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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 [...]

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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 [...]

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Stir Fried Tofu in Black Bean Sauce

In a previous post, I wrote about subletting a house while waiting for our short sale to go through. I cannot help but talk about the flowers and vegetables growing at this house. Words cannot express the joy when I laid my eyes on this garden of eden.  Unbelievably, we found the house on Craigslist. My husband and I were intrigued by the ad: A Mid Century house designed by Quincy Jones. We thought, “Amazing! I can’t believe we’re going to a house that was designed by THE MAN that produced Michael Jackson albums! Wicked! Except we were dead wrong. It wasn’t Quincy Jones the producer, but A. Quincy Jones the architect. Damn! So we thought. For exactly thirty seconds. The house proved to be amazing. A relaxing, inviting retreat, and so cosy it hurts. Have you ever tried on a pair of “Wicked Good” LL Bean slippers? Do you own a cotton shirt that has been washed a million times that feels yummy every time you slip it on? You’d only be close to the vibe of the house. It is wonderfully peaceful, and has an organic garden to boot. Hello! There are enough vegetables to feed a small country. Think Greece, [...]

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Dark Chocolate Truffles with Cacao Nibs

Let’s face it, we’re living through tough times. Before I get into the harrowing two weeks my family has been through, it has to be said that everyone has a story right now. Period. I don’t think this recession has left one family untouched, apart from anyone that owns stock in Apple (am I the only person left without an Ipod Touch? Ipad anyone?). The only upside I can see is that, in some small way, trouble and strife can be a unifying experience. With all eyes glued to the downward spiral of the European economy and their debt crisis, it does not seem improbable that in the next six to twelve months America will have to answer it’s own debt issues. Remember the fallout of September 2008? The U.K and Europe had been going through it only eight months before. Hold onto your hats is all I say, or at the very least be cautious with your dosh. It started almost two weeks ago: It was our last day in the house, and my husband was giving an unwanted glass coffee table to a friend. “At eight am in the morning?” I asked. “Can’t you at least enjoy a [...]

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Asian Quinoa Salad

I was lucky to discover this salad at the Harvest Ranch Market on a recent trip to San Francisco. Oh, how I love this city. Apart from it being one of the most beautiful cities in the world (even when it rains…yes), everyone is so grounded and laid back, and their health food stores rock. Did I say that they rock? Ohh ho ho yes! I positively glow with excitement as I enter a cool granola health food store that is independently owned. If you are in San Francisco, do go to Rainbow Grocery as well. As well as being a superb market, it’s wonderful for people watching. Don’t get me wrong, I lurve (oh there I go again) Whole Foods, but there ain’t nothin’ like a quirky, down to earth vibe to get my heart racing. It appeals to the inner hippie living inside of me. Oh, I think I’m going to do a Dead Head twirl right now…… I’m back. So this dapper salad was nestling in the bar at Harvest Ranch Market. It looked so light and delicious that I had to give it a try. Ever had one of those rare experiences when you strike gold [...]

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