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Tempeh for Lung Cancer: Two Recipes to Help Inhibit Malignant Growth (Guest post from Kelsey Servi) Tempeh –it’s what’s for dinner. (If you’re trying to naturally prevent lung cancer growth, that is.) In a recent 2013 article, researchers from the University of Arkansas found that soybeans with a high oleic acid content could inhibit the [...]
The final selection surprised even me. Of all things, humble cauliflower rose to the occasion.
The main Thai ingredient in this dish is roasted chili paste. It is spicy of course, and also has a deep and complex flavor. Cauliflower, with its mild flavor is a perfect compliment. In this case, opposites definitely attract!
The yogurt will thicken considerably the longer it stands. In the first stage it will be like sour cream. At this point it is great in dips, on sandwiches instead of mayonaise or in salads. Think curried potato salad…
Every once in a while it rises to the occasion when a light, easy preparation is called for. Here, finished with a splash of white wine and a sprinkle of capers, chicken takes a starring role on the plate.
The name Picatta means sharp. Fresh lemon juice is responsible for the name in this case. The finished dish is bright, lively, and delicious
The carbs of the rice and sweetness of the pineapple worked magic on our frame of mind.
This delicious Indian soup is easy to make. It provides a great refresher at any time of day. Enjoy this recipe from the Moosewood Collective. MULLIGATAWNY SOUP 1 1/2 Cups Chopped Onions 1 Medium Red or Green Bell Pepper,seeded and chopped 1 Celery Stalk, Chopped 1 Firm Tomato, Chopped 2 Tbs Ghee 1 Small Chili, seeded [...]
Whole cranberries cooked with chopped dates and spiced with fresh green chilies is pictured here. Together with cardamom and cinnamon the tart flavor of cranberry balances out to an almost spicy result… For a twist on the perennial green bean casserole, spice up those traditional veggies with a mixture of black mustard seed, cumin seed, and crushed red pepper for a lively dish that you will love.
Poaching fish is a foolproof method to make sure it comes out moist. In this dish fresh tomato is grated to form a poaching liquid. Celery and onion give the sauce body and texture.
Stuffed chicken breasts are common in country style cooking. They are easy to assemble, in spite of their sophisticated appearance… You can assemble these ahead of time if you’re having friends over. They also travel well if you are going to a potluck. The beautiful presentation guarantees you will be the hero either way.
The dish that arrived at our table, however, was something completely different. Here was a celebration of color, shape and texture. The dish was spiced with fresh jalapeno and a salted lime dressing. Crisp, roasted cashew nuts topped the salad, giving it its name.