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Celebrate St Pat’s with Rosemary Garlic Hasselback Potatoes with Greens

As St Pat’s rolls around, are you a traditionalist, who craves the same Irish-inspired dishes year after year? Or are you just in it for the green beer? I’m more interested in tweaking the usual fare, to avoid boredom. That’s why I made Rosemary-Garlic Hasselback Potatoes with Greens. Some kind of roots and carbs are

Yellow Curry Tofu with Makrut Lime is the Thai Curry You Need Right Now

If you follow food trends at all, you know that turmeric has been on the hot-and-happening-food lists for a while now. Soon enough, it won’t be a trend at all but an accepted food in the consciousness of chefs, diners, and juicers. Now that fresh turmeric is becoming widely available, I’d like to suggest that

Share a Heart-Healthy Chili Bar : It’s Great Superbowl Food

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

Make An Easy Chimichurri and Chipotle Cauliflower Bowl for Balance in 2018

It’s almost the middle of January, the time that most New Years Resolutions fall by the wayside. If I might make a suggestion, let’s all drop any crazy juice fasts and extra hours of extreme cardio right now. What we really need now, and all year long, is balance. And soul satisfying bowls with herby,

Try Sushi for Thanksgiving-With Wild Rice, Sweet Potatoes, and Apple!

Try Thanksgiving Sushi, Really Last week, I posted an updated Shepherd’s Pie, with a few delicious tweaks that made it oh so delicious. This week, I’m giving you a Thanksgiving option that might seem a little bit radical. Are you ready for Thanksgiving Sushi? Before you hit the brakes, let me tell you just what

Try Sweet Corn Sambal with Krupuk, for an Indonesian-Flavored Summer Dip

There’s a point in the summer when fruits and vegetables are at peak, and the challenge is to fully appreciate this moment when melons taste like melons, tomatoes really taste like tomatoes, and sweet corn sends you into a Proustian reverie. The food practically falls onto the plate, already perfect.  Take this easy Indonesian Sweet

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