This salad is a nice replacement for those not eating complex carbohydrates, like potatoes.
Not sure how often you eat asparagus—I have it about once a year. It’s when I notice bunches of it, fresh, in season, sitting in a tub of ice water in the market, waiting for me.
Do you know the difference between a shrimp and a prawn?
Here’s a simple spin on potato leek soup, using roasted cauliflower and leeks.
I appreciate cauliflower’s versatility. It’s sort of like the vanilla of vegetables. Plain, yet can take on many textures and flavors. Here’s a corn-free take on polenta using cauliflower.
I’ve always had an affinity for mussels, and they are relatively quick and easy to make. Seafood (including mollusks) and eggs are primary sources of protein for me, and I have mussels about twice a month.
I’m all over ancho chile peppers. I purchase them dry, toast them, and then grind them up into a powder to sprinkle on all kinds of things.
Chicken Shawarma and roasted cauliflower rice with parsley, dried apricots and cranberries.
I’m a big fan of meal-in-a-bowl recipes, and while this one doesn’t have to be in a bowl, it’s quite easy to serve and eat as a whole given that the flavors and textures compliment one another. Bowl recipes also pack well as … Continue reading
|1 tablespoon||3 teaspoons|
|1/4 cup||4 tablespoons|
|1 cup||8 ounces|
|1 teaspoon||5 ml|
|1 tablespoon||15 ml|
|almond flour||1/2 cup||48 g|
|coconut flour||1/4 cup||26 g|
|honey||1/4 cup||85 g|
|honey||1 cup||12 ounces|
|maple syrup||1/4 cup||81 g|
|maple syrup||1/4 cup||59 ml|
|butter||1/4 cup||55 g|
|butter||1/2 cup||8 tablespoons|
|cocoa||1/4 cup||22 g|
|chocolate chips||1 cup||6 ounces|
|chocolate chips||1 cup||160 g|
|olive oil||1/4 cup||54 g|
|olive oil||1/4 cup||2 ounces|
|coconut oil||1/4 cup||52 g|
|Parmesan, grated||1/4 cup||20 g|