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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 […]
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…
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 […]
Some foods make me feel like a cat; I just wanna curl up around the bowl & purr. My recipe for Broiled Eggplant, Tomatoes & Lentils is just such a food. It’s easy to cook, hearty, healthy & a family pleaser. Awesome with some hearty bread, in a Buddha Bowl, as one of many appetizers […]
The sweetness of Sweet Potatoes really needs acid & earthy bitterness to balance it; even as a young kid I just couldn’t understand that Thanksgiving dish with the Marshmallows. This recipe adds the heat of fresh Ginger Root, acid of Lemon Juice, almost garlic of Shallot to the sweetness of the Honey to make a […]