Archive For March, 2009

Heidelburg Recap

By admin | March 28, 2009

I had a fantastic day out at Heidelburg USA doing back-to-back lunch and learn sessions for Kaiser Permanente — despite the monsoon-like weather. As promised here are the links for the recipes, so that you guys can easily find them. Gingered Baby Cabbage Edamame with Broken Noodles (gluten free, wheat free) Mediterranean Black Rice Salad [...]

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Food Find: Fast Alphabet Soup with "Dora Beans"

By admin | March 22, 2009

Ok for everyone who has a little picky eater on their hands, try this super fast alphabet soup. I’m not even putting measurements in here, that’s how easy this is. We’re going to cheat and make a tomato soup by diluting your kid’s favorite spaghetti sauce with some vegetable or chicken broth until it’s the [...]

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Black Rice Salad with Fennel, Cucumber, Sun-dried Tomato & Lemon

By admin | March 21, 2009

Light and refreshing rice salad was well received today at the Georgia Organics Conference. As promised here’s the recipe! The addition of goat cheese, toasted pine nuts, capers or olives would make this a wonderfully Mediterranean dish, much like this Mediterranean Black Rice Salad that I made a couple of weeks ago. Hmmm, I’m detecting [...]

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Gingered Baby Cabbage

By admin | March 21, 2009

My mother brought me three of the cutest little cabbages from her garden. This dish features two ingredients that pair well with cabbage: ginger and mustard. I added a touch of agave nectar too for a hint of sweetness as a counterpoint to the subtle spice of the cabbage. Gingered Baby Cabbage 3 heads of [...]

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Seaweed Soup with Dried Shiitakes and Silken Tofu

By admin | March 20, 2009

A soup made of sea vegetables is as good as a cure in my book! Sea vegetables contain virtually all the minerals found in human blood. Ocean water and human blood are close in mineral composition. Maybe that’s why the sea speaks to so many of us, but I digress… In the last Life Chef’s [...]

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