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Dino Kale Pistou

Dino Kale Pistou
I had left out the pine nuts and the cheese, which I was considering replacing with sunflower seeds and nutritional yeast. This makes it a PISTOU, the French version of pesto. I, of course, gave it a little California twist by swapping out the basil for Dino kale and adding some fresh lemon zest… and, it’s delicious! Continue reading

Vegan Caviar

Vegan Caviar
One of my favorite recipes from that event was this Vegan Caviar. I had recently spotted black quinoa at the local health food store and wanted to do something cool with it. This is what I came up with! It's so simple, full of nutrient dense ingredients, and it's delicious. You can use it generously with some vegan cream cheese to top a toasted slice of brioche or a firecracker, or serve it in a tiny jar for dipping. This would also be a luxurious addition to Avocado toast, just sayin! Continue reading

Earth Day Puree

Earth Day Puree
Earth Day is everyday for us, especially when we get to celebrate it with beautiful and lush produce from our local market. The Hollywood Farmer’s market is of course ablaze with flowering herbs and vegetables every spring, but the real gem of the season is hidden in a big, plushy pod: Fava Beans.  Continue reading

Tex-Mex Flour Tortillas

Tex-Mex Flour Tortillas
As someone who has been avoiding gluten for many years, I’m well aware of corn tortillas. In fact, before I figured out how to make bread, corn tortillas were my bread. But corn tortillas weren’t a thing in my life (unless we’re talking about the crunchy version) until I moved to California.  Continue reading

Hae's Garlic Bread

Hae's Garlic Bread
Spaghetti is only as good as the thing that is served alongside it…garlic bread. Without it, it’s just not the same experience. I guess that’s the Korean part of me. If you’ve ever had a Korean meal, you would know that the side dishes is just as important as the main dish. Continue reading
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