One Thanksgiving long ago, I was scolded by my fake Aunt Linda for throwing out the turkey carcass after we were done picking the meat off the bones. It was in that moment that something clicked in my brain about how much food we waste as consumers. Trust that I never threw away that carcass…
Matbuha is a “cooked salad” that is a divine combination of roasted peppers, tomatoes, chiles, garlic and olive oil. Simplicity is Queen!
Beets electrify classic Italian bruschetta, bringing not only glorious color, but earthy sweetness and nutrition too!
You don’t need basil or parsley to make a pesto. Use sugar snap peas, pine nuts and nutritional yeast to make this delightful sauce for your next pizza.
I must admit that breakfast is the meal that I look forward to the most. You’re “breaking your fast” from the night before, and at least in our house, it is the meal that the Hubbs and I actually sit down at the table and enjoy together more often than lunch or dinner.