I love Middle Eastern flavors, and couscous is a classic vehicle for carrying richly flavored foods, such as dishes of chickpeas. If you do decide to use this as a side dish to some spicy skewers, try adding a yogurt and cucumber sauce, too.
Couscous With Chickpeas, Fennel, and Olives
1 large fennel bulb, trimmed and … Read more
I just found out about hemp hearts—raw, shelled, hemp seeds) this evening when I came upon a series of hemp tabouli recipes on Twitter.
Intrigued, I began reading about the Manitoba Harvest organic hemp seeds and found they:
- Have zero net carbs
- Are non-GMO project verified /and/ organic
- Contain more protein and omegas and less carbs than the same serving
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It’s the weekend and that means…waffles!! My crispy protein waffles are a dream, but we like something liquid on top. Enter this creamy berry breakfast sauce: wonderful on waffles and pancakes, but I can see using it over desserts, perhaps some whole-fat Greek yogurt, or even over ice cream. Plus, it doesn’t hurt that this bumps up the morning’s intake … Read more
This is a great side dish for jambalaya. Small bits of cauliflower are processed into rice-sized pieces, giving the dish a very traditional look.
Cajun Cauliflower Rice
Yield: 8 servings
1 large head cauliflower
1 red pepper, diced
1 cup onions, diced
1 cup celery, diced
6 tablespoons olive oil
6 cloves garlic, minced
1/2 teaspoon dried thyme
1/2 teaspoon … Read more
Wild rice is wonderful with game, and in pilafs, casseroles, stuffings, salads and soups. It’s not a true rice but rather the seed of an aquatic grass that still grows wild in the Great Lakes region of the United States. Wild rice can be mixed with short-grain brown rice, which will add a contrasting texture, color, and flavor.
I … Read more
I grew up eating oatmeal for breakfast every morning. Okay…nearly every morning. My mother cooked it in a Revereware stainless steel pot. My grandmother used a much-loved, old, bent copper pot. Understandably, I thought that oatmeal came from standing at the stove, stirring a pot.
But then I fell in love.
My very Irish sweetie owns a Zojirushi rice … Read more