Today I’m riffling for recipes as far away from Thanksgiving as I can get. “Just say no” to poultry; “Just say no” to root vegetables or anything seasoning with sage. I want to be craving these flavors come Turkey Day, not bored with them.
I’m also looking for low caloric recipes, so I can “bank” my calories for the Thursday plunge.
This dish is ideal served with rice — there are lots of savory juices for the grain to embrace. I prefer the delicacy of soft Asian white rices with this dish, but to bump up the nutritional value, I served it with a brown basmati rice, recently purchased at Trader Joe’s.
I volunteered to make a casserole to feed a family of four, which had to pass a great deal of criteria. The day I promised to deliver, my schedule was booked, therefore said dish must be made a day in advance, baked off the following evening, and delivered hot at supper-time. It had to be a complete … Full recipe post »
Whew – limped over the 2012 finish line without permanent injury, but I can do better than a stagger. It’s a New Year; time to straighten up, return to the gym, and put a bounce back into my step – a sway into my swagger. How about you? Have you made any exercise or weight … Full recipe post »
Hi there! I'm Peggy Lampman -
Food writer by trade, curious cook by design.
The past 30 years have witnessed a raucous race from my professional to
home kitchen - persnickety customers, petulant children and piles of dirty dishes
lie in my wake. A scary ride, indeed, but I survived. And the dinnerFeeds - well - they
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Taste buds prickle; wanderlust triggered. An Argentine barbecue (asado)
enticed me to Patagonia. A friend gave me a vial of ground sumac berries--4 months later I was
waking at dawn to the "Call To Prayer" in Turkey. Porcini to Tuscany, and so on. Read more about my chronicles of
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