Mediterranean Grilled Chicken with Chopped Spinach Salad Serves: 2-4 2 boneless, skinless chicken breast Salt, to taste Freshly cracked black pepper, to taste 1 tsp avocado oil or similar 1 bottle Produce & Provide Mediterranean Dressing 1 cup pasta, such as penne or orecchiette, if subbing gluten free, I love Jovial pasta. ½ cup noContinue reading “Mediterranean Grilled Chicken with Easy Chopped Spinach Salad”
Would you like to know the key to making really good latkes? Like most things, the devil is in the details. Here’s a quick breakdown of what I think makes my latkes taste so damn good: I squeeze out as much moisture as I possibly can. We want crispy latkes! I don’t use traditional flour,Continue reading “Yukon Gold Potato and Sunchoke Latkes”
This pistachio and olive oil cake is the perfect way to end a weekend brunch with friends. Serve it with a fresh cup of earl gray tea and you will be remembered from here until eternity for your cooking prowess. This cake also pairs really well with the traditional foods of Hanukkah. More on thatContinue reading “Pistachio and Olive Oil Cake”
I don’t know about you but I’m wondering why I felt the need to have 2 (TWO!) Thanksgiving dinners this year. And that doesn’t include the leftovers I ate. I’m trying to get back on track this week, and I remembered this recipe I shot for Banker’s Fidelity Life Insurance. The recipe is for aContinue reading “Easy Weeknight Grain Bowl”
Tamales are often made at a family gathering called a tamalada. It’s a party where the women of the family get together to prepare a massive amount of tamales and spend some quality time together. It’s a great chance for multiple generations of one family to gather, the elders passing down a lot more than justContinue reading “Thanksgiving Turkey Tamales with Cranberry-Guajillo Mole”
Looking for a delicious, nutritious, gluten free and vegetarian recipe? These curried chickpea cakes are here for you!
I adapted this recipe from Nancy Cain’s “Against the Grain.” It is my go-to for gluten free, xantham gum free baking. There’s a good chance that if the house was on fire this book would get picked up on the way out the door. How’s that for a recommendation? You separate the egg yolks andContinue reading “Pumpkin Flour Pancakes”
This salad tastes like a big ol’ bowl of sunshine 🙂
I came up with this recipe for the 2017 Georgia Organics conference. It’s a great meal idea for meatless Mondays, and a perfect way to showcase some of Georgia’s fine winter produce. Produce from the farmers market tends to have so much flavor! A couple of things to keep in mind: The smaller the leavesContinue reading “Sweet Potato, Quinoa and Collard Green Grain Bowl”
Wild rice soup is a relatively new obsession for me. It’s beyond satisfying and a great cold weather staple. Be careful with store bought versions if you are gluten free because a lot of them add flour!
Sweet rice flour is the missing key to unlock all those recipes that call for a sauce thickened with flour!
For those moments in life when only chocolate will do.