Monthly Archives: July 2010
Here’s a lively stir-fry with Southwestern/Mexican flavors. The tempeh absorbs a soy-lime flavor as it simmers, and is livened up with bell peppers, zucchini, cilantro, and chili peppers. Basmati or Texmati rice is a perfect accompaniment. Adapted from Stir Crazy!* by Susan Jane Cheney. Photos by Evan Atlas.
The colorful contrast of the carrots and parsley against the black arame and white noodles gives this Asian-style salad its remarkable beauty. It is also rich in calcium and quick to make. Contributed by Leslie Cerier, adapted from Going Wild in the Kitchen.*
Tofu, garlic, and ginger bring a taste of Asia to this quick and easy salad.
I remember my first taste of sushi in Boulder, Colorado, summer of 1978. From that day on, I have enjoyed cooking with sea vegetables. New friends invited me for lunch. They served rice and vegetables wrapped in toasted nori with a spicy wasabi dip. As they spoke about their macrobiotic diet, I fell in love […]
Smoothies are at once soothing and invigorating, luscious yet low in fat. They also offer a concentrated source of nourishment any time of day, and make an especially vibrant way to start a warm day or to enjoy as a refreshing snack. With fresh summer fruit at its peak, smoothies provide a delicious vehicle for […]
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