Steamed Vegetables with Tamari Butter
Steaming is an excellent way to prepare vegetables. It’s fast and helps to retain moisture, color and nutritional value.
Heirloom beans are so delicious, they require only simple seasonings to enhance their good taste.
Butter Lettuce Cups
This salad is a beautiful composition, each leaf cupping the assorted vegetables, citrus, cheese, nuts and dressing.
Prune-Stuffed Pork Loin
A perfectly juicy pork loin, stuffed with prunes and finished with your favorite Cajun seasoning.
Silken Chocolate Pie with Vegan Chocolate Crust
Smooth, creamy and luscious, this pie belies its tofu base.
Leek Soup (Purresuppe)
Garlicky leeks, sweet parsnips and creamy potatoes blend together for a heart-warming dish.
Chickpea, Cheese and Onion Burgers
Perfect in a toasted bun, these spicy meat-free burgers will become firm family favorites.
Leek and Ricotta Tart
The combination of pine nuts and raisins with leeks may well be new to you but it’s certainly a successful one.
If using yogurt and milk, start at least 3 hours and up to a day in advance by placing both in a bowl. Whisk well…
Broccoli Rabe Pasta
Bitterly delicious, the broccoli rabe cooks in the same pot as the pasta in this surprisingly easy dish.
Winter Squash and Onion Bread Pudding
This savory bread pudding makes a wonderful vegetarian main dish. It is also terrific as a dressing served alongside roast turkey and gravy.
Mitchell Persimmon Festival 2012 Pudding Winner
Mix sugar and pulp, add beaten eggs and beat well. Add baking soda to buttermilk, stirring until foaming stops. Then add to pulp mixture. Sift…
Thai Shrimp Soup
Fresh lemongrass along with lime zest, pungent cilantro, and hot peppers give this soup its wow factor.
Chinese Five-Spice Melon Soup
The trio of Chinese five-spice powder, grated ginger, and fresh Thai basil will wake up your taste buds for the next course.