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#KitchenMatrixCookingProject's 51 Weeks

I have long been a fan of Mark Bittman - the way he views food and cooking seem to be good for us and good for the planet. For 2018, I decided to cook my way through his kitchen matrix - Kitchen Matrix by Mark Bittman* - and invited some fellow foodie bloggers to join me.


Wendy of A Day in the Life on the Farm and Karen of Karen's Kitchen Stories were the only gals who took me up on the project. Here's an easy matrix to look through the fifty-one weeks of posts. We also have a Pinterest Board, if you want to see things there.



Or you may view the list along with the dates posted below.

January
1/2/2018             Party Dips + 3 Ways (posts here)
1/9/2018             Raw Beets + 3 Ways (posts here)
1/16/2018           Whole Duck Cassoulet (posts here)
1/23/2018           Wilted Spinach + 3 Ways (posts here)
1/30/2018           Clafoutis + 3 Ways (posts here)
February
2/6/2018             Vegetable Soup (posts here)
2/13/2018           Chicken Parts, Roasted (posts here)
2/20/2018           Potatoes, Braised (posts here)
2/27/2018           Condiments + 7 Ways (posts here)
March
3/6/2018             Quick Stock + 9 Ways (posts here)
3/13/2018           Celery + 16 Ways (posts here)
3/20/2018           Miso + 4 Ways (posts here)
3/27/2018           Pork Ribs + 9 Ways (posts here)
April
4/3/2018              Salad Greens + 12 ways (posts here)
4/10/2018            Pasta + 8 ways (posts here)
4/17/2018            Sauteed Shrimp + 3 ways (posts here)
4/24/2018            Dessert Bars, generator (posts here)
May
5/1/2018              Salsa + 12 Ways (posts here)
5/8/2018              Masa + 3 Ways (posts here)
5/15/2018            Carnitas (posts here)
5/22/2018            Mexican Soups (posts here)
5/29/2018            Ice Pops + 12 Ways (posts here)
June
6/5/2018              Spring Rolls (posts here)
6/12/2018            Asparagus + 12 ways (posts here)
6/19/2018            Corn + 12 ways (posts here)
6/26/2018            Kebabs (posts here)
July
7/3/2018              Chicken Wings + 12 Ways (posts here)
7/10/2018            Gazpacho + 12 Ways (posts here)
7/17/2018            Hard-Boiled Eggs + 12 Ways (posts here)
7/24/2018            Watermelon + 12 Ways (posts here)
7/31/2018            Cocktails + 12 Ways (posts here)
August
8/7/2018              Zucchini + 12 Ways (posts here)
8/14/2018            Tomatoes + 12 Ways (posts here)
8/21/2018            White Fish + 12 Ways (posts here)
8/28/2018            Paillards + 10 Ways (posts here)
September
9/4/2018              Slaw + 8 ways (posts here)
9/11/2018            Pears + 10 ways (posts here)
9/18/2018            Burgers + 9 ways (posts here)
9/25/2018            Cookies + 12 ways (posts here)
October
10/2/2018           Finger Foods Generator (posts  here)
10/9/2018           Meatballs + 4 ways (posts here)
10/16/2018         Grilled Eggplant + 12 Ways (posts here)
10/23/2018         Paella Generator (posts here)
10/30/2018         Pumpkin + 3 Ways (POSTPONED - SORRY!!)
November
11/6/2018           Vegetable Soup + 12 Ways (posts here)
11/13/2018         Cabbage + 12 Ways (posts here)
11/20/2018         Scallops + 12 Ways (posts here)
11/21/2018         **BONUS** Pumpkin + 3 Ways (posts here)
11/27/2018         Thanksgiving Leftovers (posts here)
December
12/4/2018           Spice Blends +10 ways (posts here)
12/11/2018         Bell Peppers +16 Ways (posts here)
12/18/2018         Brown Rice +12 ways (posts here)
12/25/2018         OFF - Merry Christmas! Happy Holidays!!

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