I just told my sister I could live on these salads. She said it wouldn’t be a well balanced diet, so I described the ingredients. She took it back: Broccoli and Bacon Salad, Deli-Style Pasta Salad, Avacado Corn Salad
My family has an annual problem: too many gingerbread houses. Of course it’s a self-created problem, because every year we like to invite friends over for a sleepover party where … Continue reading
If I was going to list my family’s top 10 favorite dishes, I think I could confidently say this would make the top five. It’s the most common dish on … Continue reading
This garbanzo polenta is an easy, healthy dish you can put together ahead of time and broil quickly to have hot to serve with dinner. Corn, of course, was not a native grain in Italy, so this is technically a more authentic recipe anyway. I find the flavor of using chickpea flour more savory and satisfying than corn polenta, though both are delicious.
This is an old-fashioned dish that blends Native American and British ingredients and techniques to make something that is light and delicious and complements a traditionally heavy Thanksgiving dinner very nicely.
A three-ingredient recipe that goes in the crock-pot and can be made overnight or ahead to have enough for a week of breakfasts (for me anyway). Plus it recreates a dish I’ve been craving for a while.
I love salads that are packed with colorful fresh fruit or vegetables, but easy to make ahead and keep in the fridge. They’re handy for events or just when you … Continue reading
My family likes to make a big breakfast for holidays or other special occasions where we’re all up late at night talking with friends and want to extend the social … Continue reading
Kimchi is absolutely essential to Korean cuisine – it highlights the balance of sour / sweet / spicy / salty that is desired and it’s eaten with almost every meal. Napa Cabbage Kimchi is the most common kind. I’m including a video version of the recipe here for the first time, we’ll see if I have the time to do this for other recipes in the future.