Tag Archives: cilantro

Moroccan Yams and Carrots with French Lentils

Moroccan Yams and Carrots with French Lentils vegetarian and gluten-free
Hot out of the oven, served on a bed of French Lentils, these sweet and spicy carrots and yams looks elegant with a cooling touch of yogurt drizzled over it. An easy to prepare beautiful main dish. Continue reading

Coconut Curry Lentil and Teff Vegetable Stew

Coconut Curry Lentil and Teff Vegetable StewThis sweet and savory main course stew is even more luscious with ghee drizzled over it as a garnish. Serve with a salad for an enjoyable meal. Continue reading

Fresh Coriander Pesto

Cilantro Hemp Seed Pesto

My cilantro is flowering and some is becoming cilantro seed also known as coriander. Today I made vegan cilantro pesto with cilantro flowers, some fresh cilantro and fresh coriander.  I highly recommend it. The fresh coriander seed has a light and sweeter flavor than cilantro.

Here are 2 links for a delicious organic, vegan, raw, gluten-free, easy to make cilantro pesto, made Continue reading

Quick and Easy Cilantro Mint Dressing

Organic, dairy-free Cilantro Mint Dressing

With fresh herbs and spices: cilantro, mint, and garlic you can make this creamy dressing. You can use organic extra virgin olive oil or organic, fair trade, red palm oil. Also made with super food hemp seeds; you can find the recipe on my website: http://www.lesliecerier.com/recipes/cilantro-mint-dressing/ Enjoy this delicious, quick and easy to prepare Continue reading

Winter Hiking through the woods to the Greenhouse

Asian Greens grow in a greenhouse

Today I took a sweet hike out my back door into the fresh air of the forest. On miles of trails through the woods, my friend Kemper and I found beauty and got exercise. We wandered off the snowy trail several times and discovered lots of different animal tracks: turkey, fox, coyote, squirrel, rabbit, fisher cat and mice. Miraculous that they survive outside in freezing temperatures, perhaps finding home under boulders and rocky ledges, inside holes of dead and living trees. Continue reading