Monthly November, 2014
The Big Thanksgiving Feast is over, and at this point, the pie should all have been joyfully consumed. I know that I am thankful for every delicious bite. In this post-holiday lull, before we start ramping up for the next one, it’s time to keep it simple. Cooking with elemental foods and eating lighter,
It’s time to have your Thanksgiving dishes planned, there are only a few shopping days left. So, for your recipe searching convenience, I have put together a roundup of a bunch of my holiday greatest hits. Get to the store now, so you can get the ingredients for a fanyastic Thanksgiving! Nutty Curry-Stuffed Squashes
While I was writing Juice It!, I remember having a conversation with another green juice aficionado. Comparing our usual green juice configurations, our favorite little touches. Of course, citrus, ginger, perhaps an herb like mint. But she said something that stuck with me. “I used to put two apples in my green juice.” She said.
Have you ever seen “Fox Sushi” on a menu? Did you wonder what kind of sushi a fox might make? There are two reasons for the name. One is an old belief that fox spirits are roaming about in Japan, where their mischievous, sensual behavior is to blame for unexpected events. Like troublemaking fairies, these
You know that when a gorgeous new vegetable appears in the produce section, I’m going to grab it. Purple Sweet Potatoes? Yes, please. It turns out that the Stokes Purple Sweet Potato is actually pretty new, at least to the commercial market. A farmer in Stokes County, North Carolina, was looking for a profitable crop
November is underway, and it’s time to start planning that big Thanksgiving menu. This is the fun part,when you can spend hours mentally rolling through a list of your most beloved holiday dishes. It’s easy to come up with far more must-have dishes than you can possibly make, much less consume. Then comes the process of
In all the discussions online and out in the world about gluten-free, one thing seems to get lost in the din. Truly, we all need to understand, gluten free people are just busy, regular people, and they are not going away. No amount of complaining about how hard it is to cook for them will