Adapted from this Food Network recipe, this one swaps out regular flour for rice flour, red onion for garlic scapes, and has a bit o flair on top.
An homage to the 90’s hip hop group Tribe Called Quest, this side dish is easy, tasty and awesome.Read More
Tasty pile of cauliflower, chives, garlic, hot and sweet italian sausages, bunch of broccolini and olive oil.Read More
Debbi and I Vitamixed frozen peaches and condensed milk + bourbon-camomile-nectarine compote + blueberry-lavender-brandy compote + fruit/herb garnish bonanza. Yes, we took it too far!Read More
This innovation was brought to us by Exquisite Courser Debbi, who specializes in making food more purple.
For each vegetable, boil it until soft, add to food processor with broth and a handful of almonds that have soaked in water overnight and softened. Blend.
The amount of broth will affect how soup-like your concoction is, so experiment and see what you like. Throw some snap peas on top for garnish!Read More
Sweet, savory, crispy, mushy - this meal is an emotional roller coaster of flavor and texture. The beans and sweet potatoes are pretty straightforward.Read More
Ok so white bean farro doesn’t make for the most attractive snapshot. But it makes up for looking like a pile of barf by tasting great!
This tasty/unexpected combo is satisfying but not too heavy.Read More
On a salad-for-dinner kick with arugula, roasted potatoes, avocado, fresh corn and coconut-lemongrass fried chickpeas. Involved the use of coconut almond milk, what!Read More
Experimental carbonara made with sautéed soprasetta, tomatoes and Kale Krunchies and an egg scrambled in at the last minute. Wtf delicious!
Found this great recipe, made even greater by making it non-vegan (surprise surprise) with the use of half-and-half instead of almond milk. It’s actually great with the almond milk too, I’d recommend doing a 1/2 teaspoon rather than 3/4 teaspoon salt. Great at breakfast, lunch and dinner.Read More
Ate this creation to fast to photograph it! So good.
Based on this recipe's proportions, I did a few things differently.