Basmati Rice with Mushrooms, Broccoli, and Onion

Basmati Rice with Mushrooms, Broccoli, and Onion

This is a lovely side dish that is delicious on its own or as a light but satisfying side dish with heavier entrées. Basmati is a type of long, slender-grained aromatic rice traditionally from India. You can use any type of mushroom for this dish, but oyster,...
Carrot and Red Lentil Curry

Carrot and Red Lentil Curry

Berbere is an Ethiopian spice blend that is a key ingredient in many Ethiopian and Eritrean dishes. Not for the faint of heart, this spicy mixture usually includes chile peppers, garlic, ginger, basil, korarima, rue, ajwain or radhuni, nigella, and fenugreek. You can...
Shrimp with Oranges, Black Rice, and Coconut Milk

Shrimp with Oranges, Black Rice, and Coconut Milk

Weeknight cooking is all about simplicity and speed without sacrificing elegance and flavor. Seafood, as long as you purchase it from a trusted purveyor the day you plan to use it, never fails at being fast and delicious. “Forbidden” black rice is available at Whole...
Asian Fusion Slaw

Asian Fusion Slaw

With its Asian flavors of peanuts, soy sauce, sesame oil, ginger, and cilantro, this slaw is easy and beautiful and offers a fresh twist on the creamy classic. It may become your new staple in your potluck...
Spaghetti Squash Pad Thai

Spaghetti Squash Pad Thai

From Sara Jones of Tucson CSA, Tucson, Arizona: “This is a great idea from one of our volunteers. Although the texture of spaghetti squash is not really spaghetti-ish, it is quite similar to Thai rice noodles. In this recipe, the squash actually makes a decent...
Japanese Pickled Garlic Scapes

Japanese Pickled Garlic Scapes

These pickled garlic scapes are zingy and garlicky, a lovely addition when chopped and added to all sorts of dishes like pastas, salads, soups, and casseroles, or served as an accompaniment to rich meats. Garlic scapes are the whip-like stems and immature flower...
Ballistic Baby Bok Choy and Fried Tofu

Ballistic Baby Bok Choy and Fried Tofu

Because tofu soaks up so many flavors and seasonings, it is ideal to use in many dishes that have a strong flavor base. If you have been eating tofu, consider yourself lucky—it is now touted as a food that reduces some risks of cancer as well as lowering cholesterol...
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