I just love my grandmother’s recipe for stuffed cabbage–the smell of it cooking just says ‘High Holidays’ to me. Because I have vegetarians at my table every year (my daughter and sil), I always make a batch that is purely vegetarian. It’s really the Ginger Snaps, not the meat, that […]
The sauce is amazing.
This is a tofu recipe even your carnivores can appreciate. Pressed and drained tofu has the ability to soak up any flavors you add to it. Coating your Tofu slices in either Panko or gluten free crumbs mixed with Tarragon and pepper gives the first layer of flavor. After you […]
When my Mother in Law first showed me this recipe with chicken, she never imagined I would be transforming it into a vegetarian/vegan entrée. Pressed and drained extra firm tofu is able to absorb any combination of flavors you add to it. When it’s coated in mustard and tarragon and […]
It looks like the real thing!
The word tagine refers to a North African casserole dish recognized by its shallow circular base and conical top. It can be the color of brown earthenware or can be decorated with beautiful designs and colors. Typically, the stews cooked within are made with very little liquid. The ingredients, usually […]
This recipe is easy, healthy, delicious and can be served at room temperature.
This soup is brimming over with flavor from fresh vegetable goodness and loads of dill. Serve it as a first course; or add crusty bread and a salad and enjoy it as a meal! Prep time: 30 minutes
There is a real umami to this dish! You can’t quite put your finger on the flavor; but it is delicious and hits all the right notes. The chestnuts are rich and creamy. The onions are slightly caramalized; and the celery adds crunch. Add in the flavors of wine and […]