As chef, writer, speaker, florist, gardener and mom,
href="http://sidrapractice.blogspot.com/2010/07/vegan-class-thursday-july-8th.html" target="_blank">Sidra Forman has a practice that integrates aesthetics, nutrition and health
(adapted from Sidra Forman) About 1 lb. small, baby potatoes 1 c. raw green pumpkin seeds Olive oil 1/4 c. plus about 2 teaspoons water 1/2 tsp. salt Quarter potatoes and toss with olive oil. Roast in a 350 degree oven for about 30-40 minutes. Place seeds, 1 tablespoon olive oil, salt and water in […]
This makes a delicious summer dessert. 2 pts. fresh summer berries (raspberries, blackberries, blueberries) 1 c. raw cashews 1 c. warm water 1 tsp. salt Maple syrup Soak cashews for about 1 hour in warm water. Place water, cashews and salt in a blender and puree until smooth like cream (adding more water if needed). […]
This recipe is from
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About 8 squash blossoms
1 small package of goat cheese
1 small onion or half large, grated on a box grater
Panko bread crumbs
Gently clean squash blossoms by running under a little cool water. Let dry on paper towel. In a bowl mix goat cheese, onion and one egg. Place mixture in a large plastic bag and cut a whole in the corner to make a piping bag. Open squash blossom and pipe some of the mix into each flower. Close top. Beat another egg in a small bowl and thin with a little water. Place the mixture on a small plate. Place about 1 cup panko on a small plate. Roll each blossom in the egg wash, then the panko. Fry in a pan with a little oil until just brown.
Summer squash can be grown throughout the United States anytime during the warm months
Our recipe is featured in this month’s Flavor Magazine. Serves 6-8 6 c. cubed watermelon, deseeded 1 pint raspberries 1 Tbls. fresh ginger, grated 3 limes, juiced 1 1/2 qts. seltzer or soda water Fresh mint leaves Place watermelon, raspberries, ginger, and lime juice in a blender and whir until smooth. Strain into a pitcher […]
Tasty, tempting, mouth-watering tomatoes are at market now! Many would agree that few ingredients are better than a ripe, red tomato just off the vine – still warm from the summer sun.