Stir-fried veggies and meat with a Ginger Orange Glaze similar to “Panda Express Orange Chicken”
A salad dressing that is tangy, fresh, bright and heated. Good any time of year. Good on salad, fish, chicken, pork.
Here are meal ideas and recipes, based on the guidelines in the “Anticancer book” and based on my clients’ food in their pantry/fridge and their likes and dislikes. Each dish builds on the previous one — using leftovers.
Options aplenty! Here’s an almost complete guide to using tomatoes: whole, chopped, sliced and blended. Several recipes, too, ones that might be unique to you. Enjoy!
I served this vegan version of a Caprese Salad for a group of 14 women at Stillheart. It was a HUGE hit …. the flavors, the textures and the adventure of eating it — with a steak knife.
T’was hard to select a star player of our meal when two of the three dishes really stood out. I’ll give my vote to this one, tho, because it clearly can stand on its own. This vegetarian version of the Caprese Salad was very very good! What a beautiful presentation, too.
Fish dinner with culinary student was a success! He can use the parchment paper cooking method for many other dishes. He has plenty of Basil Butter to use on other dishes like soups, fish, meats, salads – too!
Here is a photo gallery of one-day event I catered at Stillheart Retreat Center. I only wish I could have also participated in the program — Phyllis and Laurie were fabulous to work with, and everyone had such glowing faces throughout the day — nourished by the workshop and the food.
Another version of my Raw Pad Thai, served at a 3-day retreat.
I love love love the bamboo steamer, it cooks evenly and fast, and rinses clean. Just fill the pan with water, bring to high heat, put as many layers of bamboo units as you need and let it steam. Definitely need to use hot pads -oh, that’s a midwest term for “oven mits.”