The Missing Images

Persimmon Parsley Olive Salad

When I cook from a recipe, I love to see a photo so I know what target I’m aiming for. So I thought I should share with you photos for all of the dishes that didn’t get an image in the cookbook. Click on any photo to see it full size. Enjoy!

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King Oyster Mushroom with Roasted Cherries and Sage – No, That Isn’t Meat – Thought Process

King Oyster Mushroom with Roasted Cherries and Sage

I‘m often asked “where do you get your inspiration for the recipes?” I love this question because it gives me a chance to talk about all of the different places that ideas come from, but often in generalities. So today, I thought it might be interesting to focus on the specifics of how a particular …

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Swiss Chard with Garlic and Yogurt – Recipe

Swiss Chard with Garlic and Yogurt

Meze is the Mediterranean tradition of a meal made of several small plates. My family especially loves to eat meze-style in the summer, when no-one feels like heating up the kitchen or eating a heavy dinner. To make a nice meze, you can make a couple of items from scratch (maybe tabbouleh or this warm grape …

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Vegetarian Indian Tacos – Recipe

Navajo Fry Bread, and the Indian Tacos made with it, have a sad and storied past. They originated in Native American internment camps set up by the US government in the 1860s, as a way to use the very limited rations provided. Cynthia Detteric-Pineda has an excellent page with the details of that history and …

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Win a Signed Copy of the Herbivoracious Cookbook – Giveaway

I was just thinking, it has been awhile since I’ve given away a copy of the Herbivoracious cookbook! So here we go. The world’s simplest giveaway. Signup for the email list in the box below by Sunday, 7/15/2012 at 11:59 PM and you are automatically entered to win.

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Thai Basil Eggplant – Recipe

Thai Basil Eggplant

The Thai basil situation can be a bit confusing. The herb known specifically as Thai basil, which is what I’ve used in this dish, has purplish stems and green leaves. There is another, significantly different herb called holy basil that is also much loved in Thailand, and it has purple leaves and is incredibly aromatic. …

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Cold Sorrel and Coconut Milk Soup – Recipe

Cold Sorrel and Coconut Soup

First, a quick bit of housekeeping. I recently moved the Herbivoracious email list over to a new, more robust provider. In the process, some of you received an email asking you to reconfirm your subscription. This kind of thing is easy to miss, especially if you are aren’t expecting them. So if you aren’t getting today’s …

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