Tag: vegetarian

Linguine with Roasted Sunchokes and Calabrian Peppers

If you are not familiar with sunchokes, allow me to make an introduction. They are sometimes also called Jerusalem Artichokes. They are a root vegetable that looks a bit knobby almost like ginger. Their flavor is earthy, but slightly sweet, almost as if a potato met an artichoke. Their sweetness is enhanced with cooking. They

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Kale Salad with Roasted Cauliflower and Beets

I first made this salad on Christmas Eve of 2014. The colors are perfect for Christmas, and there is a symphony of flavors from the roasted cauliflower, earthy beets, shallots, sherry vinaigrette, and pecans that are lightly glazed with maple. The beets can be roasted ahead of time. If you are serving for a holiday,

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Root Vegetable Chickpea Stew

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

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