Incan grain, Spanish flavors. Sort of. This protein-rich pilaf is reminiscent of paella, but a lot easier, and made from 100% plants.
This dessert is easy to make. It requires patience, but no skill. It’s also grain-free, and about 50% vegetable; rich with dairy, and sweet with jaggery. Toddlers love it. Grown-ups devour it.
The egg salad to end all egg salads! The flavor profile of Debra’s classic potato salad, now paleo. Creamy yet crispy. Rich yet fresh.
A rich broth, heady with garlic and redolent of herbs. A sprinkle of parmesan. Even a crust (sort of). Peasant food, perhaps, but peasant food fit for a queen.
Not much muss, definitely gourmet. I’ve made this mushroom dish for years, but now I add in greens .This is great spooned over polenta or pasta or anything!
For those of you who love the taste of Chicken Marbella (salty-sweet-tangy-briny-garlicky), here’s a new twist: a vegan dish, made with some of my favorite ingredients.
A thanksgiving tradition. A coming of age ritual. A joy. A chore. An intimidating task. We demystify the ritual, and streamline the process.
A miso-cumin dressing provides a savory counterpoint to sweet roast butternut in this surprisingly easy, satisfying and elegant presentation.
“A savory pancake crossed with a fritter. An unleavened rice-and-lentil bread cooked on a griddle. One relative says, “like omelets – without the eggs.” Another calls them ‘Indian latkes.'”
Summer meets Fall, crunchy meets creamy, rich meets refreshing, in this bright and cheerful Meal-in-a-Bowl
I love that there is still organic butternut squash and chard in my garden. And cheese is one of my weaknesses. I love it. Toss these three together with some rosemary and you’ve got another winner!