2-4 teaspoons grated fresh ginger 1-2 garlic cloves 1 tablespoon white miso 1 cup salted, roasted almonds 1 tablespoon tamari sauce Juice and zest of half a lemon Pinch of salt, optional Enough water to blend (I start with half a cup and add about half a cup more as the motor is running, […]
However, all is not lost, as I get to show you the nifty thing I do all the time with extra tomatoes that are just on the verge of a nervous breakdown.
These recipes are bonus recipes for my newest PCC Cooks Class, Mediterranean Vacation. There are a couple seats left here and there, check it out soon before they’re gone!
Fried Polenta with Garlic Sauce and Chimichurri… snack time!! A post shared by Lesa Sullivan-Abajian (@lesacooks) on Jun 8, 2017 at 1:46pm PDT For the polenta crisps: 1 cup dried polenta 4 cups salted water or stock 1 tablespoon freshly chopped herbs, or 1 teaspoon dried Rice bran or other high heat oil, about 2 […]
This is an efficient way to make the most of any scraps left over from breaking down your whole chicken.
Kuku Sabzi is all about the optimism of the new year, of bright green things and satiety.
I would be lying if I said I didn’t use this errrythinnng.
Hi to everyone who joined me at the Roses’ beautiful home in Gig Harbor last night. As promised, here is the recipe for the marinated olives. BY THE WAY! It turns out that there was a giant omission in the red pepper sauce directions… as in there weren’t any, and that might be due to […]
This is a favorite midweek meal that takes about twenty minutes to prepare. 1 large flank steak, about 1-3/4 lb. to 2 lbs. salt, pepper Rice bran, canola, grapeseed, safflower or other high-heat oil 1-1/2 cups Italian parsley, or a combination of parsley, mint, basil, thyme, dill and tarragon ¼ cup cilantro 1 […]
Turns out that flan isn’t really even truly-truly Spanish, which blew my mind all over again. Like most wiggly things, (I speak of chaud-froid and aspic and gelee, naturally), the flan is French.