Eat More Veggies! Here’s a new way of cooking vegetables that I think you’ll love. Macrobiotic nishime style vegetables are slowly steamed until the cooking liquid has evaporated, leaving the vegetables sweet, flavorful, and creamy–but not overcooked or mushy. Here, we take it up a notch by adding some crispy pan-fried tempeh. In Japan, this dish […]
Every fall I look forward to the return of delicata squash at the market. I cook with them as often as I can because their season is limited. Baked delicata squash with onions and rosemary is one of my favorite ways to prepare this sweet and mild flavored winter squash. The squash and onions get […]
Red lentil curry is the perfect all-season, one-pot meal that’s soothing to the stomach, with coconut milk, fresh ginger, and turmeric.
This elegant apple tart is low in sugar and has a delicious almond flour crust. The perfect ending to a simple French country meal!
Now you can make vermicelli bowls like your favorite Vietnamese restaurant at home! They are the perfect summertime meal. Cooked noodles are topped with crunchy vegetables, sautéed mushrooms, flavorful herbs, and a light dipping sauce.
Tom Kha is my favorite thing to order at Thai restaurants. But it’s so easy to make at home! Make it vegan with mushrooms or add chicken for a heartier version.
Creamy fig ice cream made with coconut milk, cashews, and lemon! Lightly sweetened with maple syrup.
Coconut mango mousse is quick and easy to make with only a few ingredients– mango, coconut milk, lime, and maple syrup.
Caponata is the perfect dish to make when eggplant, tomatoes, and fresh basil are in season! Serve as a side dish or appetizer at your next gathering!
This colorful summer salad goes perfectly with almost any Italian or French menu. Fresh mint and parsley give it an extra fresh taste, and pine nuts give it a nice crunch. Hope you give it a try!
This non-dairy version of panna cotta is light and creamy and perfect for summer when strawberries are in season!
Summer corn salad is perfect for those hot summer days when you’re in the mood for something light and refreshing. Use fresh sweet corn if you can, lightly steamed and cut off the cob.