Instead of being tart as one would expect from a grapefruit-based drink, this margarita is slightly smokey, crisp, and just a little spicy. It’s just perfect!
I am always looking for fun and exciting ways to add heat to a meal. I put it in my sangrias, popsicles and pretty much everywhere. Well, sometimes I just want to go straight to the source.
Is there anything cauliflower can’t do? Aside from standing in as a gluten-free alternative, like this twist on a traditional tabbouleh salad, cauliflower is also great if you are trying to eat more drought-friendly, which you should. California is in its worst drought ever, which not only sucks for us here in Cali, but the rest of the nation too, as we supply 40% your fresh produce. Yup, that much!
You might have noticed, I really get into the visuals of food here at Cooking Stoned. So making oatmeal sexy is one of my goals. I think I succeeded with this Healthy Breakfast Crème Brûlée Oatmeal.
Fresh avocado, tart pineapple, creamy almond milk, and fresh spinach, are just a few of the ingredients in this savory and sweet summer smoothie.
You’re gonna want to put your mouth on this, trust me. Yah, yah… that’s what she said; got it. But seriously, this jalapeno lemonade is spicy, tart and refreshing, making it perfect for the up and coming warm weather. 1. Lemonade is a pretty simple recipe. Lemons, sugar, water and stir. Because of it’s simplicity, […]
Mashed potatoes are the epitome of comfort food. Seriously. Any time I see pillowy potatoes with a pat of melting butter, I just want to motorboat them!
I was talking with my good friend Ariel over at Whole Foods about New Year’s Eve, and how much fun it would be to toast with a champagne popsicle to ring in the new year. What a swell idea! I been wanting to put a boozy spin on my now famous Pomegranate & Limeade Popsicle, and this seemed like the perfect opportunity.
They are sorta the perfect deviled egg for Easter! Spiked with vodka and colored with fresh red beets, this recipe makes candy-filled Easter more adult oriented.
Warm your winter with this sunny sake-based sangria that tastes like summer. Bursting with fresh ginger, crisp tangerine and a slight minty finish, this sangria recipe is everything a mixed drink should be. You’ll almost not want to share!
This side dish is slightly sweet and smokey (thank you bourbon!) with just a hint of spice from the cardamom pod. Of course, the thyme helps round out all those flavors and giving it a bright finish. This dish is as beautiful on the taste buds as it is to photograph!
If you love hummus, O-M-G are these freaking good. Like, cut-a-bitch good if someone tried to take one from you. So you better make extra!
This organic lavender rum-based cocktail is just one of the many you’ll find at the Alexander Valley Bar by Medlock Ames. Medlock Ames is a sustainable winery located in Alexander Valley.
Baked in a pumpkin, this cheese fondue recipe is the perfect fall appetizer. It’s as festive as it is tasty, plus it’s easy and simple to make.
I love the idea of a warm salad so why not a salad with fire? A Caprese seemed liked the best choice. Typically served cold, this would be an interesting twist one wouldn’t expect.
You may or may not know, but I am working on a new cookbook. One that involves cooking with coffee. Well, I’ve been testing out this Quinoa & Coffee Chili recipe for a while now and one can only eat so much chili, ya know? So I had to do something else with it. Skillet […]