This soup is autumn in a bowl, with deep flavors of oven roasted butternut squash, cauliflower, peppers, and onions, along with a generous kick of ginger.
Although this seasonal soup has a few steps, most of them are gloriously hands-off, … Read more
Did you know that both beets and butternut squash are super foods? Together they offer a delicious dose of anti-inflammatory goodness that may reduce the risk of many chronic illnesses.
Enjoy these roasted gems whenever you get the chance. Both … Read more
The evenings are chilly again, with days that are noticeably shorter already. I don’t even know how summer flew by so fast, but fall is upon us in earnest here in Michigan.
And that makes it soup season.
I had … Read more
This dish is deliciously festive, yet really easy to assemble. It was a hit this week in our holiday cooking class, and I’m serving it again when our out of town guests arrive. These harvest flavors marry together beautifully, and … Read more
January signals a new beginning, when we’re ready to hit the reset button for a fresh start. While many of us have a New Year’s resolution or two to get to busy with, some of us would rather hibernate for … Read more
It’s butternut squash time and I can’t seem to get enough of this stuff.
The hardest part of using butternut squash (no pun intended) is slicing it, right? I do love a good shortcut, so I’m always happy to see … Read more
I cannot seem to get enough butternut squash this time of year. I’m roasting it with onions, adding it to stews, and mixing it into risottos.
This soup is my newest obsession…easy, comforting, and delicious, with thumbs-up from all loved … Read more
Warm risotto is classic comfort food, and perfect on a chilly autumn evening. Traditionally, risotto is known for its signature creaminess, and made that way with white Arborio rice.
This healthy departure from classic risotto is not even close to … Read more
I recently came across a recipe for Dominican Chapea, in the wonderful new The China Study Cookbook by LeAnne Campbell. I had never heard of this dish before, but it looked right up my alley.
After a little research, I … Read more