This is the first thing I made in bulk so that I could pack a couple of portions on our first 2-night trip to the coast of Washington in Pernell. … Continue reading Harira
I wish my mother had thought of making burritos from Swiss chard. I might have eaten my greens as a child and liked them. My farm box of fresh veggies … Continue reading Burritos with Beans and Greens
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 … Continue reading Radish Love
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 … Continue reading Lentils and Carrots
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
Plant based banana bread developed to protect my brain from allergy induced inflammation.