Beet and Goat Cheese Napoleon Bites
January 6, 2015 – 12:10 pm | No Comment

Here’s a cute little appetizer recipe inspired by the 52 New Foods Challenge, my new year’s resolution to try one new food with my family each week in 2015.
While I’ve loved beets for ages, …

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A Springtime Fava-rite, now in season
March 28, 2010 – 7:24 pm | 3 Comments
A Springtime Fava-rite, now in season

If you’ve ever had authentic, Middle Eastern falafel, there’s a reasonably good chance that fava beans have crossed your lips even without your knowing it.  But if you haven’t tasted the fava bean divorced from …

Conquering the Artichoke
March 18, 2010 – 6:11 am | One Comment
Conquering the Artichoke

While my pantry is always stocked with a jar of brined artichoke hearts (they’re one of my favorite ingredients for a frittata or to toss into pasta with parmesean cheese, sauteed mushrooms and garlic), I …

Best. Flourless. Desserts. Ever.
March 12, 2010 – 8:03 am | 4 Comments
Best. Flourless. Desserts. Ever.

March came in like a lion, and I am already eagerly anticipating its lamb-like exit.  At the end of the month is Passover, and soon after that, Easter.  Which means, of course, that spring dessert …

ANDI says: Eat your Collard Greens
March 4, 2010 – 9:13 am | 5 Comments
ANDI says: Eat your Collard Greens

Last week, I ran into ANDI while shopping at Whole Foods.
ANDI–which stands for Aggregate Nutrient Density Index–is a food-rating system developed by Dr. Joel Fuhrman that assigns a score of 1-1000 to all foods based …