Processin’ All Over The (Blog) World

by Sarah on December 27, 2011 · 3 comments

If you’ve been reading my blog for awhile (or really, if you’ve ever even glanced over at it while someone else was reading it), you know I consider myself pretty good at making two things: nut butter and hummus.

Considering the love affair I have with my food processor, and the fact that nut butter and hummus have their own sections on my personal “MyPlate.gov” image, this should not surprise anyone.
[Insert doctored-up ClipArt image of the MyPlate symbol with hummus and nut butter added in place of dairy and meat that I am too lazy to make.]
Today, I am spreading my love and talent in the nut butter-and-hummus-making competitions of the virtual world just a little further.*
*I did just google “farther vs. further.” I think I chose correctly since this is a metaphorical use and I’m not actually running anywhere while simultaneously making hummus or nut butter. Although that would be fun.^
^And only the hummus-and-nut butter making…not the running.
First, head over to the lovely Lean Green Bean Lindsay’s blog and investigate the one time it is OK to cheat [and how to make the Mexican Chocolate Peanut Butter I tempted you with a week or so ago].
If this picture doesn’t sell it, well I just don’t know what else I can do.*
*That is some chocolate-flavored peanut butter porn right there, y’all.
Once you’re finished with that, hop on over to the Breathe Magazine blog, where I reveal a new hummus recipe.

And before you say, “But Sarah, you just GAVE us a hummus recipe yesterday…and it also had rosemary in it!”
Well, you’re right.
Oops.
But this is the original, the one based on a Sabra hummus that made my mouth so happy I went like this:

And that’s funny.
So read about it anyway.
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Fran@BCDC December 27, 2011 at 7:59 am

Bad Sarah…I'm supposed to be getting back on track and you're tempting me with two of my favorite things…well they're both healthy if made properly AND they both give me protein which could shut Ralph up for awhile about the whole "you need more protein" thing…ok…Good Sarah, Excellent! Contgrats on the magazine recipe!!

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Kris December 27, 2011 at 1:57 pm

farther is physical distance, further is a bus… ;)

I need to get all up in this hummus. I love rosemary, and just bought some with no plan! I must have known?

and the chocolate peanut butter. I have no words. Mmm.

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Christin@purplebirdblog December 28, 2011 at 2:13 pm

I misuse further a lot on purpose to piss Alex off… I'll say "It's further away than that," and he'll go "Oh yeah, how fur??" Never gets old. ;)

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