A couple of months ago I made an herbal root stew for my Farmacy Herbs “graduation potluck”. Everyone really liked it and one of my classmates asked me if I could post the recipe. Replying with an astounding “yes!”, I made a mental note to share the recipe soon. I see this particular person nearly […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
I am the one at the holiday family dinners who pushes the “weird” food on my mainstream minded relatives. I try not to be toooo pushy… fortunately my family members, though traditional in their meals, are usually open to my unfamiliar flavors and funny looking vegetables. One of my contributions to this year’s Easter feast […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
I make soup a lot, but all too often I find myself comfortably drifting back to familiar flavor profiles. I felt the need to switch it up a little and try something new. White beans are not a regular pantry item for me, but I do like them and I was craving a soup with […]Continue Reading... 1 Comment.
I picked up some John Dory at the Pawtucket Wintertime Farmer’s Market today from The Local Catch. Cooking seafood is not something I have much experience with, but my recent desire to consume more seafood is prompting some experimentation! One of my original reasons for avoiding seafood was the toxic metals that they contain (most […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
I have recently been experimenting with making my own nut butters. I don’t usually eat peanuts, so I tend to lean in the direction of butters made from almonds, cashews, and seeds. Nut butters are great sources of protein as well as healthy omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids. They also contain antioxidants, an array of […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Sweet potatoes provide a lot of nutrition as well as satisfying starch. These versatile tubers are actually more closely related to carrots than white potatoes! Combined with healthy spices, coconut sweet potato curry is both good-tasting and good for you. Here is a recipe for one of my favorite dishes, this one with apples and […]Continue Reading... No Comments.