Latkes made with boiling potatoes instead of starchy baking ones, really? And with celery root, rutabagas and parsnips? You must be kidding. What would our forefather's say? "Well" I would tell them, “I still fry them in oil so I’m honoring Hanukkah.”
A new casserole to be thankful for.
Gold Potato, Root Vegetable Gratin Tired of trying to revamp that green bean or broccoli casserole to fit today’s dietary standards, here is a new one just in time for the holidays. It may not be as colorful, but it is more nutritious, packed with vitamins and absolutely delicious. .
A rainbow of spring veggies for your Easter or Passover plate. Bouquet of Baked Spring Vegetables. Prep them, bake them and serve them all in one casserole. It doesn't get easier than this.
Scarlett onions, crimson peppers, orange carrots, emerald asparagus and yellow and green squash bake into a rainbow of colors on your plate. They are the perfect veggies to go with your Easter ham or Passover brisket.
"Wow! Risotto!" my vegetarian daughter, Caryn, exclaimed when I set a bowl of finely chopped and roasted cauliflower on the table. "Not exactly," I explained, "unless you want to call this roasted cauliflower risotto."
You won't want to pass up this simple spinach recipe that I guarantee will turn over a new leaf in your spinach cooking repertoire. It has revolutionized cooking plain spinach for me–and you can even make it for crowd.
How many roles can one mushroom play? How about an excellent hors d'oeuvre, first course, vegetable side dish or vegetarian entree? Vegetables don't get more versatile than this.
Each bite of this fragrant tart encapsulates the beauty of Fall and nostalgia of Thanksgiving. Assembling it is a little more complicated than most of my recipes, but if you take it a step at a time, you will have great success.
Deeply browned, crisp-tender asparagus spears, sprinkled with garlic breadcrumbs, is a vegetable dish that brightens almost any entree from grilled to braised.
Eggplant slices take on delicious charred flavor when roasted over high heat. Drizzling the slices with spicy, earthy and lemony Moroccan Chermoula sauce adds great depth of flavor. These are so tasty that I like to just pick them up and eat them out of my hands.
These are no ordinary carrots. Cooking them in honey and then seasoning with cumin makes them so flavorful that they become a conversation piece. Everyone tries to guess the ingredients.