A Debra’s take on the Hawaiian take on sushi…
Ahhh, cobblers…! Mostly fruit, some whole grains, a little healthy fat and unrefined sweeteners. Easy to make, easy to bake. Serve with ice cream for dessert, or yogurt for breakfast.
One of the great global street foods comes home. Debra’s rendition adds a touch of buckwheat (instead of wheat flour), for depth of flavor and no gluten.
This is not a typo!
‘Best of Boston’ Boston Magazine and ‘Best Mail Order Food Gift’ The New York Times, are just a few of the rave reviews Stark Sisters has garnered. Bon Appetit called it “one of the best we’ve ever tasted.” Featured in Boston Globe as “Hit of the Week,” Stark Sisters was dubbed “the Ultimate Granola.” For
This Persian egg-and-herb fritatta is more herb than egg, almost a salad. Fresh greens and eggs celebrate the return of spring and fertility.
Mango, papaya, pineapple… granted, the kiwis are from New Zealand, and the berries are European in origin. Still, we’re going to call this one “tropical.” Because that’s how it feels!
with Nuts and Seeds over Forbidden Black Rice
This soup isn’t a traditional chowder. But we’re going to call it a chowder anyways, because it’s creamy and chunky at the same time. Red lentils (masoor dal) cook quickly and melt into the base of rich coconut milk, bright tomatoes, and gentle spices. Shiitake mushrooms give you something to chew on, and you can
Roast veggies. Moroccan spice powder. Japanese breadcrumbs. Indian clarified butter. Italian (sort of) pesto. A rich, mostly plant-based roast for the last nights of winter.
This will take you literally 15 minutes, tops. It’s all sorts of green. It’s hearty, tastes great, works equally well as a side and a main, and you only have to clean one pot. What’s not to love? It also uses some ingredients you may not be familiar with. Trust me: get them. And not