I really like coconut and peanuts. I can’t say I’ve ever found a good way to put them together until now. Add curry and you have a wonderful dip for all manner of crudités. I made the dip to go with sugar snap peas. I could eat pounds and pounds of sugar snap peas. …click to continue Coconut Curry Peanut Dip
If I could find a way to make doing laundry about farting, my children would do the laundry and guffaw the entire time. I would never have to do another load myself. If unloading the dishwasher could be reasonably linked with space ships or ninjas, it would be gleefully done by my children, too. …click to continue Kale Smoothie a.k.a. “Seuss Juice”
Quinoa is a wonderful little grain that is packed with protein and calcium. It is a great way to vary dishes that typically call for rice. This is a version of a salad that I sometimes eat with brown rice and black beans covered in pico de gallo or salsa. Easy, healthful, good. Here, …click to continue Quinoa and Black Bean Salad with Jicama Salsa
So, about 35 miles outside of Austin lives a nice woman named Marsha Stringfellow, without whom this salad would not exist. She sent me a sweet email trying to track down a recipe for an edamame salad that she loves. The more we talked about it, the more irresistible it sounded. She told me …click to continue Marsha’s Edamame Salad
This is about as close as I get to a vegetarian dish. And if you have the notion that meatless meals will leave you hungering for more, think again. This casserole is dense and satisfying.
Cumin and cinnamon are very aromatic. A little bit goes a long way here and give the sweet potatoes …click to continue Sweet Potato and Black Bean Casserole with Tomatillo Cream Sauce