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I made this salad for the Cooking Demo at Williams-Sonoma, July 10th (following a trip to the Farmer’s Market) in Los Gatos. This Salad is based on the Bok Choy Chopped Salad I created for Intel, June 21, 22. Customers really enjoyed this fresh, crunchy, spicy salad … you will too, if you enjoy a soy [...]
I created this soup for the Cooking Demo at Williams-Sonoma, July 10th (following a trip to the Farmer’s Market) in Los Gatos. A couple of the people who stopped by knew that cabbage is good for the stomach, protecting against, and aiding recovery of, stomach ulcers. This brought back memories of when I first started [...]
Drying kale leaves is easy … in the dehydrator – or in the oven (on the lowest temperature possible). Here’s what you need (utensils, gadgets, etc) and how to do it.
The flavors that come together in this soup is ahhhhmaaaaazing, ….and requires a bit of planning and a bit of time.
This cabbage and green apple slaw ‘turned a corner’ with the caraway and coconut dressing. Yum!
This recipe, from Matt Samulson is sdfsdfsldkjfl
It’s good, just as it is.
Pineapple Pizzettes Veggie toppings: sliced zucchini, tomatoes, diced onion, bell peppers …. on a pineapple ring ‘crust’ *** Sun-dried Tomato Marinara RAW Sauce Combine all ingredients, including tomato soaking water, into food processor and puree until very thick and uniformly smooth. 1 cup sun-dried tomato, soaked in 2cups water for 1+ hour 1 fresh tomato [...]
A remarkable recipe being it reflects – so well – the original cooked chickpea hummus. Recipe by Raw Chef Sam Lippman, no need to change a thing.
The sweet and sour flavors of this tapenade made it unforgettable.