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One color we so appreciate in spring is green. The gray, beige, and browns of winter grow old and we crave bright, vibrant colors that spring generously grants us. This yearning for color represents our emergence from the cold winter months and the hibernation we...

[caption id="attachment_2965" align="alignright" width="300"] Fresh, green chickpeas[/caption] by Debbie Peterson Last week, I had the privilege to go out to eat with my mother at Semolina Restaurant in Red Bank. It’s a fairly new place, having the space that the restaurant Dish used to be in on...

[caption id="attachment_1961" align="alignleft" width="300"] Wild local edibles[/caption] There is little more satisfying than making a salad from greens I grew in my garden.  In the spring, I prepared the soil with compost I collected all year and then planted lettuce seeds.  I've made probably 50 salads...

Few things smell better to me than garlic simmering in butter.  Many of my recipes start this way, some healthier than others.  My not so healthy indulgence, linguini in clam sauce is one of my favorites.  Since I only make it once or twice a...

This simple, hearty dish will satisfy you and nourish you at the same time. Serves 4 gluten free and vegan Ingredients 1 cup cooked quinoa 10-12 baby boo choy, chopped 1 daikon radish, cubed 1 T coconut oil or ghee 1/4 cup stock (vegetable, chicken, beef) salt and pepper to taste splash of tamari, soy...