Bright, beautiful color for the winter dining. Blood orange and tangerine slices nestle among radicchio leaves, topped with shaved fennel and reserved fronds. A simple citrus vinaigrette is drizzled lightly, for a beautiful winter fruit salad. A simple salad for the season–Blood Orange, Fennel & Radicchio Salad, a colorful little jewel for your table.
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February 21, 2018
I have been cooking with miso for many years, but recall a time not so long ago that I could not find miso at the local grocery store. I was always health-food-store-bound. Now it’s easy to find, found along side tofu (another new feature to the supermarkets) found in the refrigerated section . You may have some experience with miso — or you might know nothing about it other than the fact that it’s a dense paste and not even edible directly from the container. Either way, here’s some of the magic of cooking with miso, recipes that are an easy place you can start.
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November 11, 2017
SIMPLE. There is that word again and coupled with everyday beauty in the kitchen, another little jewel recipe to share. Marinated Cantaloupe Salad with Honey, Black Pepper & Basil.
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June 4, 2017
Mirabile dictu! It truly is wonderful to say that my second digital cookbook From the Garden is here, in the SHOP and ready for download today!
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June 1, 2017
Does the world really need another kale salad? Probably not, but it can’t hurt! Kale Salad with Golden Raisins, Pine Nuts, Tahini & Sumac, inspired from the California treasure Gjelina Restaurant–the simple little jewels.
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May 18, 2017