My most recent love affair with a vegetable is with King Oyster Mushrooms. Such versatility! So much fun playing in the kitchen, tweaking recipes like this one for ‘Pulled Pork’.
Last week’s have-at-it was transforming these mushrooms that look like fattened-up rods into scallops. So
As we are nearing the end of artichoke season, it is not without much culinary sadness on my part. Truly a stuffed artichoke ranks as one of my most beloved vegetable starters (although I’ve been known to eat them as my actual meal when they are big enough to
My love for watching cooking shows started with my love affair with The French Chef (aka Julia Child) back in the early 1960’s. I would race home to catch an episode on PBS at every opportunity. I loved her juxtaposition of
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
Vegan Night Out here in the Sedona/Verde Valley area has become a much-anticipated event. While we are known as one of the premiere vacation destinations in the world for its natural beauty and outdoor activities, vegan dining has not necessarily historically been in the
I’ve always had a love for cooking and read cookbooks and cooking magazines the way other people read books. They inspire me to create my own recipes and have taught me the ‘science’ of cooking, most especially baking.
Julia Child (definitely nothing veg about her, but probably the greatest skills technician) and my maternal Italian grandmother, Mary, were my first mentors. With the advent of the celebrity chef and abundance of television cooking shows, inspiration continued to be placed before me. Food, its preparation with love, and the creativity it sparks within me, became a passion of mine.
Now’s your chance to make a difference by giving your time to the Sedona VegFest 2020!
The theme of this year’s event is Plants for the Planet and the intention is to educate
attendees on the benefits of a plant-based lifestyle for humans, animals and our environment.
Volunteer 4 hours and you will receive FREE admission to both days, January 18 & 19, have a great experience, plus get a T-shirt & tote bag. Go to healthyworldsedona.com to signup for your preferred time slot. Thank you!