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...
Abidjan Cabbage Salad

Abidjan Cabbage Salad

This is a fresh take on the traditional coleslaw, featuring carrot and pineapple, plus a dressing flavored with lemon and orange juice for citrusy brilliance....
Kahumana Café Pasta with Macadamia Nut Pesto Sauce

Kahumana Café Pasta with Macadamia Nut Pesto Sauce

This is the signature and most popular dish served at Kahumana’s farm-to-table café on Oahu, Hawaii. Traditionally you would add Parmesan cheese to the pesto, but Kahumana does not, to make it more versatile to meet our customers’ diverse dietary needs. We make...
Mexican Black Bean and Tomato Salad

Mexican Black Bean and Tomato Salad

In this refreshing salad, you can vary the spices and seasonings to suit your palate. This salad tastes best when refrigerated for an hour or two before...
Goji Berry Granola Recipe

Goji Berry Granola Recipe

Looking for a superfood snack to boost your energy and keep you satisfied until your next meal? Then look no further than this Goji Berry Superfood Granola! Enjoy this Goji Berry Superfood Granola on top of yogurt, with milk or simply by the handful. Remember to watch...
Abba’s African Hot Sauce

Abba’s African Hot Sauce

If you want to make a milder sauce, increase the amount of green bell pepper in proportion to the amount of hot peppers suggested—or, if you’d like to bump up the heat, add one or two habanero peppers. This sauce is really tasty and versatile; it would be just as...
Mother Africa’s Spicy Kale and Yam

Mother Africa’s Spicy Kale and Yam

The term “yam” is something of a misnomer; in America it actually refers to an orange-fleshed, moist sweet potato, whereas the rest of the world knows yams as enormous tubers that measure several feet long, can weigh over a hundred pounds, and have a firmer, drier,...
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...
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