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This is a party pleaser. When I make Tuscan Grilled Veggies I make a TON of them & platter them up. Feel free to choose whatever veggies you have in season around you & add to the platter with lots of excellent pickled additions you find in stores around you. Marinated Artichokes, Peppers, Olives, etc […]
Ooooh! This recipe is a perfect choice to take to a holiday party – you wanna know why? Because you really want to eat it all yourself, & taking it means you get to eat it slathered all over a few slices of pita & walk away. I don’t think I would be walking away […]
Forbidden Rice Soup is purple. It’s a comforting kind of purple, with lots of veggies peeking out of the soup, but purple-ish grey is not a color that many are accustomed to when looking into their soup bowl. So be prepared. That being said, it may just be the most comforting, creamy, luscious of all […]
Put a jar of these in your fridge & watch how many food they belong on: excellent on tacos, great on salads, toss with roasted veggies, stuff into sandwiches…
I don’t remember making this recipe up. I know that I’ve made these muffins for about 15 years & have used whatever lemon I have had on hand; my go-to at home are fresh lemons but I have used lemon juice when we were out of real lemons & I have used limons off of […]
My sister says Hummus without Chickpeas is American blasphemy. I get it, which is why I am calling this a spread. But, darling Violet, it’s Cauliflower Hummus.
Take three different flavors and textures & layer them to create something vibrant, creamy, satisfying. My Maple Tahini Dressing is one of my Fill Yer Fridge recipes – meaning that it is one of my staples that I usually have in the fridge to go on lots of foods. Great for veggies, great for Buddha […]
A Mediterranean salad loaded with diced vegetables.
I first had Coriander Carrot Soup in London many years ago & instantly wondered why this soup wasn’t more popular here in the U.S. It’s a bit sweet & earthy – typically rounded out by coconut milk or cream. The last time I was in London I had the pleasure of cooking for a dinner […]
There are some plates that are meant to be eaten slowly – where every bite is a different celebration of flavor. This is that kind of plate! Thanks to my friends at Sadaf Spices I received lots of yummy spices to try out. Shwarma Roasted Beets is just one of the recipes I have developed […]