Tag Archives: vegetarian
Asparagus Pesto

Must Try: Asparagus Pesto

There is nothing to discuss here, really. I love asparagus. I love pesto. I love pasta. My initially intended dinner wasn’t ready in time, so here is a quickly whipped asparagus pesto to save the day. Served with spaghetti as an emergency dinner option, but that’s not the only use, as you may guess: chicken, […]

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Confit Byaldi by Thomas Keller, also known as Ratatouille from Pixar's animated movie

A Fairy Tale Dish Worthy Of Your Table

A quick post today, a tribute to a great chef and a great movie that connected through food. I encountered this recipe some time after I saw Pixar’s movie Ratatouille.  Naturally, there was a lot of interested in the dish due to the movie’s success, so the recipe was published by several independent sources, The New […]

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Curried Cabbage & Kale Gratin

Eat Your Veggies! Curried Cabbage & Kale Gratin

When I think of vegetables, I  think of a side dish or a salad. The vegetable could certainly play an important part of the main dish, but usually in a form of a wrap or a container for delicious stuffing, or a backdrop to fragrant meat.  To put it into an American way of thinking — vegetables are […]

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