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Lentils topped with Mildly Spiced Spinach and Yogurt

It’s been a pretty eventful week. After many months of searching, we finally sealed a deal and bought a home. For the past six months, we have been living a zen-like existence, with most of our cherished possessions in storage. What a relief to finally stretch out and relax. There were also lots of Mommy duties this week: Making my Oatmeal and Raisin Cookies for Lil’ Monsters recipe with Jake’s class, putting together a pirate costume for Halloween, and taking pictures for his school’s yearbook. It’s not exactly the same stress as working in the corporate world, but it’s enough for me.  Once in a while, when I am pushed for time, I buy packaged Indian meals from our local store, Trader Joes. I boil some basmati rice, steam some vegetables or serve salad, and warm up their packets of indian vegetarian dishes. One day this week I started to reach for the Sag Panir packet, and suddenly stopped myself. I wasn’t in the mood to cook, but I really wanted something fresh. As much as packaged food saves time, it really lacks the same punch in freshness and flavor (not to mention nutritional value). I took a deep breath, knowing [...]

Basil, Goat’s Curd, and Pomegranate Salad

I wanted to lighten up this week. As the weather turned, I had a craving for a few carb-driven recipes in the last month. Undeniably, there shouldn’t be any guilt eating veggie meatballs with pasta, or healthy nachos, but we need to keep our ship on course. With this in mind, I always make a point to incorporate a salad or cooked vegetables at every meal. Even so, the world is our oyster, and we have to make decisions daily on what, or what not to eat. Speaking from experience, I had to turn it all around in my head. At the age of 18, I was 160 pounds, and the scale kept creeping upwards. It felt like everything I looked at packed on the pounds. What I came to realize is that it’s all about portion control. Oi, do not reach for a scale. I’m talking reality. All we have to do is chill out and get real with ourselves. The inconveninet, but perfectly acceptable truth is that chips, cake, ice cream, pizza, and soda are to be eaten on rare occasions. A few naughty and nice things, albeit ones that are natural, can be enjoyed without a heavy [...]

Vegetarian Spaghetti and Meatballs

This recipe has a thick, rich, and zesty tomato sauce, and the meatballs are packed with italian flavor. If you are worried that veggie meatballs sound ridiculously healthy, hang in there. You will not be sacrificing flavor for one moment. Here’s a little story: I made the dish yesterday, shot it for the blog (and for dinner later), then went on to the rest of my daily business, which included going to my son Jake’s “Back to School Night” for parents at 6:00 pm. The plan was for my husband to stay home and feed Jake while I went to chat to Jake’s teachers.  As I walked in the door, Toby said that Jake loved dinner, but he wanted to save the rest for me, so I could, “um, shoot it for the blog.” Uh huh. One of the traits I love the most about my husband is that he’s an incredibly ungifted liar. I made no comment, dropped my bags, and hit the stove. In the pan were the meatballs enveloped in a thick, luxurious sauce, with the spaghetti on the side. I took a forkful of meatball, dipped it into the sauce, and popped it in my mouth. [...]

Braised Red Cabbage with Apples in Balsamic Vinegar

As the autumnal weather creeps in and gently reminds us of the wintry season ahead, I get excited about all of the things that I have been itching to get into: black wellies bought in August from Forever 21 (Coachella will never have a muddy moment, so I will save them for the rain + mudslides of Laurel Canyon and Malibu), scrummy jumpers and scarves collected over the years, (red cashmere scarf bagged today for Jake. 50 cents. hello) and alternating my two vintage trench coats: A vintage army green YSL and a wheat colored Burberry, also picked up in a thrift shop. I’m in LA, so I’m doing a flippin’ rain dance over here. It’s a hard one to accept: I live in the land of the flip flop. I feel like I’ve dusted off one of my old film cameras today. This one’s an oldie but goodie that I come back to time and time again. It’s easy to prepare, so pretty on the plate, and toe tappingly tasty. The main event: The cabbage is slow cooked, which leaves you with a satiny caramelized sweetness, and a tart tang of granny smith apples.   Braised Red Cabbage with [...]