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Wellington

The Impossible Asian Inspired Wellington

0 of 5 20 Minutes 4

One hundred chefs were shipped Impossible Food’s groundbreaking plant-based meat in order to show off its limitless possibilities and to compete in a recipe contest. Here is my grand prize...

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Kisir

Kisir Salad, an Ancient Grain for Modern Times

0 of 5 60 Minutes 12 servings

Sometimes we forget about the simple things in life and making Kisir salad is one of them. Kisir is a traditional salad in Turkish cuisine made with ground bulgur, parsley and...

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farmers cheese

Whipped Farmers Cheese, Aka Quark, Chia Seeds & Sweet Plum Compote

5 of 5 120 Minutes 20 ounces

Whipped farmers cheese, chia seeds and sweet plum compote is one of my favorite foods for breakfast or as a snack. Quark, as it’s called in Germany, beats Greek yogurt...

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Pineapple ginger iced tea

Pineapple Ginger Iced Tea, made with the Pineapple Core

0 of 5 15 Minutes 2 quarts

I LOVE fresh pineapple and enjoy pineapple grilled, baked, broiled, poached, roasted, sautéed, stir-fried and in my pineapple ginger iced tea. That pretty much tells you how versatile pineapple is...

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Tres Leches Bundt Cake

Tres Leches Bundt Cake, Baked with Chickpeas

0 of 5 20 Minutes 13 cakes

Tres Leches bundt cake, just in time for Cinco de Mayo. A day of celebrating, eating tacos, drinking margaritas and having wonderful desserts. The Tres Leches bundt cake recipe, baked with...

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"Müesli" Oatmeal or How to Sweeten Up a Bowl of Steel Cut Oats

“Müesli” Oatmeal or How to Sweeten Up a Bowl of Steel Cut Oats

4 of 5 30 Minutes 4

Müesli is a Swiss-German word for mix. Bircher Müesli was introduced by the Swiss physician, Maximilian Bircher-Benner, for patients in his sanatorium called “Vital Force” that he opened in 1897. Serving a diet...

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