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Thai Chicken Coconut Soup

Thai Chicken Coconut Soup

There is not much to say about this recipe.....it kinda speaks for itself. It's simple and oh-so-flavorful. Warming. Filling but not heavy. A perfect fall soup....now that fall has arrived in Boulder 🙂 Thai Chicken Coconut Soup by Debbie Steinbock Ingredients: 2...

Kasha Varnishkes (Kasha & Bow-tie Noodles)

Kasha Varnishkes (Kasha & Bow-tie Noodles)

Buckwheat is my favorite whole grain. Despite the fact that it has the word “wheat” in it, buckwheat is gluten-free. Buckwheat is actually the seed from a flowering plant (related to rhubarb), and therefore many consider it a pseudo-cereal (just like quinoa is) rather...

Kale & Potato Hash

Kale & Potato Hash

This recipe is an oldie but a goodie! If you are looking for an easy way to add more greens into your diet, this one is for you. The kale in this recipe gets so crispy in the process of browning the potatoes, that it is like eating "kale chips" 🙂 We serve this dish...

Cauliflower, Carrot & Potato Soup

Cauliflower, Carrot & Potato Soup

We are fortunate to have so many good cooks in our family! I am constantly sharing recipes and personal creations with my mother, mother-in-law, sister, and brother. This particular recipe comes from my mother-in-law and has become an instant family favorite at our...

Cauliflower & Almond Flour Pizza Crust

Cauliflower & Almond Flour Pizza Crust

I grew up in New York and I ate A LOT of pizza in my childhood. A crisp thin crust, tomato sauce (with no chunks of tomato!) and cheese. Nothing fancy necessary to suit my fancy! There was always a fresh-from-the-oven-pie ready, and a slice cost about $1.25. Teenage...

Egg Drop Soup with Spring Greens & Peas

Egg Drop Soup with Spring Greens & Peas

Despite the rain and 40 degree weather (where did Spring go?!), we headed to the Farmer's Market this Saturday for one of my favorite spring foods— young braising greens! Braising greens are a mix of young greens, which can include kale, chard, collards, bok choy,...

Aphrodisiac Foods & Valentine’s Day Recipes

Aphrodisiac Foods & Valentine’s Day Recipes

For the ten years I taught monthly cooking classes, it became a tradition that every February I would offer an aphrodisiac themed class. It quickly became a favorite of mine and many of my clients! The foods were always great (well, we always served chocolate!) and...

Eating with the Seasons (and Seasonal Recipe)

Eating with the Seasons (and Seasonal Recipe)

We live in a culture where most foods are available to us at any time of the year. Go into your local food store in the middle of winter and you will probably find strawberries, despite the fact that they are only able to grow in our climate for a few months of the...

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