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Homemade Fried Rice

Quick Vegetable Fried Rice

Vegetable fried rice is a great go to dish when you don’t have a lot of time to prepare. It can be made in less than 15mn! If you ever have some leftover one day old rice and a few vegetables in the fridge, you have all you need for a delicious all-in-one vegetable fried […]

Vegan Cheese Ball

Here is a great appetizer everyone will enjoy around the holidays and for any party. Who knew that you could make a dairy-free cheese ball? Warning!  This ‘cheese’ ball disappears as soon as it is served so make sure to make a double batch if you have a big crowd! You get all the flavor […]

Fresh Cranberry Relish

Orange Cranberry Relish

Fresh Cranberry relish is one of my favorite side because it combines the perfect balance of tartness from the cranberries and sweeteness from the oranges. You also get all the health benefits because there is no cooking. Cranberries are loaded with vitamin C and antioxidants. At home, we don’t just wait for Thanksgiving or Christmas to make it, we stock up […]

Purple Yam

Sorry folks, it has been a while that I have posted a recipe. I have been busy preparing and teaching classes. But I do want to share something I discovered last week. I was shopping at an Asian grocery store for one of my classes and noticed in the vegetable section next to the potatoes some purple […]

Sprouted Salad

EASY NUTRITIOUS SUMMER SALAD

With the plethora of fresh vegetables available this time of the year in our own gardens, why not indulge in a healthy salad, bursting with colors, textures, flavors and nutrition? Fresh corn is available in stores at the moment (choose organic over conventional since most of the corn grown today is genetically modified to feed […]

WHEAT & GLUTEN FREE FRENCH CREPES

Gluten free crêpes I am not allergic to wheat (although with maturing, I can’t eat as much bread as I used to when I grew up in Europe!) but several of my friends and many of my students are, so I wanted to experiment with different recipes, types of flours and starch and see if […]

NEW POTATOES AND LEEK STIR-FRY

Nature is such a wonderful thing we take for granted. Last fall, I discovered some potatoes that I had completely forgotten about and as a result had sprouted in the back of my pantry. I proceeded by cutting them into small pieces, each with a sprout and planted them in my garden covering them with […]

KALE SALAD WITH BRAISED TOFU

Summer is almost here so it is a good time to increase the amount fresh foods, salads in our diet. I have grown kale for many years and because of its hardiness have enjoyed it all year around. Several of my favorites, Russian Red and Scotch curly kale are great for salads. Dinosaur kale works great steamed […]

VEGETABLE STEW OVER POLENTA

Earth Day Portland   What a glorious day today was. Quite appropriate for Earthday. I love Portland. As in most cities accross the US, Portland had its celebration of all good things for the earth, found locally, built sustainably, with respect to the earth and all its inhabitants, in music, artful displays, bringing together young […]

SEARED PORTOBELLO MUSHROOMS WITH MASH POTATOES

                  This dish brings the strength and flavors of the earth to your table through the mushrooms and the potatoes, both living in and from the soil. Portobellos are great meat substitute because of their texture. You can use them in burgers, sandwiches, soups and so much […]

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