Nothing, and I mean nothing is more satisfying and soothing than a bowl of white asparagus soup. Especially when they come into season in the springtime. I have such fond memories of enjoying this amazing soup on my last trip to Germany a couple of years ago. White asparagus has a milder flavor than the … 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
This is how I use my late season produce, all picked fresh from the garden at peak freshness-Italian plums, Asian Pears, Bosc pears and cherry tomatoes. With the pears, I made the Carrot and Asian Pear Soup, but the plums are special and I wanted to eat them fresh in a salad. Here is my … Continued