The Za’atar strikes back in this amazing grilled salmon salad with fresh farmers market vegetables! I taught this fantastic recipe in our Healthy On You® online cooking class today and we had so much fun cooking together. I am still in awe of everyone cooking away in their own kitchens. It’s hard enough cooking sometimes, … Continued
Happy Memorial Day! BBQs and cookouts in big groups are not happening where we are but we are thankful that in the year of a pandemic, we can still quietly acknowledge and be grateful for the service of our veterans. This is a beautiful and delicious grilled stone fruit & halloumi salad with a za’atar … Continued
The unique flavors of beets paired with Za’atar and Labneh is an unbelievable flavor treat and perfect any time of year. Yellow beets always seem festive though, and they look great on any holiday table. The za’atar- spiced labneh balls take some time to prepare so plan ahead. They can be prepared and refrigerated several … Continued
Labneh is a cheese found in middle east. It’s basically greek yogurt and salt and when the process is complete it has the texture of soft whipped cream cheese. It’s simple to make a small batch of labneh cheese. If you have the time, it will save you the trip to your local middle eastern … Continued
There are so many ways to use my While My Za’atar Gently Weeps spice blend and on chicken leg quarters is one of my favorite. This recipe is an adaptation from Bon Appetit. It’s so flavorful and relatively simple. I like to add pomegranate seeds at the end to give it a pop of color (see … Continued
I love the combination of roasted potatoes and cauliflower and this recipe absolutely comes alive with the additional flavor profile of my Middle Eastern Spice, While my Za’atar Gently Weeps. This dish makes a great side for simply baked fish or chicken. It’s great for a crowd and its an easy cleanup!
This is such a yummy and versatile recipe for any time of the year. The lentil mixture is wholesome and nutritiously packed with fresh vegetables. This recipe has quite a few ingredients, but my suggestion would be to double the recipe and freeze half of the lentil balls on a metal tray individually before putting them … Continued
Years ago I had a few Kalette plants that outlasted every other vegetable in my garden and grew like trees. It’s been difficult to find that particular variety these days, but I am lucky enough to have a great organic farm nearby and when I stopped in, they had kalettes. Kalettes are also known as … Continued