Posts Tagged ‘radishes’

What to do with the bounty of vivid, fresh spring produce, a smidgeon of dairy, some crunchy sea salt, perhaps prosciutto garnish?  There’s an app for that.  And a story.

My apologies for obsessing over the Gjelina cookbook, but when I find a recipe that I leeerve, I have to share it with you. The buzz lately about kale is that it’s all washed up, passé, a has-been, a Norma Desmond, and now the it-superfood is All About Seaweed.  Cool … Read More

Ever since a Santa Fe girlfriends’ weekend, I’ve been craving a rice bowl meal.  This spicy tuna bowl relies on the salty rich tang of Japanese seasonings combined with wake-up your palate dressing and then it’s loaded with veggies.  Sriracha brings the spice instead of the usual suspect, wasabi, because we’re … Read More

Something amazing has happened with the LA food scene over the last ten years.  We got one.

The economy took a dive and we all ate and cooked away our sorrows.  From the ashes emerged young buck chefs who now make magic with organic produce, bring a multitude ethnic flavors to the … Read More

The more I cook, the more I anticipate Spring.  Root vegetables have their charm, in a gut-extending way, but by March, I’m in desperate need of above-ground produce.

We know in the crunchiest of times, one can head to just about any large grocer these days and make our own salad. … Read More

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