Grape, Honey, Yogurt – Recipe

Welcome to Herbivoracious! If this is your first visit, please start here.

Driving home from work the other day, I was musing about whether I could make a plate with cheese and grapes swapping forms. I figured I could make an agar gel of the grapes and spherify a triple-cream cheese. …

Continue Reading

Asparagus and Tofu with Guilin Chili Sauce

I love to stir-fry asparagus. I most often serve it in a Chinese fermented black bean sauce. The slightly funky saltiness of the preserved beans seems to be a perfect complement to the sweet-bitter crispness of the vegetable.

I recently picked up my first jar of Guilin Chili Sauce, and as soon as I tasted …

Continue Reading

Pan-Fried Potato Gnocchi with Arugula - Recipe

I made gnocchi the other day, and yes my daughter helped. We ate most of them with a simple tomato sauce. They were good but a bit on the heavy side. I haven't really mastered the art of ultra-light potato gnocchi. If you have a hot tip on how to achieve pillowy lightness, please share. …

Continue Reading

Chopped Salad – Revisiting A Classic Recipe

Chopped salad is just exactly what it sounds like: a salad whose ingredients have all been cut down to a fairly uniform size, around 1/2" cubes. It works well as a side dish and it shines as one of the all time great entree salads when you want a lighter meal. It is easy to …

Continue Reading

Flying Squirrel Pizza Company, Seward Park, Seattle, WA – Restaurant Review

My favorite pie at Flyinq Squirrel Pizza Company

So let me stipulate upfront: I'm a friend of Bill Coury, the owner of Flying Squirrel Pizza Company. Bill worked in the Starbucks Hear Music division for a long time, but he always had this dream of opening a pizza place. And boy has he done it right. …

Continue Reading

Challah French Toast Bread Pudding Goodness – Recipe

Challah French toast bread pudding

We’ve been more regular about celebrating Shabbat on Friday nights over the past year. My Friiday night menus rarely really go with challah though, so we often end up most of a loaf left over. This is no cause for sadness though, because challah (along with its …

Continue Reading

Vietnamese Lemongrass Green Beans and Tofu – Recipe

Vietnamese Lemongrass Green Beans and Tofu

More easy, weeknight-accessible goodness. Serve this with the Coconut Rice and a salad with a nice lime-based dressing and you are eating well tonight. The idea here is maximum flavor, provided by substantial quantities of lemongrass, ginger and garlic.

If you haven't worked with lemongrass before, you need to know …

Continue Reading
Page 60 of 103« First...1020...5859606162...7080...Last »