Turmeric is a perennial herbaceous plant that reaches up to 1 m tall. Highly branched, yellow to orange, cylindrical, aromatic rhizomes are found.The leaves are alternate and arranged in two... Read more
Yellow dockYellow dock is an herb. The leaf stalks are used in salads. The root is used as medicine. It has powerful antioxidant properties that detoxify the liver and clean harmful elements... Read more
The health benefits of bananas include improved cardiovascular health, prevention of high blood pressure and improved cholesterol levels. The fiber in bananas is good for digestion, and the... Read more
Inflammation is a process by which the body’s white blood cells and substances they produce protect us from infection with foreign organisms, such as bacteria and viruses.Inflammation does n... Read more
Rosmarinus officinalis, commonly known as rosemary, is a woody, perennial herb with fragrant, evergreen, needle-like leaves and white, pink, purple, or blue flowers, native to the Mediterran... Read more
In the summer-autumn period it is time for figs, which are not only honey sweet, but also very healthy. Figs are extremely recommended for all who enjoy a lot of meat and white flour food be... Read more
A proper diet is the foundation of diabetes treatment. It should provide enough carbohydrates, fat, protein, vitamins and minerals. It must be measured and the amount of fat must be reduced... Read more
For a slim tummy, fill your plate with foods that speed up metabolism and reduce bloat. Eat your way to a flatter belly There isn’t a person that doesn’t want flat tummy, however besides ex... Read more
Joint pain affects most people, no matter of their age or occupation, adults, seniors, teenagers, and athletes. The intensity of pain ranges from mild to intensive thus turning into a real d... Read more
Salads are considered to be healthy food; however this does not apply to every salad especially to the ones containing sauces. The sauces contain ingredients which are not healthy like hidde... Read more
I think of this as a sheet pan sandwich recipe. You roast a bunch of mushrooms and scallions in a hot oven as your main components. And you whip up a simple poblano yogurt while those are roasting. Pile everything high on top of hearty slices of well-toasted bread, and you’re set.
The poblano yogurt is a key component here, but I totally understand if you want to skip out on it because of time, lack of poblanos, or you’re anti-chile. No problem, just about any flavor-forward yogurt slather will do in its place. You could simply crush a clove of garlic into some paste with a pinch of salt, and stir that in your favorite plain yogurt – also delicious. Or, whisk a tablespoon of harissa paste into your yogurt.
Some fascinating emails have come through my in-box over the past decade. One example arrived back in 2015 from Erica Sonnenburg, which led to this write-up shortly thereafter. Erica and her... Read more
I’m lucky to be the occasional recipient of Josey Baker experimentations. The other day Josey handed me a still-hot loaf of 100% einkorn bread – substantial, fragrant, a dark bro... Read more
What is a magic sauce? It’s a simple sauce you can use a hundred different ways. And you should absolutely have one or two in your repertoire! Here are a handful of the best. 1. Origin... Read more
Hang in there with me on this one. It’s a study in efficiency, and with some faith, it all comes together in the end. In short, poach a whole head of cauliflower in an olive-oil dappled, chile-spiked, beer-based broth, then wedge it & roast it until golden-crusted and butter tender. At the last minute, use that same broth to cook your favorite pasta. Serve it all up in a bowl with a shower of fresh herbs.
PRO TIP: Only add as much pasta as you’ll eat to the broth. It’s not great for leftovers. Use whatever pasta you like – I used a whole wheat fusilli here, but you could use penne, or one of the alternative grain or legume pastas.
I started working on this recipe just before leaving San Francisco. It’s the perfect hearty bowl for cold nights, wintery weather, or summer in SF. A squeeze of lemon brightens everything up.
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