What I really love about this recipe is the kimchi. The smoky heat, sour brine, and the crunchy cabbage make this dish soar. Also super fast and easy, this is … Continue reading Beef And Kimchi Stir-Fry
Eggplant Parmesan is one of my most favorite things in the world, but making a traditional version of it at home isn’t easy. Mulitple steps and the time they demand … Continue reading A Lighter Eggplant Parm
My husband is a southerner raised on collard greens and pot liquor. I am not. Each time I’ve tried a side of collards at a local BBQ joint near our … Continue reading Braised Collards with Chickpeas and BBQ Sauce
I went to England last summer and had authentic scones, which are nothing like what results from this recipe. I need to state that up front before the purists come … Continue reading Apple and Oat Scones
Quick and easy to make, this pizza is super nourishing and free from sin, unless of course you overload it with sinful toppings. Up to you!! I keep it relatively … Continue reading Cauliflower Pizza base
When I began cooking I thought I needed a recipe to roast a chicken. I turned to Ina Garten, whose The Barefoot Contessa Cookbook, her first of many, was given … Continue reading Roast Chicken
Beets weren’t a loved vegetable in our house when I was growing up. They came from a can, their juices staining my mother’s hands. Mom was the only one who’d … Continue reading Why beets? What’s so comforting about them?
This is an improvised meal I made at home during the Covid-19 lockdown. It serves two people, but you can easily increase the yield by doing a bit of your … Continue reading Chicken Piccata with spiraled beets and zucchini
Plant based banana bread developed to protect my brain from allergy induced inflammation.
To write about food and hunger is to write about power and love. MFK Fisher asserted as much in the introduction to her book, The Gastronomical Me. This understanding made … Continue reading Why another food blog?