Last week I decided to try my hand at baking falafel. It was partly because I’d never made falafel before, and wanted to give it a try, but it was also because I wanted to put my tzatziki on it. I’m not a fan of frying things, though, so the baked version seemed like the way to […]
Caramelized honey miso butter grilled corn is a delicious twist on a summer barbecue staple.
Since he isn’t a big fan (not quite a hater) of zucchini , I was a bit worried when I fed Steven these roasted tomato pesto zucchini noodles. But he took a few bites, and said, “I don’t know why we’d ever make regular spaghetti again when we can make zucchini noodles.” And then we proceeded […]
Between growing a vegetable garden and signing up for a CSA (community supported agriculture) box, I’ve been learning to get a lot more creative with vegetables. But that has kind of multiplied my choices, because at some point I learned that most of the greens that are attached to our favorite root vegetables are also edible. […]
Kale salad is not something I ever would have predicted would become a big part of my diet. Not because I didn’t like it. I just had never had it until several years ago. But then the great kale craze of the 2000s hit, and I never recovered. I probably make kale salads at least […]
Yogurt, fruit, and granola make these popsicles an excellent excuse to have a frozen treat for breakfast.
I’d like to thank the Nobel Academy for this great honor. Thank you so much for instituting a Nobel Prize for Food just so that you could give me the first one for the invention of Indian Food Nachos. I’d also like to thank my husband, Steven, whose dedication and sacrifice were essential to the […]
This recipe for gingersnap cookies meets my need for crunchy, spicy-sweet little treats. But if you like your cookies chewy, you can make them that way, too. The story of this recipe begins at that mecca of snack food, Trader Joe’s. If you’ve ever regularly shopped at Trader Joe’s, you probably know this tale of […]
Nothing says spring like rhubarb! I’m a big fan, so I made these rhubarb vanilla lemon scones to celebrate the new season. Well, I’ll pretend that was the reason. The truth is slightly more complicated.