Hummus is already a pretty perfect food. Chickpeas (also known as garbanzos), garlic, lemon juice and tahini, which is a paste made from ground sesame seeds, blended together into a dip or spread. I like to give my hummus both a flavor and a health boost by adding fresh, chopped kale. Why kale?? It’s → Hungry for more?
Spring has sprung, at least according to my calendar, but even if winter still rules the forecast it’s time to give a warm welcome to the best that the season has to offer — crisp, fresh vegetables, bountiful berries and dining al fresco. Here are four tips, tools and techniques to help bring the wonders → Hungry for more?
For a novice cook, a kitchen, a recipe and assorted foodstuff can become a veritable culinary minefield. As a cooking instructor, I’ve seen firsthand many of the pitfalls beginning cooks fall victim to. And it’s not pretty. Over the next few days, I’ll share five of the most common cooking mistakes I’ve had the pleasure → Hungry for more?
I’m celebrating Dr. Seuss’ birthday — it’s tomorrow — with a rhyme and a how-to! “He can even sizzle sizzle. He can do that, too, like an egg in a frying pan. How about you?” …from Mr. Brown Can Moo! Can You? by Dr. Seuss If it’s breakfast food you’re looking for, Kiss cereal goodbye. → Hungry for more?
Green Eggs & Ham by Dr. Seuss is still my favorite book of all time. It made me want to read, write and try everything (at least once). My post today honors Dr. Seuss…and Spinach! “After that, a week went by. Then one dark night in Grin-itch I had to do an errand there And → Hungry for more?