Does anyone else ever feel like they’re at a loss for new and different Winter meals? About this time, I start to get bored with my Winter staples, and dream of new warm, savory, hearty dishes to satisfy those Winter taste buds and chills, and sometimes, the Winter Blues. These Herb-y Turkey Meatballs are the perfect addition to your Winter repertoire. Loaded with Sage, Thyme, Rosemary, Garlic, and Truffle Salt, these turkey meatballs are packed with hearty Winter flavors. Then there’s the velvety Read more […]
Fesen-WHAT?!?! Unfortunately for the world of foodies, so many people have never heard of Chicken Fesenjan, or had the luxury of tasting this dish.
One of the perks of growing up in Vegas was that there’s delicious, authentic food of all parts of the world on nearly every corner. Vegas is a cultural melting pot, and lucky for me, I got to enjoy many international flavors before ever leaving home. I first tasted this Persian delight at my favorite Middle Eastern Restaurant growing up. It was love Read more […]
I realize Spring is flying by and I have yet to share the Spring edition of my Great Gluten Free Grain Series… (Psst…if you happened to miss it, Winter brought a beautiful Brussels Sprout Wild Rice Salad and Maple Sage Quinoa.)
Have you been indulging in as much local organic asparagus, artichokes, spring peas, rhubarb and strawberries as I have?!
From having endless local seasonal produce come through the kitchen at the restaurant, to personal visits to the weekend Farmer’s markets, I Read more […]
As Winter makes its exit, Spring is nearing, which brings a fresh new season of vibrant greens, including some of my all-time favorites, Spinach and Artichokes! And while they’re in no way related to the artichoke, or Jerusalem for that matter, we are nearing the end of the Jerusalem Artichoke (also known as sunchokes) season.
This delicious root vegetable is rarely used, and definitely under-appreciated. Jerusalem artichokes support gut health, and are a great source of potassium Read more […]
Here’s another Winter installment for the Great Gluten Free Grains Series. Although, with the latest California weather, it feels much more like Spring. Before we know it, those hearty root veggies will be making their exit to pave the way for fresh Spring greens, like asparagus, artichokes and peas, and vibrant fruits like apricots, and my personal favorite, rhubarb!
Not only is seasonal eating more cost effective and better for your community and the environment, it also helps support Read more […]