In: Vegetarian

Sweet Potato, Black Bean, and Quinoa Burger

As a teenager and newbie pescatarian, veggie burgers never did much for me. I consumed them when I first stoppedView full post »

Sweet and Smoky Red Kale and Grape Salad

Sweet and Smoky Red Kale and Grape Salad

We’re getting down to our last few weeks of enjoying the Cape house. It’s hard to believe that we’reView full post »

Chilled Plum Soup

Chilled Plum Soup

I consciously took a week off from blogging. As much as I fought it, I think I needed a little break. Once again I wasView full post »

Buttermilk Biscuits with Mushroom Gravy

The moment came where I had to make a decision: do I go the easy route and bust out the food processor or mix theView full post »

Warm Pointed Cabbage with Lemon-Garlic Cashew Dressing | A Thought For Food

Warm Pointed Cabbage with Lemon-Garlic Cashew Dressing

My cooking style, I’ve come to realize, is free-form. I prefer to let the ingredients, specifically what IView full post »

Charred Corn and Mango Salsa + Plantain Chips

Wait. What? How are we already approaching the end of July? I’m pretty sure it was May yesterday. AndView full post »

New Potatoes with Garlic and Herbs // A Thought For Food

Buttery New Potatoes with Garlic and Herbs

For most of my life, I’ve made potatoes two ways: mashed or roasted. The idea of a boiled potato seemed ratherView full post »

Heirloom Tomatoes with Garlic Scape and Basil Vinaigrette

My family is in full swing with our summer reading contest. This has been going on for years, ever since my sister andView full post »

Berry + Quinoa Salad with Fresh Herbs and Feta

It took me a while to fall in love with quinoa. It was a recipe I prepared a few years ago from a cookbook that taughtView full post »

Garlicky Broccoli Rabe with Almonds and Fried Capers

I attribute my tolerance for bitter foods with my early experiences eating broccoli rabe.  Served next to some chickenView full post »

Herb and Za’atar Falafel

Some quick thoughts and links to start the week: 1. Two beautifully written books are a must for fans of food memoirs.View full post »

Spring Pasta Carbonara

Steam clouds the kitchen windows so much that I can no longer see outside. On the stove, water boils violently in aView full post »

Strawberry + Fried Halloumi Salad

And I will stroll the merry way And jump the hedges first And I will drink the clear Clean water for to quench myView full post »

Spinach and Artichoke Matzo Kugel // A Thought For Food

Spinach-Artichoke Matzo Kugel

There are a lot of Passover dishes to get excited about. Matzo ball soup, for one, is a favorite. No matter yourView full post »

Cucumber, Avocado and Kumquat Salad

Last Wednesday was a glorious day. The temperature reached close to 60 degrees, allowing for the enormous piles ofView full post »