The orange zest pairs very nicely with chocolate in these easy-to-make cookie bars. Not too sweet, they are great with a cup of coffee!
I have reworked an earlier recipe in order to make a healthier, crunchier snack. I like to serve this on table game nights, but this is also a great snack for sports events or to pack in a lunch box. Enjoy!
The mild curry flavor in this soup is delightful. With the textured soy protein, lentils, and brown rice, you will have a high protein, low fat main dish soup that the whole family will like.
Red cabbages are high in antioxidants and contain more vitamin C per serving than do oranges. Here is a slightly sweet, refreshing salad you can make with red cabbage. It's easy and delicious!
This honeyed dessert is the perfect finish to a good vegetarian, Greek dinner. The floral tones of the lavender add a nice touch to this traditional treat.
This is a refreshing, beautiful salad that may be served as a side or for a main course. Let me know how you like it!
Spaghetti squash is abundant in the Southern California late summer. This recipe captures the crispness of kale and the nutty flavor of spaghetti squash in a cheesy custard base with hints of sage and savory. Serve it with a baked potato and salad..
Most Mexican restaurants and taco stands in Southern California carry a delicious beverage made of hibiscus flowers. In Spanish, it is called “Agua de Jamaica” and it is a sweet and tart fruit punch. Here is my 'sun tea’ version, one which may be made without heating up the house.
Here is a high-protein dip that is wonderful with crunchy tortilla chips, corn chips, pita chips and/or vegetable sticks. Enjoy it at your next party!
This is a piquant, savory dressing that goes especially well on mixed greens. I use here it on a chard, kale and red sweet pepper mix. Delicious!