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Sanctuary Bowl

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The ideas for “bowls” in the back of Appetite for Reduction are worth the price of admission, in my humble opinion. Usually I’m a little annoyed when cookbooks say “use any bean or grain or dressing you want”: it seems like a bit of a cop out. However, when Isa says it, and because she accompanies that phrase with so many sample recipes for bowls, I’m not annoyed at all, just inspired. Especially since all the dressings in Appetite are so delicious. This one uses the Sanctuary Dressing, which is the book’s version of Ranch Dressing (it looks like I used a lot in the photo, but that’s just because it’s what’s teetering on top of all that goodness underneath). Now, it’s no Green Goddess Garlic dressing, or Caesar Chavez Dressing (both from the book)–but complaining about that is analogous to Michael Jackson being upset that sales for Bad didn’t reach the level of sales for Thriller. The rest of this bowl is leftover Pineapple Rice (also from the book), steamed broccoli, shredded carrot, and beautiful anasazi beans.


Written by phdelicious

February 14, 2011 at 1:19 am

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  1. I’ve yet to make a bowl from AFR, but now I really want a bowl.


    February 22, 2011 at 7:27 pm

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