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Split Moong Dal with Masala

Over the last few days, I have been thinking about what to make for you (formerly known as procrastination). While snooping around the back alleys of my shelves, I had an “Ah Ha” moment, as Oprah would say. While discovering a bag of Indian yellow split peas tucked away in the cupboard behind various food stuffs may not rank in your top ten “Ah Ha” moments, I’ll take what the universe has offered me, be grateful, and run with it. I make monthly visits to my favorite Indian grocery, The Samosa House in Culver City to load up on chutneys, spices, 5 pound bags of basmati rice,  chapatis, naan breads, and English biscuits and teas (my husband Toby cannot live without McVities Chocolate Covered Digestive Biscuits with a cup of Earl Grey). Somehow, with all of my stash of goodies, I got sidetracked and forgot to make Dal for the family. I will now seize the day and make a delicious vegan and ayurvedic soup that will cleanse your body, heart, and soul. We are in the midst of June Gloom in Los Angeles, which inspired me to share a hearty, vegan soup for you. June Gloom translation? In the month [...]

Happy Trails Mix

You can feel the excitement of Summer the air: Happier faces walking along the beach, extra bounce to the exchange of a smiley “Good Morning” while hiking in the mountains, uniformed bands of cyclists giving more way to their brothers and sisters as they buzz along the bike path, and swimming in the ocean is an energizing bath of joy that you share with all of your neighbors. It’s also that time of year when we pack a few things in our rucksack to save time, money, and enjoy healthier options. As you relax and sun yourself on the beach, the last thing you want to do is race over the blazing hot sand for an unappealing and expensive slice of greasy pizza. I recycle my old plastic containers and jars to use for salads, dressings, and sandwiches. If I pick up some tortilla chips from the market, I know I’m not breaking the bank. After all, we are living in a recession, and every penny counts. I also bring my own stainless steel bottles of filtered water. Probably a good thing after reading in the New York Times yesterday that markets are now starting to ban some types of [...]

Kalelujah Salad with Heirloom Tomatoes

Today I have been busy harvesting and distributing vegetables and flowers to Jake’s preschool, neighbors, friends, and our very own lucky kitchen (word is bond). Today, I picked heirloom tomatoes, artichokes, fennel, zucchini, arugula (rocket for my UK crew), kale, and peppers. Summer is in full swing. I love Farmer’s Market, but this is the bomb, for real (doe). Kale Salad. Yup yup. Word to your Mother Earth. Apologies, I’m feeling a lil’ old school hip hop today. I figure I’ll roll with it until I get it out of my system. I promise I won’t get into talking about my spinning rims (I drive a VW, worry not). I could artlessly dole out another salad recipe (is this art? erm, worried), and bail on you, but I figure you’re here because flipping through a book is a lot less fun. I’ve obviously gotten a bit too much sun today…. So Kale Salad. Let’s have another go, shall we? I call it Kalelujah (pronounced kah leh loo yah) Salad because when I finally plucked up the courage to try a raw kale salad, I immediately had that “Halelujah, praise be to the Green Gods” moment. Why had I waited so long? Why [...]

Buddha’s Coleslaw

Fourth of July is around the corner, and I’ve been in the kitchen whipping up some healthy alternatives to the usual side dishes you find at picnics and barbecues. My first offering is Buddha’s Coleslaw. The sauce has a gingery, asian twist that will leave you feeling lifted and light. There are no guilt ridden ingredients, so you can sidle up for seconds and thirds. That’s enough to leave me feeling blissful and enlightened right there friends. What’s more, it’s so easy to pull together, and the colors look beautiful on the table. File this baby away for your next potluck. You will rack up points on looks and taste, with very little effort.  Buddha’s Coleslaw 2 cups shredded white cabbage 2 cups shredded red cabbage 2 cups shredded carrot Dressing 3 tablespoons apple cider vinegar 3 tablespoons wheat free Tamari or Nama Shoyu 1 tablespoon agave 1-2 inch piece of ginger sliced 3 cloves of garlic minced 1 cup good quality olive oil (but not virgin. regular will do nicely) 1. In a large bowl, toss the vegetables together to mix thoroughly. 2. Using a blender, combine the vinegar, tamari, agave, ginger, and garlic for a minute. While the blender [...]

Braised Fennel

I have never been a fan of fennel. Until now. It’s growing like gangbusters in the garden, and my higher consciousness/ mature mind makes me want to tackle my phobia of all things that taste of aniseed (uggh. such angelic thoughts provoke the immediate rebellion of something naughty, but I will persevere). I really had to get my head around what to do with such a beautiful creature. I thought of grilling and singeing (that’s singe. Not sing. Just in case.), but we’ve visited the grill pan s few times before. My quest was to bring out the subtlety of flavor, and quick, so I would want to revisit the recipe again and again. Yup, I did it. Much to my husband’s surprise , I ate it three times last week (“again??”). Each time I thought how delicious it was, and the flavor was so tender and delicate. I can already hear a few of you thinking: “God, but that picture? Don’t ‘cha wanna garnish it with anything? Maybe a few multicolored chocolate sprinkles to jazz it up??” Well, I feel you, and I agree that it is bordering on Bauhaus, but that is the point entirely. This side dish is [...]