I started watching the Jazzy Vegetarian shortly after the first air date back in September 2011. I was immediately taken in by Laura Theodore’s effervescent personality, and easy-to-prepare recipes. Oh, and one of my favorite musical genres is jazz.
One of my favorite childhood food memories is when my Russian Godmother, my Aunt Dot (famous for her amazing Fruit Cake) would make the most mouth-watering potato cheese pierogis and cabbage pierogis. They were absolutely addictive. One thousand was not enough and one was
Unexpected company just arrived, and you need a quick, yet elegant, dessert to rustle up? No worries. This Chocolate Mousse recipe has you covered, using items that you might well have in your pantry and fridge.
This delicious recipe is a riff on my Italian grandmother’s Easter Rice Pie, which was laden with 3 pounds of ricotta and a dozen eggs, not to mention the extraordinary amount of sugar. I’ve veganified it, and added the dried fruit and chocolate chips. You can change it
Nothing says I love you like Mostly-Raw Devilishly-Dark Chocolate Cake Truffles!
These quick and easy treats are absolutely delicious and decadent – prefect when you need to impress that special someone. Dark chocolate cake truffles are a surefire winner and they take practically no time at
You might be thinking, hum, a little late for this recipe. Would have been nice to have it for New Year’s Day, and you’re probably right about that. However, this is such a yummy recipe that you’ll want to add this to your cadre of ‘go-to’ dishes. It
This was a fun recipe that I created “on the fly” because I was hosting the Sedona Garden Club; and the topic I was speaking on was “Dehydrating”. Now, as I always say, “my Excalibur dehydrator must do more than make kale chips”. I wanted
As you might know, I provide Vegan Boutique Culinary Demonstrations and Tastings. In keeping with the season, the class on December 4 was Holiday Bookends – Savory Starts and Fragrant Finishes. Thirteen students gathered for a Holiday feast.
Today we harvested the last of our plum tomatoes from the garden. Wanting to luxuriate in the last of our bounty, I was determined to make the most of the richness and umami flavor that can be imparted when a plum tomato meets high temperatures, as in roasting.
That being said, however, that were only five beauties; so it seemed sinful to turn on the oven for such a small batch. Ah, but alas! Not to be diverted from my goal. The perfect solution was the air fryer, which has become my go-to appliance on the kitchen counter.
The prep was simple – I cut the plum tomatoes in half lengthwise, laid them cut side up in the air fryer frying basket, sprinkled a dash of Himalayan pink sea salt, sesame seeds, garlic powder, and fresh ground white pepper on top, put them in the air fryer at 390 degrees Fahrenheit for 15 minutes, and let the air fryer do its duty.