Posts tagged kale
Sunday Supper

On Sunday I look forward to making a family dinner. The farmers' market is open in the morning, and that gives time to shop for fresh produce, plan a menu and cook. As I'm in the kitchen preparing a meal for my family, I recall the Ang Lee film, Eat Drink Man Woman. The scene opens with a the main character preparing Sunday dinner for his family.

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SUPERFOOD APHRODISIACS: HOLIDAY SMOOTHIE

It's the holiday season. We've had a lot of celebrating at my house which, of course, involved cooking and eating. If you're feeling thank-full like I am, make superfood smoothies. Even though my Thanksgiving menu at home was mostly vegan (everything vegan but the turkey) I've been feeling fatigued from all of the fun events and family time. 

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Love Soup

As Thanksgiving is at the end of the month, the kitchen beckons. I’m dreaming up side dishes and figuring out what to make for the gathering at my table. But menu planning requires something good to satisfy your belly and soul, so make a pot of nourishing soup while you plan your holiday feast.

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Blueberry Almond Bliss by the Sea

This morning I slept in a little. The ocean's soothing sound outside my window, rolling and hushing, rolling and hushing. Being alone in bed, without jumping up to the 5:30am alarm to rouse my daughter out her slumber and hurry her off to school, without my other children, without school lunches to pack or any reason to get up, I felt a push-pull of ache and relief.

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Clay Pot Cooking for a Sunday at Home

Here is a comforting recipe for Squash, Bean & Quinoa Stew with Kale served with a boule miche of French bread and garnished with a spoonful of homemade pistou.

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Memorable Downtown Los Angeles Dinners : Church & State - Ktchn105 - Rivera
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