Who knew juniper berries are outstanding with cabbage? The cream mixes with the juices, turning into a thin sauce. Serve with noodles, rice, kasha, etc. Enjoy! Did you know juniper berries have been found buried in ancient Egyptian tombs? Adapted from Vegetarian Cooking for Everyone by Deborah Madison. There is an extra recipe included here for using this recipe and stuffing cabbage leaves with a cube of Blue cheese.
Roasting the broccoli with garlic and Parmesan gives this dish great flavor. You may cut all the stem off the broccoli but I like to leave a little on. You may also peel the stems, cut them in julienne strips and use them too, if you wish. Adapted from the ABC news program. From Ina Gartens new book Back to Basics(Barefoot Contessa).
Ah Mexico! Such wonderful flavors come from there. Here is a quesadilla with goat's cheese, cottage cheese and mozzarella cheese, enhanced with spinach, tomato and cilantro, and of course, some jalapeno pepper!
Portobello curry? Yum! This calls for a spicy Madras curry powder. If you can't get any, try Recipe #174350. Enjoy! Adapted from Better Homes and Gardens magazine. Feel free to add other vegetables to your liking!
Hot, salty, and a little sweet! Chile fanatics will be happy to munch on these just as they are, and they also go great with rice and scallion pancakes!
A traditional banchan made with soy sauce, lemon zest and brown sugar.
I was craving some comfort food, and created this sub sandwich. I love the saltiness of the olives, the creaminess of the avocado and cheeses, the crispness of the lettuce, with just a little contrast of sweet from the pickles! I hope you enjoy! :D