These burgers were awesome last night! They’re basically a 2.0 incarnation of my air-fried falafel with the slightest of tweaks. As the binder, this time I used oats. All in all it was an incredible transformation of canned chickpeas and … Read more
This is one of my newest favorites. It’s become the perfect dinner (or breakfast), especially during this pandemic. Why? Because it’s easy, inexpensive, and pantry friendly – and especially good right now when our grocery stores may not have everything … Read more
I could eat these everyday.
Inspired by traditional Irish Colcannon, this simplified dish starts with sautéed red cabbage and onions. A splash of balsamic vinegar adds extra color and flavor to the cabbage. Baked potatoes are scooped out, mashed, seasoned, … Read more
Outstanding on a cold night, this recipe is deeply satisfying and delicious – but without all the work of traditional stuffed cabbage.
Of course it’s fully vegan, plant-based, and oil free. I make this in a pressure cooker, but I’m … Read more
I’ve had the privilege of preparing weekly dinners for a group of patients learning how they can reverse their Type 2 Diabetes through a whole food plant-based diet. This has been part of a fabulous pilot program through IHA in … Read more
Our annual family reunion took us to the Hudson Valley in upstate New York this summer, and it was here, on one of the very hottest days of the year that we headed to Gaskins, in Germantown – a family-owned … Read more
Tempeh is a family favorite for us, with its uniquely firm and chewy texture that holds up so very well to roasting, grilling, or sautéing.
This Tempeh Skillet creates a hearty backdrop to red cabbage, black beans, greens, and sweet … Read more
Not for me. That’s been my response (until now) to jackfruit, the trendy meat alternative that has even omnivores talking.
But now, I get it!
Jackfruit, as you may know, is an enormous fruit (like a huge spiky watermelon) that’s … Read more
Tostadas (toasted tortillas) are one of my favorite meals – for breakfast, lunch, or dinner, so I’m endlessly exploring new variations. This version marries ancho chili with fresh lime juice for a little extra kick, but with very little extra … Read more
This flavorful dish is my very uncomplicated version of a complex North African vegetable tagine.
Tagines are savory Moroccan stews prepared by slow cooking in a shallow cooking dish with a conical lid, and both the cookware itself, and the … Read more