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Paleo-Friendly Crispy Cantonese Chicken and Asian Fried Rice

After three sold-out “The Pleasures of Paleo” classes and preparing umpteen Paleo friendly dishes for my crew, I have learned (again) that simple is best and sticking with a particular flavor profile (in this case Asian), eating Paleo can be dee-licious. These two recipes were a hit this last week, particularly the Asian (cauliflower) Rice. […]

Cooking Event: A Night in Persia, December 13, cookhouse

Cooking Event: A Night in Persia, December 13, cookhouse My guest chef, Saeid Movaja,  is from Tehran. Not only does he have talent in the kitchen, but he’s an accomplished musician. For example. he plays something called the bağlama or the Saz. We are in for a treat. Learn how to prepare traditional and popular recipes Cook […]

Cooking Our Books: Back to Square One (August 29)

Saturday, August 29 is the third cooking event in our series called “Cooking Our Books.” Our favorite cookbook this time will be from one of the most inspiring chefs ever, Joyce Goldstein.  Back to Square One features recipes from her world-famous restaurant which was in San Francisco from 1984 until 1996. Chef Goldstein bravely explores […]

Hearty Winter Soups

Rich, Warm, and Flavorful by Tom Herndon Slow Cooker Split Pea Soup Serves 8    1 pound dried green split peas, rinsed 2 cups good ham, chopped (smoky, or not) 3 carrots, peeled and sliced 1 cup caramelized onion, from two large onions, peeled and sliced 1/4-inch 2 tablespoons ghee 2 ribs celery plus leaves, […]

Heart Healthy Home Cooking

Recipes That Do Your Heart Good by Tom Herndon Salmon is an especially good food for our cardiovacsular systems, as it’s full of Omega-3, B6, B12, niacin, selenium, and magnesium. Four ounces of salmon provide  a full day’s requirement of vitamin D, one of the few foods that can make that claim. Plus, it’s a delicious […]