Last week I received a request for ideas about what to make during Passover. I knew I had to come up with something wonderful, so here’s a very special little recipe just for you, Nancy! Continue reading
Looking for something to do with those collards?! Still trying to figure out what to do with that millet you bought in a weak moment a few months ago already? This is what you’ve been waiting for! What I love most about this beautiful recipe is the unusual and complementary pairing of greens and grains to highlight their different tastes and textures. Once you get the hang of it, you may even want to try it with other grains, like polenta (corn) or brown rice. Don’t skimp on the stock — water just doesn’t give it as much flavor. Continue reading
Here’s a great, simple recipe from my friend’s friend’s daughter-in-law. We’re practically family! Check out Marci’s blog at veggingattheshore.com. You can say that YHIOYP sent you.
P.S. Note the regionalism in her blog title: that kind of talk is something you’ll hear only in Philadelphia and South Jersey. If you live in that part of the country, you would never say that you’re going to the beach. It’s “down the shore” for you! I have so many great memories of the Jersey shore, where the food is great and the living is easy. Continue reading
This is the kind of thing that you can often rustle up from things you already have in the kitchen. Like my mom always says, if you have a can of beans, then you have a meal! Continue reading
Here’s a sweet little recipe, something to do with cranberries that I am sure NEVER occurred to you before! It makes a perfect appetizer or salad course for a Thanksgiving meal. Happy Thanksgiving from our home to yours… Continue reading
Take all your favorite fall flavors, and mix them up in a big beautiful bowl! This is a wonderful dish for company, but the leftovers (if there are any) the next day are even better. Continue reading
This recipe is a super-delicious, uber-nutritious gift from a dear friend. He says it was inspired by Michael Symon’s 5 in 5, but this version is vegan! Serve it in a beautiful, brightly colored bowl, and put the bowl on a large red cloth napkin or table runner. My imagination is running wild… Continue reading