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Teff and Corn Polenta with Marinated Dried Tomatoes, Olives, Kale and Cheese

Teff and Corn Polenta with Marinated Dried Tomatoes, Olives, Kale and Cheese

Flavorful marinated dried tomatoes, Italian herbs, black olives, goat and sheep feta cheese make an easy and very tasty vegetarian polenta. Continue reading

Get A Private Group Cooking Class

Corn Grits with Sautéed Kale and Goat Cheddar Cheese vegetarian, gluten-free

For over 30 years, I have been teaching hands on farm to table vegetarian group and private cooking classes. Michelle and Anthony came this winter for one of them: The Vegetarian Express, Quick Meals with Whole Real Foods. We cooked and ate 3 delicious recipes that expanded everyone’s cooking repertoire and knife skills. They loved the class so much that they gathered a group of 7 friends to come back for a 3-hour private group class to expand their quick Continue reading

Goat Cheese and Vegetable Quiche

Goat Cheese and Vegetable Quiche

Sauteed kale seasoned with scallions and basil makes a full flavored quiche with a easy to make whole teff grain crust.

Serves: 6 Continue reading

Cooking With Presence

Leslie loving basil and picking it for a dish

Whether you are cooking for your family, friends, yourself or just because; the tastiest ingredient to add to the dish is your presence. The practice of cooking with presence is about using seasonal ingredients, what is here right now. Let me tell you about the joyful gathering I did this past weekend to create a seasonal feast for my B&B guests. 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