    2. Thanks Catherine! Although I sheepishly admit that if I am feeling lazy about opening a can of tomato paste...or even feeling lazy about committing to a squeezy tube of tomato paste...I just use ketchup. It works and adds a little extra zip and sweetness. That is really kind of 1950's of me, now that I think about it.

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  24. Huh. That was weird. I asked for the oatmeal recipe and then after reading it, realized that I make it an entirely different way now! So I pulled out the cookbook (which I rarely do since I have it memorized) and saw that I've entirely crossed out your recipe and wrote my own! Hilarious. I have four kids, so everything is tripled for one thing, and no dates for another, and the whole thing is by weight because it's just so much easier (I dump directly into the blender while it is sitting on a scale). But... thanks for being the first person to tell me that you can make instant oatmeal this way! You've saved me thousands of dollars I'm sure.

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    1. Ha ha. That is so perfect!

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  25. Oh, no--your Pork So Good It Could Make You Cry recipe has disappeared. Please reappear it sometime in the cold months so we can enjoy again! Thank you!!!

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  26. I just made your carrot salad with the peanuts and fish sauce which luckily I have memorized. Still so good!

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    1. I added it! Thank you for the reminder. xo

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  27. Another request for the Pork So Good recipe... I have searched and searched and can't find it anywhere.

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