This granola is loaded with spices and crunch, and lightly sweetened with maple. It is the perfect salad topper or savory yogurt bowl accompaniment. The flavors are inspired by dukkah, a spice and nut blend that can be found in Arab cusine. There are many ways to make dukkah, but I have found my favorite
When I first threw this together a few weeks ago, I did not plan on it being a recipe I would blog. It was a quickly tossed together lunch that I knew would fill me up before work. I chopped up some radicchio, added some canned chickpeas, and then decided to add tuna. I happened
This is a hearty, satiating stew that will help get you through a cold winter day. The base is roasted and pureed cabbage and parsnip, which both have plenty of flavor. Then there are chunks of rutabaga, turnip, and carrot. Sometimes I also add potatoes, although I did not for this batch. The stew is
Chili is a Halloween tradition for my family. When we were kids, one of my parents made a big pot of beef chili on Halloween. They would serve it with an assortment of toppings like shredded cheese, sour cream, and always Fritos. Then we would warm and fill our bellies with it before we left
Dried beans are a part of my family’s normal stocked pantry. I keep some canned beans on hand for short-cuts, but I prefer the process of cooking beans from the dried state myself when I have time. Beans in a can are usually just water and salt. Homemade beans can have whatever your heart desires.