Tag: gluten-free

Tofu Frittata With Oyster Mushrooms and Tarragon

There was a time when I scoffed at tofu, associating it with virtue-signaling vegetarians, as ridiculous as the Birkenstocks and sandals set who went to work as Wall Street traders. Well, sometimes a girl has to reassess her assumptions. Tofu is not only a valuable source of plant-based protein, low in saturated fat, it can …

Radish Love

Why haven’t I roasted radishes before? How fantastic they are, their peppery edge mellows, turning sweet, and the green stems are a wee bitter and nutty in all the best ways. Cut radishes in half and toss with olive oil and salt. Place the tray into an oven heated to 400°F (200°C). Cook for 15 …

Lentils and carrots

This recipe is based on one from Diana Henry, which I found several years ago in her book titled Plenty: Good, uncomplicated food for the sustainable table. This is a wonderful dish that has stood the test of time. I come back to it over and over when I’m after an easy, nourishing dinner. Its …

Apple and Oat Scones

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 for me. Although I appreciate the perfect British scone, it serves mostly as a delivery vehicle for homemade strawberry jam and clotted cream. What I …

Cauliflower Pizza base

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 virtuous without sacrificing cheese or salami. My husband likes this so much that he asks me to make it often. The base is gluten-free if …