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Maple Teriyaki Stir Fry Tempeh and Vegetables

Maple Teriyaki Stir Fry Tempeh and Vegetables recipe by Leslie Cerier for Coombs Family Farm

Quick, easy, rich and flavorful, feel free to change the vegetables with the seasons. Here I used a colorful combination of cauliflower, broccoli, celery and carrots with tempeh. You can use extra virgin coconut oil, extra virgin olive oil, or sesame oil for this delicious vegan and gluten-free dish. Serve over a bed of rice, quinoa or noodles for a fun meal. Continue reading

Creative Vegetarian Cooking with Sea Vegetables

Gluten-Free and Vegan Sweet Potato Fries

This colorful, delicious, quick to make sweet potato fries dish is loaded with vitamins and minerals. Kelp is a tasty sea vegetable that is rich in Vitamin C, calcium, iron, manganese, and magnesium. I garnished and seasoned the dish with kelp powder and hemp seeds. Looking like sesame seeds, hemp seeds have a Continue reading

Celebrate Everyday

Emily flying mom

Happy Holidays!

Hope you had fun with your family! Here I am with one of my daughters, Emily, flying me, while my other daughter Michelle is photographing us. Soon Michelle and I will switch roles. Then we cook and eat some more.

And Wow! What a year! Thank-you for your support and enthusiasm for my group cooking classes, organic farm to table vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free personal chef services; my Impressionistic Nature Photography; create your own A La Carte Gourmet Getaway Weekends, and for bringing friends and family to private cooking classes. Continue reading

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

Mocha Cake

Mocha Cake, Recipe Developed for Teff Company

Everyone loves this Mocha Cake and it happens to be gluten-free. Delicious on its own, and for a special dessert, top it with fresh whipped cream. You might find yourself enjoying it for breakfast or snacking on it, if there is any left. Continue reading