I felt very inspired after listening to the “How I Built This Podcast” with Alice Waters, the founder of Chez Panisse Restaurant (and arguably of the seasonal, local, sustainable, and organic food movement). We’ve had a copy of her cookbook, “The Art of Simple Food“, for years, and I always […]
Delicious recipes that have been adapted to exclude dairy ingredients.
The best thing about this recipe is that it produces more curry sauce than you need for dinner; save the leftovers and serve for lunch the next day with a fried egg and a scoop of rice. The recipe for turmeric coconut curry sauce comes from “Run Fast. Cook Fast. […]
We served this easy quiche for dinner alongside a fresh salad, but you could just as easily serve it for breakfast or lunch. You can change it up by mixing and matching any veggies that you have on hand – asparagus instead of broccoli, for example. We adapted this recipe […]
This bread is light and ever-so-slightly sweet from the natural flavor of ripe mangoes. All you really need is a blender and a loaf plan to make this dairy-free and wheat-free bread. It’s simple and perfect when paired with a cup of steaming hot black coffee. Enjoy!
Since we’re on vacation, we’re not doing much cooking this week. The meal plan includes a few favorites we prepared before leaving, including an improved recipe for Mango Bread. I’m also excited to include a link to a new General Goodness blog post where I share three great recipes for […]
I learned I had a dairy allergy nearly ten years ago, after suffering an anaphylactic reaction during my tenth wedding anniversary dinner. We were enjoying a fancy, French inspired meal at a winery in Paso Robles, California, when I suddenly felt very hot, my skin felt very tight, and I […]
I really noticed the changing of seasons this week; not because it got colder (we live in Northern California, after all!) but because it was dark at dinner time. You’ll notice that a few of our meal photo’s don’t look great; I’m not a professional photographer, and while I’ll try […]
This salmon dish is one of our family go-to’s because it’s easy and delicious. The recipe comes from “Run Fast. Cook Fast. Eat Slow.“, a cookbook I’ll be referencing a lot this fall while I train for a half-marathon (I’m trying to avoid getting hangry by having lots of filling […]
This recipe comes from Julia Moskin in The New York Times. It’s a simple meal, inspired by Italian techniques. I left the chicken to marinate while I prepped the potatoes. My teenager is responsible for washing the dishes after dinner; he was definitely psyched that this was a one-pot meal! […]
These pancakes are my go-to when my husband wants oatmeal and I’m in the mood for something with a little more substance.