Tag Archive: Recipe

Savory French Toast Bake

This was an insanely delicious and out-of-the-ordinary take on French toast that I highly recommend! It sort of combines French toast with your favorite omelette, so really you can put in it anything… Continue reading

Mushroom Pâté

If you’re looking for a simple and delicious appetizer or snack, you should really try out this mushroom pâté that I got from Sassy Radish: Mushrooms Onions Olive oil, and Salt. Sauté the… Continue reading

Homemade Tortilla Chips with Avocado Dip

The Chips I used to make homemade chips all the time with my old roommate back in Portland. It’s perfect because you can just make the amount you want, and they’re way better… Continue reading

Kale, Sun Dried Tomato, and Swiss Frittata

I had friends coming over for brunch and wanted to make something a little more exciting than omelets – although I had all the ingredients: Eggs Kale Sun dried tomatoes Mushrooms Swiss cheese… Continue reading

Coconut Vegetables over Rice

This was the first thing I made in my new kitchen!! I got the basic outline of this dish from Apple Pie, Pastis & Pâté but I didn’t use shrimp paste or ginger… Continue reading

Sand Art Salad

I’m stealing this back from my friend Marisa, since I have my own blog now – but check her out at Marisa’s Healthy Kitchen, her recipes are amazing!! This salad you can make… Continue reading

Alkaline Broth

While we’re on a health kick…. This I originally got from a naturopath in Portland, OR who said it can help balance the body – she recommends drinking at least half a cup… Continue reading

Stir-fried Greens with Cherries and Mixed Nuts

What I had in my kitchen tonight was some stir-fry greens that were dying, some scallions that were almost dead, dried unsweetened cherries, and salted mixed nuts (the latter 2 I’d originally bought… Continue reading

Sweet Potato with Aduki Beans and Green Pepper

An old roommate of mine (see Why I Heart NYC) used to make this, or something similar, all the time. She’d throw a poked sweet potato into the microwave for 8 minutes, and… Continue reading

Easy Bean Dip

I’m convinced this dip can be made with any bean, as the original recipe from Lemons and Anchovies called for cannelini beans, but all I had was pinto. I realized last minute that… Continue reading