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Garlic Rosemary Fries

Everyone loves fries! I don’t know anyone that would turn them down! They may not be great for our waistline but the satisfaction of biting into crispy fries is a small pleasure that we all succumb to from time to time. Caveat emptor: Life is short so consume deep fried food with moderation or it […]

Flax seeds loaves

Flax Seed Bread Loaves

If you know me, you know that I love bread! Whether it is a warm crispy French baguette, a nice Ciabatta roll, homemade focaccia, toasted dill rye, or some hearty pumpernickel… what I don’t love about bread though, is how addictive it is. I can eat an entire baguette in one sitting! It must come […]

Seed crackers

Crispy Herb Seed Crackers

There are many good brands of crackers out there but most are high in sodium, have additives and if you don’t reseal the bag well, you can easily end up with stale crackers. I also don’t like buying products that come in boxes. That’s such a waste. Making crackers from scratch on the other hand […]

Whipped Garlic Paste -Toum

Toum – Lebanese Whipped Garlic Paste

If I was stranded on an island and could only have one type of sauce, I would probably opt for a life supply of freshly made Toum! Seriously, if you like garlic, you are going to love this recipe. The first time I tasted it was at a Lebanese restaurant in France. The waiter brought […]

Roasted Rainbow Carrots

Roasted Rainbow Carrots with Carrot Top Garlic Sauce

Rainbow carrots are such a visual delight. They are not only beautiful but their flavor can vary too.  So when I found a whole section at my local grocery store that featured them, I had to buy a few bunches. This dish displays an elegant simplicity by featuring perfectly roasted whole carrots and using the […]

Sweet Zucchini Relish

Easy Sweet Zucchini Relish

As the summer comes to an end and the last zucchini are being harvested, this is the perfect time to make some pickles or, our favorite, some zucchini relish. This year we found 2 particularly large zucchini that had grown unnoticed under the large canopy of leaves. Because of their size, you only have a […]

Dairy-Free Naans

How to Make Perfect Yeast-free Vegan Garlic Naans

Naans are always a favorite at Indian restaurants. They are hot, blistery, soft, and great for dipping in soups or curries. But they also are usually made with yogurt and ghee, the traditional Indian clarified butter and so are most naans sold in stores. The one exception is Stonefire® Organic naan. It is Vegan and Dairy-free. […]

Beer Bread

Quick Olive Rosemary Beer Bread

Beer bread is one of the easiest bread to make. If you are in need of a quick fix and have a can or a bottle of beer sitting around and some flour, you pretty much can whip out a hearty loaf by just mixing flour with beer, bake and you are done! The beauty […]

Traditional foccacia

Homemade Focaccia Bread

If you like pizza, you will love homemade focaccia bread and when you see how easy it is to make it, you will wonder why you never thought of making it before. Since we began the confinement, we have been making it almost every week. Every time changing the toppings depending on the mood and […]

tempeh bacon

Tempeh Bacon Strips

Spring is coming, soon summer will be here, so what better time to get ready for great sandwiches! This has to be one of the best use of tempeh I know. All the flavor and none of the saturated fat. Fat-free and cholesterol-free bacon, what an idea! This recipe is great for busy people because […]

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