Julia Child was about a foot taller than I am, and roughly a thousand times better a cook. The genius of her recipes is that you can make them with nearly endless variations (or follow the instructions to the letter) and they will turn out beautifully. My version of her onion soup, prompted by ... Read More about Onion Soup – Stolen from Julia Child, tweaked by me.
I can't take credit for this delicious and beautiful (did I mention refreshing?) salad. I WILL take credit for relaying it to you, though. I tore it from Eating Well Magazine possibly before the internet was a thing...maybe not that long ago, but it's been a favorite for a long time. It's one of ... Read More about Banana–Kiwi Summer Salad? I believe I will, thanks.
Spiralized Veggies, Onions, and Cream. Yes, that's right. Finally, winter! Sunny, cold, snow. Who doesn't want to get out there and do some serious XC skiing? ... but we'll need more than a half inch to do so. In the meantime, an invigorating walk will get your blood flowing and contribute to ... Read More about On A Cold Day, You Can Cook Forever
Remember that song about sunshine on a cloudy day? "When it's cold outside, I've got the month of May..." If you don't remember The Temptations (and Smokey Robinson), fire up your favorite song-finder as you whip up some of this transformative hummus. No matter how cold it is, this hummus will ... Read More about Temptations: Springtime Green Edamame Hummus
Wine and Gold? Heck, yeah! Red wine plus Dortmunder Gold is a no-brainer (ye not of The Land: it's brewed in Cleveland). I appreciate a lovely red wine or a delicious cold beer at gametime as much as the next wellness fanatic, but with all due respect, everything in moderation. So, with an eye ... Read More about (eat) One for the Land – Cavs’ Colored Beet Hummus