We’ve made a variation of this One-Pan Sausages, Apples, and Carrots recipe before; it’s so simply and tasty, it’s made it onto our regular meal plan rotation. We simply swap out the type of sausage; this time we also replaced the onion with roasted carrots. We’re always on the lookout […]
Delicious recipes that have been adapted to exclude dairy ingredients.
Our eight-year-old loved this chicken stew from Tu Casa Mi Casa with chipotle, green onions, and fresh plum tomatoes so much, he had three helpings! We served this for dinner with Slow Braised Collard Greens, and paired leftovers with sliced fresh avocado for lunch the next day.
The original recipe from Chef Enrique Olvera in Tu Casa Mi Casa included a few greens we couldn’t find at our local grocer or specialty Mexican market. So we improvised, and enjoyed the results of our creativity. We served this with a trio of roasted vegetables – golden beets, Brussels […]
Oyakodon is one of our favorite family meals; our sons argue over who can take leftovers to school for lunch the next day. It literally means “parent-child rice bowl”. In this donburi (Japanese rice bowl dish), chicken thighs are cooked in a ginger-soy sauce and a fried egg sits atop […]
As a serious bonsai artist, my husband has traveled to Japan a number of times. His trips helped us to discover the Japanese art of gift-wrapping, traditional mochi (the best sweet treat for dairy allergies!), and a love for Japanese cooking. Purchasing a copy of Nancy Singleton Hachisu’s “Japan: The […]
When my husband said he wanted to surprise me with a “fancy” Mother’s Day meal, I was excited. We generally cook together, but a few times a year, he takes over the kitchen to cook an elaborate, beautiful, and delicious meal. I’ve never considered myself a lamb fan, but this […]
When you have leftover fish, make fish tacos! Roasted sweet potatoes provide the perfect complement to savory salmon, spicy guacamole salsa, and juicy tomatoes. We made a batch of creamy Butter Salmon and shredded up the leftover fish, seasoned it with additional Kosher salt and freshly ground black pepper, and […]
Last week we brought home a few pounds of beautiful baby purple artichokes in our local farm box. We quickly steamed up a few and served them with a simple and delicious melted vegan butter and fresh lemon juice mix that our neighbor recommended. After, we still had more than […]
We do not follow the Whole30 Program, but we found this recipe in the Food Network archives and it sounded delightful. It’s light, flavorful, and colorful; the cool veggies and slightly spicy dressing are a perfect complement to grilled chicken. A plus: spiralized cucumber is crisp and festive! We prepped […]
This lean cut of pork is perfectly seasoned and not too spicy. Serve with our favorite Ricolicious, chunky avocado, and fresh tomato salsa for a colorful and complete meal. Thanks to the Food Network Kitchen for this recipe, which we adapted to make low-FODMAP friendly by omitting the garlic. The […]