eggs at Easter is a tradition, and one that often ends with way too many boiled eggs for you to eat. Don’t let them spoil- watch me make Egg Curry on Toast, Asparagus with Egg Mimosa, and a Provencal Egg Salad in Egg Cups.
Watch me on @twincitieslive and I’ll show you some fun tricks that make kale and spinach really fun to eat!
We all feel really busy, and want to have fewer tasks to do. But if it’s really about time, try this FAST one-pan spaghetti, where the pasta, veggies and sauce all cook together on the stovetop-in under 15 minutes!
Watch me wow the taste testers on Twin Cities Live with my Roasted Vegetable and Sage Strudel!
Make the most of your garden harvest, with a Jamaican Vegetable Rundown. The flavors of Jamaica will entice everyone to eat more plants!
Cool, Tangy Gazpacho! Click on the link to watch my latest segment, making refreshing, hydrating gazpachos for TCL. https://www.twincitieslive.com/food/31568/gaspacho-cold-soup/
Watch me demonstrate three easy methods for making tasty salad dressings!
Tofu is an inexpensive, sustainable, high protein food. Learn to make an easy and delicious Pad Thai in minutes!
This dish is made from plants, from the grains in the noodles, to the beans that were transformed into soy sauce. That’s a given. But whenever I cook, I try to add a few more vegetables. Get that noodle to veggie ratio just right, so it feels like a bowl of slippery noodles, but it’s also a bowl of fresh, crunchy veggies. I love my carbs, and I look at them as the comforting, lovable friends they are. But the veg to noodle ratio should be balanced a little toward the veg side. This dish achieves the right mix, with just enough noodles, and just the right amount of snappy snap peas and crisp carrots.