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coleslaw 03.05.2014

Superfood Cabbage Coleslaw

  Coleslaw has always been one of my favorite foods, (is that strange?) so every once in a while I make a big batch and enjoy it for days. Cabbage…

guac 12.05.2013

Guest Blogger: Tara Miko Grayless’ Guacamole with Pomegranate Seeds

I love this gorgeous green and red combination this time of year, don’t you? You can bet I’ll be serving this at my holiday get-togethers. Tara Miko Grayless is the…

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Quinoa Salad with Broccoli and Vegetables

  A dear friend of mine asked for a quinoa recipe the other day, she was entertaining a group of ten for dinner. She likes quinoa for it’s easy to…

sarma2 09.09.2013

Guest Blogger: Sarma Melngailis’ Sesame-Vegetable Noodles with Herbs

  Sarma Melngailis is the owner of one of my FAVORITE restaurants in New York City, Pure Food and Wine, and take-a-way’s, One Lucky Duck. She’s the author of two…

farro-lentil-salad 07.28.2013

Farro and Lentil Salad


  This dish is delicious and hearty for the Flexible Vegetarian, and for Modern Vegans too if you avoid the Pecorino cheese.  Farro is an ancient grain that was so…

carrots 06.06.2013

Local, Colorful, Honey Glazed Carrots

  Honey glazed carrots are a favorite at our farm, especially in the spring when the carrots are small and tender. I especially love using a variety of colors, from…

Quinoa_Root_Veg2-CR-NL_0.jpg 04.17.2013

Quinoa with Roasted Root Vegetables and Herbs

  Quinoa is one of my go-to sources of protein and a great way to satisfy your cravings for heavier carbs like bread or pasta. Here’s a side dish that…

03.13.2013

Kale Salad in a Jar

  The winner of our contest to win The Blood Sugar Solution Cookbook, by Mark Hyman, MD is Abby White! Abby submitted this Kale, Cherry, Pistachio and Brussels Salad in a Jar to us, and it made us want to stop everything and try it.  Brussels and kale are in season right now, so grab some fresh local veggies and start mixing! Abby tells us that this salad holds up well, even when  you toss it with the dressing. I’m guessing it gives the flavors a chance to meld, and the kale and brussels time to marinate. Thank you, Abby, and thanks also to the fabulous other contestants.  We received dozens of fabulous recipes, and it was a really tough call.  The good news is that I decided to name a second place winner, who will receive a copy of my anthology, Optimism!. We’re announcing that winner soon, so stay tuned. Kale, Cherry, Pistachio and Brussels Salad in a Jar Ingredients 1 bunch of Lacinato Kale, thinly sliced 1 bunch of Brussels Sprouts, sliced into thin ribbons 1/2 cup of red onion, thinly sliced 1/4 cup of dried cherries 1/4 cup of pistachio nuts Dressed with 1 tablespoons of EVOO,…

quinoa 01.16.2013

Quinoa Salad with Arugula and Grapes, from Clean Plates Cookbook

  It’s the year of quinoa, according to the United Nations, so I chose a delicious recipe from my friend, Jared Koch’s new cookbook that he wrote with Jill Silverman…

farrow-brown rice-grains 12.20.2012

Welcome, guests, to my risotto…

  I have a long standing tradition of welcoming guests with risotto. It began when I lived in New York City, and I discovered the magic technique of stirring a…

 
 
 
 
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