For many people, fish sticks are a staple of childhood; they’re certainly easy to pull from the freezer and bake on a busy weekday evening. Conventional mass-market fish sticks include a lot more than just fish – ingredients like wheat and corn flour, sugar, whey, and canola and/or soybean oil. […]
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In Jewish cooking, latkes are delicious pan-fried pancakes made of grated white potatoes and onions, with matzo meal used as a binder. I generally wait for fall and winter to make latkes, but when we received a butternut squash in our farm basket in late summer, I had a hankering […]
I’m particularly pleased with this recipe. I was able to utilize hazelnut pulp (from homemade hazelnut milk) and create an original recipe that tasted great and is easy to reproduce. The scones aren’t too sweet, with hints of strawberry, cocoa, and hazelnut. My recommendation: enjoy these toasted with nut butter […]
If you’re not familiar with Poke, it can best be described as diced raw, marinated fish – often tuna or salmon – which is tossed over rice and topped with vegetables and super-flavorful sauces. The word Poke means “to slice or cut” in Hawaiian. This recipe from Bon Appetit requires […]
This recipe comes from “Bi-Rite Market’s Eat Good Food“. String beans are a great veggie for a family dinner. They’re available fresh or frozen, and have a mild, sweet taste that easily conforms to whatever seasoning and flavor combinations you apply to them. This side dish comes together in less […]
Larb is a classic Lao meat salad served at room temperature, making it perfect hot weather food. The seasoning for the meat is spicy; the lettuce wraps are crunchy and light; and serving the dish with raw vegetables or salad offers beautiful contrast. We served Spicy Sesame String Beans as […]
After falling in love with a basic recipe for chia pudding we adapted from “Tu Casa Mi Casa”, we’ve begun to iterate and create variations on the original. The Strawberry Cashew Chia Pudding we made using homemade strawberry cashewmilk was delicious. This version uses almond milk and matcha green tea […]
We adapted this recipe from the Whole Life Challenge website. The original recipe used turkey, and you could just as easily use chicken. We opted for pork cutlets which we broiled in the oven and served on top of the tart stew.
We’ve been making homemade nut milks, both almond and cashews. It’s a lot easier than we thought, as most of the time is passive while you wait for the nuts to soak in water. The one element we dislike in the process, is after blending the soaked nuts in fresh […]