Monthly Archives: August 2009
I admit that I’m usually to lazy to make crust from scratch, especially now that there are several really good, natural brands on the market. But once in a while, I like to make crust from scratch; it’s really not that difficult. Here’s my favorite basic recipe, which harks back to my very first book, Vegetariana.
Whole grain berries are simply the intact kernel of the grain. Combining their distinct flavor and texture with those of wild rice and black eyed peas makes for a hearty salad.
This cold soup offers an easy and tasty way to enjoy a bowlful of fresh summer tomatoes and corn at their peak of flavor. Do try it with spicy tomato juice, which adds a lot of flavor without a lot of extra work. This is an appealing accompaniment to a late summer meal of grilled […]