This recipe is adapted from Food52’s Genius Recipe: Andy Bennett’s Creamy Cauliflower Pasta Carbonara Our adaptation is mostly in the sauce itself, as I decided to add some of my delicious homemade cashew cream to enhance the richness of it. I made this for my friend Ramona and knew I had to share it with you–we […]
The walnuts in this salad give you protein and Omega-3s, the greens give you all of that great fiber, potassium, and vitamins that most think can only come from citrus fruits!
This soup can be made with whatever vegetables are in season. Just stop by your local farmer’s market and stock your pot with that peak season produce!
Grilled salads are perfect for the cold weather. You can still enjoy your greens without losing heat from a cold dish. Here’s a delicious and simple recipe to get your through the winter months!
This is a great way to spruce up your winter cabbage. The Caesar dressing is an adaptation of my Flavors recipe, which always includes anchovy filets!
A wonderful winter dish packed with nutrients from the wild salmon and bright flavors from the peak season citrus–a delight of a bite!
Roast chicken is one of the first things I learned to cook and it’s such a staple in my kitchen that I have a twist for each season. Take it for a spin!
You’ll love our flavor-packed beef, marinated in a mustardy peppercorn mixture, partially cooked on a smoky grill or skillet, then finished in the oven and served with an herbal fruit sauce.
Happy Holidays! Here’s a new holiday tradition for you! A super simple french toast with amazing glazed bacon to pop in the oven while you’re unwrapping your gifts. PLUS, it’s an excellent way to use that leftover eggnog that you’ve got in your fridge! You can do it with me in my video:
This is a great recipe to have on hand when you’re entertaining. This dish is great warm or cool and can be served as breakfast, a snack or something sweet at the end of a hearty meal. Once you’ve made it, it can sit in your fridge and your guests will find it’s easy to […]