Category Archive: Sides

Sweet Onion Cups with Sweet Potatoes and Matzah Pinenut Honey Crumble

  First of all, gluten-free matzah is way better than regular, which is not something you can say about much. Second – super funny that THIS is the recipe they have on the back… Continue reading

Sweet Corn Zucchini Mushroom Bake

    This was, according to dinner guests, “crack” – so delicious (probably because of all the butter and cheese…) and the sweet corn was definitely the star so don’t skip that! Another recipe… Continue reading

Amaranth Quinoa “Risotto” with Sautéed Mushrooms

  So, sounds fancy and delectable, but it wasn’t that great. Kind of just tasted like amaranth. Sorry friends-who-always-invite-us-over-and-make-us-delicious-food! If only we’d made you the Orange Roughy from last night…. But I think it… Continue reading

Sweet Potato Hash

  I was at my mom’s, and we were making brunch for 8 people. Kind of a lot, but I do have a history of massive brunches with my old roommates on the upper upper… Continue reading

Caramelized Broccoli with Garlic

  I’ve only ever thought of caramelizing onions (or sugar) so the thought that you can caramelize broccoli was intriguing! This recipe from Food and Wine was great, although all of the stages take longer… Continue reading

Raw Avocado and Cucumber Soup

 I feel like all I’ve been eating for the past 3 days is avocado and yogurt (I do have a chicken roasting in the oven so don’t worry – or maybe do worry… Continue reading

Kimchi Fried Rice

  This is all I want to eat for then next I-don’t-know-how-long. First of all, I’m entering into a super laggart obsession with fermented foods, and how they’re so good for you. So why… Continue reading

Flat Beans with Tomato and Garlic

  This week at my CSA I had a choice between string beans and flat beans – flat beans, obviously! I guess they pretty much taste and function the same way, but they’re cooler… Continue reading

Raw Sweet Corn Soup with Yellow Peppers and Coconut Milk

  Raw sweet corn is the most delicious thing! And if you don’t cook it, it retains all of its nutritional properties as a vegetable, instead of devolving into a simple starch. It’s amazing… Continue reading

Spiced Quinoa Tabbouleh

  At my CSA this week they said I could take all the parsley I wanted because no one seemed to be into it. Why not?? Tabbouleh!!! The more parsley the better.  This time… Continue reading