Cinco de Mayo pudding

Before I even heard of Mark Bittman, I was making this NY Times recipe for Mexican chocolate pudding. And while I spent most of today thinking about Yom HaShoah, Cinco de Mayo tends to better lend itself to a recipe post. Besides, I could use a chocolate pick-me-up. MEXICAN TOFU PUDDING (from a NY Times … Continue reading Cinco de Mayo pudding

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Sweet Roasted Beets

Our garden is full of beets and greens, and that's about it now that the weather's gone south. I think we'll manage just fine with the two. ROASTED BEETS AND GREENS 3-4 large beets, peeled and sliced 4 handfuls greens (kale, chard, spinach) 3 freshly minced garlic cloves 1/4 cup raw walnuts sea salt and … Continue reading Sweet Roasted Beets

Blooming Onion…Almost

Ever taste a blooming onion? The thing practically melts in your mouth. It also sits in your gut. You eat it because your eyes think it's a good idea, and then your stomach hates you for the rest of the night. Try this simpler, healthier onion for a delicious side that you can eat and … Continue reading Blooming Onion…Almost

Make a sandwich and call it dinner

If it was hard to find time to cook in the summer because I was too busy playing, it's even harder now that I'm too busy shlepping. Between carpools, extracurriculars, coaching running club and work, there's little time for dinner. And yet, my kids are hungrier than ever after school.One of my favorite go-to dinners … Continue reading Make a sandwich and call it dinner