10 oz red onion, thinly sliced, pole to pole
Juice of 3 limes
½ tsp sea salt
10 oz savoy cabbage, sliced thinly
8 oz peeled carrots, grated
10 oz kohlrabi, grated, then squeezed dry in a clean kitchen towel
1/2 cup thinly sliced
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There was a time when canning tomatoes was as common as making eggs for breakfast. When we were a more agrarian society, no one thought of buying cans of tomatoes during winter months. Instead, they grabbed a jar or two from the cellar and rejoiced
By: Michel Nischan
Jacques Pépin was my mentor long before we ever met.
When I was 19, working in kitchens in Illinois in the late 1970s was a challenge for me. I had learned how to cook from my mother, and from working my grandfather’s farm. I
Although you can make this soup with any good chicken stock you have on hand--preferably one you have made yourself--the delight of this recipe is that it is self-contained.
My coauthor, Mary, learned to make broth this way when she worked
Black-eyed peas are a famous American legume with a long culinary history stemming from the regions of the South where African, Caribbean, French, Creole, and Cajun influences have paired them with smoked meats, onions, and chiles--foods that beans
When Paul and I first talked about opening Dressing Room, he asked about the ethics of including a recipe from another restaurant on our menu. I told him it depended on the chef and the restaurant, and when he said he was thinking about the roasted
Today Wholesome Wave is very proud to celebrate the release of the “Guide for Farmers Markets on Military Installations,” which we created in collaboration with the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) and the Department of Defense (DoD).
Recipe Courtesy: Chef Michel Nischan and the James Beard Award winning cookbook: Taste: Pure and Simple
If you ever had an aunt, uncle, grandparent, or neighbor who grew his or her own “homegrown” tomatoes and you recall them as the best you ever
Recipe Courtesy: Chef Michel Nischan, Sustainably Delicious (Rodale 2010)
Salmon loves to be served alongside foods that are more fully flavored than itself. Its soft butteriness calls out for a wilted green with character and strength, along with