This winter salad has a spicy kick and is a wonderful festive side dish at any holiday gathering. Celery root is easily found in the colder months, stores well, and is packed with fiber, potassium and magnesium. This tastes just as good the next day, so we suggest making large batches that you can enjoy for multiple meals.
This pesto is a delicious new twist on the classic. We now put this on everything; salads, wild rice, roasted vegetables, soba noodles, or as a dip for vegetables or topping for brown rice tortilla nachos. Endless possibilities.
This is a delicious and versatile use for early summer rhubarb, especially if you're on the Clean Cleanse, where you can't have strawberries, the usual companion to rhubarb.
This compote is uniquely spiced and perfect as both a sweet and savory accompaniment. I've used it on waffles, ice cream, chicken and lamb. Don't be afraid to experiment in the kitchen, using what's available at different times of the year can make us come up with some amazing flavor combinations that we might not think to try otherwise.
As I've embarked on this gluten free journey, from time to time I miss good old fashioned baked goods. Many gluten free options you find in the stores are filled with tons of ingredients, fillers, and sugar, so I've been experimenting on my own. I've had more than a few failed attempts, learning the hard way that anything you bake with garbanzo bean flour will taste like falafel. I've also had some pleasant surprises, and this recipe for a savory muffin takes the (gluten-free) cake. It's definitely become a staple in my kitchen!
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