Tag Archives: vinegar

CRUNCHY RADICCHIO CUPS WITH SPROUTED WILD RICE, AVOCADO & HONEY CHIVE VINAIGRETTE

Put your winter woes aside, friends. Spring is arriving in slow trickles, whispers, pops and things that go whooooosh.View full post »

OREGANO-ROASTED BRASSICAS WITH MAPLE DIJON DRESSING

Brassicas = mustard-y cabbages, brussels, broccoli, cauliflower etc goodness. This hearty winter salad is one of theView full post »

SPELT FOCACCIA WITH CARAMELIZED ONIONS, THYME & SEEDS

Everyone should learn how to make bread. I’m not being an idealist on this. It is a chief form of sustenance forView full post »

DIRTY MASALA CHAI PANCAKES WITH CRANBERRY VANILLA COMPOTE

Guys, I’m kind of sniffly and head-full-of-gross-stuff this week, so a posting of my contribution for theView full post »

BROCCOLI, BASIL & WILD RICE SALAD WITH CREAMY AVOCADO CITRUS DRESSING

The celebration of Queen Victoria’s birthday translates to a long weekend, big time summer kickoff around here.View full post »

BBQ TEMPEH & SWEET POTATO SANDWICH

I work in a recently opened fine dining establishment that prioritizes locally and ethically procured food in aView full post »

BEET, POTATO & AVOCADO SALAD WITH HORSERADISH

Any one of my friends will tell you that I’m pretty enamored with the whole Momofuku collective of restaurantsView full post »

CELERY ROOT WITH APPLE CIDER REDUCTION

I’m typically more into the salt-of-the-earth joys in life, but sometimes I like making something that feelsView full post »

MUSHROOMS & TOFU EN PAPILLOTE

I used to hate mushrooms and tofu. Together, separately, with sauce, without sauce, deep fried, grilled, whatever theView full post »

WARM POTATO SALAD WITH LEEKS & PUMPERNICKEL CROUTONS

Let me just elaborate on the title of this post a bit: a warm yukon gold potato salad with creamy dijon and leekView full post »

CAULIFLOWER “COUSCOUS” SALAD

Couscous! The food so nice, they named it twice. Except this isn’t couscous. It’s cauliflower in a funnyView full post »

ROASTED BUTTERNUT & CORN SALAD

So I was perusing the catering menu on Ottolenghi’s website (you’d be surprised how much time I spendView full post »