Ingredients: 1 block extra-firm tofu, drained Salt to taste 1 Tbs cornstarch 3 Tbs coconut or neutral flavored oil 1 shallot, sliced thin 3 Tbs. green curry paste 1 can coconut milk 2 tsp brown sugar Juice of 1 lime Read on!
Thai Breakfast Bowl Something kind of extraordinary happens the moment you give yourself permission to eat breakfast outside of the box – the boundaries you imagined to exist around early morning routine melt away and you’re left with a heaping plate Read on!
Thanksgiving Leftovers Inspiration It’s the day after Thanksgiving. You’re starving, but you just spent the entire previous day cooking up a storm. Not to mention the leftovers! You’re ready to order a pizza–but wait! Hold the phone! Why waste all Read on!
Stir-Fry with Pork, Eggplant, and Greens At some point in the week, we’ll find ourselves rooting around the refrigerator, realizing we’ve already eaten our way through half the ingredients we were supposed to save for our *epic* meal plan (curse those late night munchies!). Read on!
Fortifying Bison Meatball Soup with Greens & Grains A big pot of handmade meatballs, whole grains, and abundant greens come together in a light broth to soothe your soul and fortify you through the sturm und drang of the season–make Read on!
Beans and Greens with Caper Vinaigrette At the risk of sounding like Mr. Miyagi, we’d like to propose the idea that cooking’s mostly about mindset. Yes, technique is important, but it’s also rather easily learned. What’s sometimes harder to get Read on!
Quick Combos: Cooking with Greens, Corn, Sweet Potatoes, Cinnamon Apples, Radish Vinaigrette A note on greens: Fall and winter greens are extremely flexible ingredients – they can all be sauteed, stir-fried, braised, or eaten raw. When switching out greens Read on!
A business partnership is sometimes more like a marriage. It’s good to take a step back every now and then and remember what brought you together in the first place. Twice yesterday, I was asked “How did you get into Read on!
Big birds are for celebrations. Medium birds are for everyday. And tiny birds are for everyday celebrations. I’m not sure why quail seem so exotic–they’re tasty, versatile and cook quickly & easily. No one has to argue over who gets Read on!