Job’s tears have to be the strangest grain I’ve had the honour of meeting. It’s time more people met with it.
Bring out the best in kasha by cooking it stove-top with robust spices and hearty winter crops.
Rolled oats, roasted veggies, toasted nuts: all of life’s best foods rolled into one fabulous dish.
This pillowy bed of quinoa is a dreamy backdrop for roasted veggies of all kinds.
Switch up your breakfast routine with this hot buckwheat!
The calendar may say summer, but the thermometer said 4 degrees Celsius this morning. That begs for something warm baking in the oven. Result: baked barley.
Sweet steamed plantain and dried cranberries, earth rutabaga, grounding grains and an herby lemony sauce to top make it sing.
This vibrant blend of herbs that smothers a variety of vegetables and grains along with the occasional sweetness of a plump raisin: it’s magic for the mouth. Just try it and see.
Colorful and tasty, a main course classic reinvented.
Ready in under twenty minutes and feeds two as a main course or four as a side-dish. Perfect.
As so often happens, the recipe I ended up making was nothing like the one I’d initially planned on. For starters there isn’t even any pineapple in it and the point of the exercise when I began was to use some of the pineapple that’s ready on the kitchen counter. But it’s a good thing…
I’ve been dithering about whether on not to post this recipe for a few days now. It’s good, it’s reliable, but it isn’t fabulous. It is quick to put together and freezes well. It does use up leftovers. But what really tipped the scales in favour of posting is that it illustrates a basic veggie-burger…