Category: Vegetables

Golden Beet Carpaccio With Oregano Vinaigrette

Golden Beet Carpaccio With Oregano Vinaigrette

Golden beet carpaccio has been a favorite dish of mine this summer. To be honest, I’ve always been fond of beets and this dish merely reflects my love of this simple, yet  incredibly flavorful, vegetable. Beetroot is the taproot portion of a beet plant. In Canada and 

Cabbage And Potato Pancakes

Cabbage And Potato Pancakes

My love of savory pancakes is no secret. Latkes are a stable in my house and not just during Hanukkah. I still prefer a crispy scallion pancakes over cake, but I know there are not many that would say that. This is a recipe for 

Roasted Brussels Sprouts With Almonds & Pomegranate

Roasted Brussels Sprouts With Almonds & Pomegranate

Love them or hate them, Brussels sprouts have been considered a tradition at Thanksgiving and Christmas celebrations for centuries. My childhood memories of sprouts are not flattering. Most of my friends have similar stories. To clarify, there is nothing more unappealing than a mushy, flavorless, overcooked 

Scandinavian Pickled Cucumbers

Scandinavian Pickled Cucumbers

More than 1,000 years ago the Vikings were preserving fish (pre-refrigeration) with some combination of salt and vinegar. Modern-day Danes continue to do the same. Today, Pickling is still considered a cornerstone of traditional Danish food. From fish to cucumbers, people in Denmark pickle just about 

Quick Pickled Okra

Quick Pickled Okra

Let’s chat a bit about okra. Some people are scared by it, but I love it. Okra, also known as “ladies fingers” or “ochro”, is a flowering plant in the mallow family (the same family that includes hibiscus and cotton) that’s cultivated for its edible green seed 

Roasted Cauliflower Steaks With Whipped Feta

Roasted Cauliflower Steaks With Whipped Feta

Impress everyone with this lovely seasonal and satisfying roasted cauliflower steak with whipped feta recipe.  Honestly, I would eat plain old roasted cauliflower everyday.  But as I have said before (and my husband strongly believes), cheese makes everything better.  This dish is actually inspired by a