Category Soup Recipes
Superbowl food doesn’t have to be sooo unhealthy… Minneapolis has a case of Superbowl fever, as we count down to the big game. For my part, I will be appearing on “WCCO This Morning” on February 2nd, cooking to promote Wear Red day for the American Heart Association, while providing a tasty chili feast that you
This week, I taught a class on “superfoods.” Of course, that meant that I got to cook with some of my favorite flavor-, color- and antioxidant-packed foods. But one that I didn’t have room to squeeze into the menu was the cabbage. Sure, the blueberries and pomegranates get most of the limelight for their antioxidant
Ask anyone what keeps them from eating better, and most people say, time. No time to plan, no time to shop, above all, no time to cook. Of course, it is possible to eat great, vegetarian food even if you are crunched for time. It really is. Especially with the fast and flavor forward recipes
You know there is a chill in the air when I start craving parsnips. The fat white roots of the ‘snip are full of earthy sweetness, and just seem like the thing to eat when the cold rain suddenly turns to sleet. That’s exactly what happened today, as I was preparing to snap this photo.
A few short weeks ago, I was in Barcelona, learning to make authentic Catalan gazpacho. I posted about my amazing experience, here. It was interesting, after so many years of making different kinds of gazpacho, to come full circle and try the original one. Like the other Catalan dishes I learned there, it was dead
We all love a vacation, especially one to a place that educates and inspires us. But let’s be honest. It’s all about the food. It has always been on my bucket list to experience Spain. I had been hearing about my Father’s life-changing experiences in Madrid and Barcelona for years, and have a long-standing appreciation