“I believe food has a lot of power . . . through food . . . . we can find home.” Continue reading Immigrant Advocacy and Empowerment through Lamb Barbacoa
The garlic, dill, olive oil, acidic juices from the pickles and the crunchy pickles themselves really taste great together on an airy, crisp crust with melted mozzarella. Continue reading Dill Pickle Pizza . . . Seriously!
FEATURED ON THE DAILY MEMPHIAN – Lemon zest and garlic add vibrance and warmth to this creamy soup after cooking the vegetables in butter and broth. Gently heat the cream with the puréed vegetables to avoid bitterness from the lemon zest. Continue reading Creamy Squash Soup with Parsley, Parmesan and Pine Nuts
Fresh Ancho Chiles from the Cooper Young Community Farmers Market, dried Arbol peppers, onions and garlic combined with some fresh summer tomatoes and ground chuck from the grocery for a tasty dinner. Continue reading No Bun Burgers with Ancho Chili Sauce
The mushrooms add plenty of rich braising fluid for the chicken as they cook. Heavy cream and Dijon mustard add another depth of flavor. Continue reading Braised Chicken Thighs in Mushroom Cream Sauce
The visual success of this recipe depends on sourcing vegetables which can be sliced into similar-sizes and arranged into patterns. Roma tomatoes, Asian eggplant, and leeks can be found in diameters which approximate that of most zucchini. Continue reading Ratatouille Tart with Red Pepper Paste
Hot meats, burgers and hot dogs from the grill and heavy, carbohydrate-rich side dishes tend to dominate outdoor barbecues in the summer. This fresh vegetable treat can bring some balance to your next barbecue. Continue reading Cool Cucumber Canapés
Frozen puff pastry and rotisserie chicken make this recipe easy. Continue reading Chicken Pot Pie with Puff Pastry
The Collard Green Melt is a vegetarian interpretation of a Reuben Sandwich. Continue reading Recipe Reconstruction: Collard Green Melt
Chipotle tries too hard to be funny and finds a way to boost fiber intake in chips and salsa. Continue reading I Ate at Chipotle so You Don’t Have to . . .