Thursday, August 7, 2014

No-dairy, No-Egg Pretzel Hamburger Rolls

The latest craze seems to be pretzel rolls.  I can proudly say that I am (or more accurately, the person I copied it from is) ahead of the curve for a change.  But recently I found a slightly simpler recipe for pretzel challahs that does not use eggs or dairy products.  And the only oil needed is for greasing.  They were in essence challah-shaped pretzel rolls.  So of course I formed them into hamburger rolls. 

Monday, July 28, 2014

Monday, July 7, 2014

Kale to the Chief - Spicy Kale with Walnuts

I have been preparing for a couple of smoothie/juice workshops I'm giving at the local library in August (free and open to the public by the way... there are still a few seats available for the 2nd workshop, so if you are in the central NJ area consider killing an hour joining us).  Over the next few weeks I'll be posting a few of the drinks I have been experimenting with. Stay tuned.

In the meantime, some of the smoothies in contention make use of ingredients I would never have thought to toss in a drink until I started a little research.  Such as basil.

 Or kale.

Wait ... what?  

Kale?   Basil I could understand ... it pairs nicely with fruit and holds its own in a drink.  

But kale??

In a smoothie???

Why yes, Dear Reader.  Kale.

Thursday, July 3, 2014

TBT - "Lobster" Roll - Easy

A couple years ago I had a major glitch on my site here and most of the photos from older posts *poof* vanished.   So for this week's #throwbackthursday post I re-added the photos to one of my favorite lunches:  my easy and kosher version of the famous lobster roll.   Here's a preview:

That garlic clinging to the roll?  Mad delicious!
You drooling yet?  I just love the exploding flavors of fresh lemon and garlic in every bite.  The parsley, of course, helps to hide your garlic breath afterwards.  That's my story and I'm sticking to it.

Check out the recipe (NOW ... with photos!) here.

Thursday, June 26, 2014

Grilled Cheddar with Mango-Chardonnay Jam: Grilled Cheese for Grown-ups - Easy






















I've been experimenting with fancy-schmancy grilled cheese recipes lately, for a couple of panini programs I'll be giving at the Old Bridge Library in July.  I'm testing a lot of recipes. Lots and lots of testing.  Some more than once (in the interest of science, of course). This is one I have tested many many times ...
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