This is a simple warming recipe for the end of the season zucchini, when you feel like you’ve just had enough but there’s more to come. Maybe what you […]
These oven baked zucchini chips are a healthy alternative to corn chips for so-yang and tae-yang. They take just 10 minutes to prepare and you’ll have time to finish […]
This recipe is adapted from “Get Skinny on Fabulous Food” by Suzanne Somers. The original recipe calls for Parmigiano Reggiano. Since I wanted to avoid lung-building food I thought of substituting Pecorino Romano, which is an obvious choice. But […]
This is a variation of the gazpacho in my cookbook “Cool Food”. It’s great for company as you can make the soup the day before and just whip up the garnish a little ahead of your guests’ arrival.
In this recipe it is important to use “sweet” rice. The rices does not actually taste sweet but contains more starch than regular rice flour, which helps these gluten free muffins to hold together. Also remember that most oats […]
In this recipe it is important to use “sweet” rice. The rice does not actually taste sweet but contains more starch than regular rice flour, which helps these gluten free muffins to hold together. Also most oats grown in […]
This warming recipe is only slightly changed from Joyce Goldstein’s in “The Mediterranean Kitchen”. Marinate the chicken overnight for the best flavor. If it’s too cold outside for grilling, broiling works just fine.
3/4 cup honey
6 Tbs. sesame seeds
Did you know that pork tenderloin is leaner than skinned chicken breast. Well maybe not this recipe with the bacon. But bacon sure makes it tasty.
1 pork tenderloin, cleaned and trimmed
3 slices of bacon
1 tsp. salt
1 tsp. basil