Posts Tagged ‘scallions’

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

Three bean is a summer salad staple, but if you’re like me, three bean is one bean too many.  Kidney, you’re welcome in my chili, but I do not dig your chalky bite of paste in my cold salads.  Yotam Ottolenghi  improves three bean salad’s taste and visual appeal with toss … 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

I still have my grandmother’s bent up metal spatula and, until a few months ago, her garlic press which was only capable of mashing cloves into wafer thin slabs that still required my mincing by knife. I wasn’t close to my dad’s mother who often showed her love through military … Read More

Today, we salute the groundhog with a ground chicken Mediterranean wrap. What, you want pork balls? We are big fans of ground proteins mixed with herbs and seasonings because they are forgiving recipes that pack big flavor for low cost.  This same recipe would work just as well with lamb … Read More