Category Archives: Cauliflower
Last year, cauliflower was the “it” vegetable. It was splashed across headlines as “the new kale.” I am happy to hear that the trend is expected to be true this year as well, and rightfully so. Healthy, tasty and so versatile, cauliflower is a chef’s (and mom’s)
As I was heading out of the produce section of Whole Foods the other day, a flash of color in an unexpected area caught my eye. The cauliflower bin was full of purple and orange cauliflowers! I love to cook with color but was concerned whether these colorful cauliflowers were genetically modified.
No matter how much I try to be organized, I am usually pretty rushed and stressed when preparing to head out of town. A few weeks ago before we headed out of town for the holidays to visit family, I was determined that preparation for this trip would be different. We did get the house cleaned, dry
Here is a dish we make in our house whenever we entertain. It’s basically vegetables marinated and cooked in a tandoori style sauce. A key ingredient in the tandoori sauce is garbanzo bean (chickpea) flour. This flour is used extensively in Indian cooking- in sauces, crispy fried snacks,