Monthly November, 2013

Sage-Quinoa Sweet Potato Croquettes for the Holiday

  The Holidays are here again, and it’s time to navigate the big meals with all our mixed diet-styles. I’m convinced that some day we will look back and say, what was so hard about that? The folks who lament the difficulties of having their vegan sister and celiac cousin at the same dinner table

Cranberries, and a Really Simple Drink

It’s almost Thanksgiving, and for most Americans, the beginning of a brief window of time in which they will eat cranberries. Cranberries in sauce for the big dinner, maybe some cranberries in desserts, but then, when the holiday is over, bye-bye cranberries. It’s too bad, since they are an authentically American and seasonal berry, and

Brussels Sprouts, More Than a Baby Cabbage

  I made the trek to my wintry Farmer’s Market on Saturday, where there was still a surprising wealth of produce. My teeth were chattering as I fumbled with my money with my blue fingers, speed shopping to get out of the cold. Then, I spied a quintessential Fall specialty. The whole stalks of brussels