If kids are a part of your Batman team, they'll love this Joker Juice from The Trochelmans. And if you're all adults, you can enjoy this with your favorite mixer.
Fresh fennel is good for a lot of things. Everything from curing flatulence to being high in Vitamin C. So storing it properly is important! Fennel can be used in a variety of ways. It is perfect caramelized, on pizza, in a soup, over a salad or braised.
Fennel is not only tasty but high in Vitamin C and fiber. The plant’s bulb can be used in a variety of ways. It is perfect caramelized, on pizza, in a soup, over a salad or braised. Once you learn how to cut it properly, you will be adding fennel to everything!
This recipe is earthy as one would expect from beets. And it is no surprise how well balsamic compliments them. The chocolate just adds a touch of sweetness to enhance the flavors you get from roasting the root veggie.
I love wine. You know what I love even more, using wine as an ingredient. Whether it is poaching pears or making boozy popsicles, it is quite a versatile ingredient. Like this savory sangria.
Mac n’ cheese is somewhat of a guilty pleasure, no? Like, it almost feels wrong to eat it once you no longer live in the college dormitory; I said almost! Well, gnocchi makes the dish feel a bit more “grown up” if you will.
Fennel is one of those herbs that, once you discover it, you wonder where it has been all your life. Fresh, crisp and clean, the fennel plant has SO much to offer. It is great caramelized or just braised in white wine like this recipe.
Fresh asparagus is such a treat and using this method you can keep it fresh in the refrigerator for up to two weeks.
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 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 […]
This is the month of the cranberry. This gooey white cheddar and cranberry dip is just one more recipe to add to the mix. Make a lot, this stuff will go fast.
What is the Big Game without a handful of snacks? Especially if they are homemade. Just one of the wonderful things about these roasted curry chickpeas.
Looking for a Thanksgiving salad that just screams fall? Well, get our your ear plugs because this Persimmon, Pomegranate & Quinoa Salad is just that. Beautiful, crisp, and damn tasty!
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.
My affinity for Brussels sprouts is no secret. I mean, have you seen my Balsamic-Roasted Brussels Sprouts? You will love these Amazing Brussels Sprout Latkes just as much!
I always prefer a fresh fruit smoothie over the frozen fruit kind. This persimmon smoothie is no exception. With coconut milk, orange juice and ripe persimmon, this drink is earthy and sweet, spicy and just slightly tart. Oh, and it is vegan!