I don’t make nearly enough soup. I ate it for lunch all the time when I lived in NY, but (until recently) there hasn’t been a easy nearby soup place and I often just don’t think about making it at home. So it was a great thing when I came across broccoli in the store and the desire to make soup overcame me. Both broccoli and cauliflower soups are in my top five favorite soups, so I was all pumped about this. Of course, then I got distracted by other things and didn’t remember the soup until it was too late and the broccoli had to be discarded. I hate it when I do that. So I went out, bought

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Sweaty, panting, strips of hair sticking to the back of the neck, thighs burning – yep, that was me biking to the grocery store earlier this week. I can’t explain why I decided that biking to the grocery store in the middle of the day during a Georgia summer seemed like a good idea to me, but I’m going to blame it on my roommate who is a bicycling fiend. Regardless of what short in my brain prompted me to do this, I arrived at the DeKalb Farmer’s Market, wet, smelly and craving a galette. And not just any galette – a savory galette with flaky pastry packed to the brim with chicken, herbs and vegetables.


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