sweet potato pies are often enjoyed at Thanksgiving dinners but it never interested me. i enjoy sweet potato but often it is overdone with maple syrup and sugar that it tastes like inedible candy. but while i was browsing through the recipes on T Colin Campbell Center for Nutrition Studies website, i came across a combination that intrigued me: sweet potato and pineapple. it sounded like something i could enjoy. Continue reading “recipe: sweet potato pineapple crumb pie”
so i continue my goal to try a more plant-based diet and i make another dish that looked interesting on T Colin Campbell’s Center for Nutrition Studies website. it was perfect because i bought a package of garbanzo bean / chick pea flour a while ago but didn’t get around to making anything with it yet! Continue reading “recipe: chick pea cauliflower quiche”
sometimes it helps to have some kind criteria to decide what to make for dinner. so if we have guests, i try to think what that person would like to eat. on deck tonight is mushroom and shrimp. Continue reading “recipe: grilled shrimp stuffed mushrooms”
i started watching Avec Eric on Netflix. unlike other chef introduction / travel introduction shows like Chef Table and Restaurant Australia that i have been recently obsessed with, Eric Ripert will travel and then cook a dish in homage to his visit – AND you can find the recipe online! Continue reading “recipe: cod serenata”
i had an extra eggplant lying around so i looked for inspiration online and found this list: 17 Delicious Eggplant Recipes That Everyone Will Love on Serious Eats. the one that called out to me today was this spicy one with shrimp. Continue reading “recipe: spiced shrimp and eggplant stir-fry”
i liked the roasted potatoes with lemon and chives i made a couple of months ago but today i opted to use the pressure cooker. Continue reading “recipe: pressure cooker potatoes with lemon and chives”
i was finally going to share dumplings with my little one and i was so excited! so i created a special filling with pork, vegetables and chives. instead of using eggs to bind the mix together, i used ground flax. it was a great mixture of ingredients. Continue reading “recipe: pork dumplings in bánh tráng / rice wrapper”
i had these amazing lemon and garlic potatoes at a Greek restaurant a few years ago and i have not been able to forget them! normally i’m not a big fan of overly buttered and oily food but the lemon and garlic potatoes were spectacular. Continue reading “recipe: roasted potatoes with lemon and chives”
after making the grilled mahi mahi with tamari and orange sauce, i had a lot of sauce leftover and i didn’t want to waste it so i saved it for another dish. i picked up some chicken breast and asparagus and dipped them in the leftover tamari and orange sauce. score! with the sauce on the grill, i was able to dilute it and lightly fry some leftover rice with the flavor. Continue reading “recipe: grilled chicken with tamari and orange sauce”
i had some mahi mahi in the fridge so i went online to look for a recipe. this came from an unexpected source – an appliance company with an extensive recipe library. the ingredients fit within my little one’s allergy restrictions as well as matched our flavor palette. Continue reading “recipe: grilled mahi mahi with tamari and orange sauce with side of black bean salsa”
i had some pot roast frozen so i took it out to defrost and then went online to find a recipe. the one that caught my eye had the intro: “… quick and unbelievably delicious …” and when i looked at the ingredients list, i had everything in my kitchen!
it was quick and delicious — one to add to the “TO COOK OFTEN” list. enjoy!
- pressure cooker
one of the easiest thing to make in a pressure cooker is pot roast. the meat is so tender and the vegetables are so soft and soak in all of the flavor. it is truly a wonderful, easy and no-fuss dish. i had some string beans that were going bad and just threw it in as well. delish! Continue reading “recipe: pressure cooker pot roast with vegetables”