I wanted to make some soup today and was wondering what I should do. I decided to use one of my favorite vegetables as the base; celery root (celeriac), and pair it with apple. But when making soup, I am a proponent of garnishing it with something to add some excitement such as fried pancetta or croutons and cheese, etc. Due to the diet restrictions I am … Read more Two Soups are Better than One!
I love Chinese food, which is seriously difficult to find on the Central Coast of California. Or at least it is in Paso Robles. Yes, we have a few options, but none of them compare to what I grew up with in the Midwest. I think of Chinese food as comfort food. It is generally light fare and super nourishing. Spaghetti Squash is one of the CSA items … Read more Transform your Spaghetti Squash into an Amazing Chinese Meal!
In my last post where I presented a Raw Butternut Squash, Swiss Chard and Kale Salad, I said that I would post a follow up article showing how to use the leftover squash and swiss chard stalks. I created a gratin using the squash, stalks and some yukon gold potatoes. The part I love best about this dish is that the sauce is made with the cooking … Read more A Versatile Side Dish that goes with Most Anything!