Posted on 15th of February, 2012 by Lévana
Consider kanten the Jell-O of champions. You can make it with any kind of fruit and juice, or tea. Kuzu, the starch of the kuzu plant, is a wonderful thickener, and is easy to get in health food stores. Kanten, the dessert made with kuzu, is quick and delicious, and...
Posted on 8th of February, 2012 by Lévana
Small costs of labor and money, but tastes like a great feast. Nothing like a great Pad Thai, the famous Thai National Dish served at every street corner. Gluten-free without even trying, and so wholesome! I’ll be demonstrating: Edamame, seaweed and sprout salad with toasted nori dressing Peanut butter pumpkin...
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Posted on 20th of September, 2011 by Lévana
The national dish in Thailand, available at every street corner in every imaginable vari- ation, pad Thai is a delightful stir-fried rice noodle dish including, in any combination, fish or chicken, eggs, vegetables, tofu, peanuts, and the native seasonings—ginger, lemongrass, curry, and coconut: You just can’t miss! It’s a complete...
Posted on 20th of September, 2011 by Lévana
Roasting the roots intensifies their flavor and is practically all you have to do to make this delicious dish. The cinnamon is a great match for the root flavors. Return to your roots: Would you like to eat the roasted root veggies all by themselves? Go right ahead and snack...
Posted on 7th of September, 2011 by Lévana
Guys, here’s what I do, and this is really all it takes. On second thought, let me start by telling you what NOT to do: Buy the insanely expensive deceptively and dishonestly called truffle oil, with not a solitary drop of truffle in it. Now, here’s what I do: I...
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Posted on 31st of August, 2011 by Lévana
You may have trouble going back to ordering in a Chinese restaurant after you realize how superior homemade is, thanks to all the glorious Asian flavors. We will never know why Chinese cookies are called Chinese, but we do know they are fabulous! I’ll be demonstrating: Mock Cab salad Hot...
Posted on 15th of August, 2011 by Lévana
You will find this recipe and much much more in my New Cookbook. You’ll love ’em! My pickles have a small fraction of the salt and the vinegar of their commercial counterparts, and ten times the flavor. Crunchy and pungent with just a hint of sweetness, and really good for...
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Posted on 8th of August, 2011 by Lévana
The easiest and tastiest ever! This Chinese meatloaf is extended by several vegetables—so you end up with a leaner and lighter meat loaf—and the potato flakes make it particularly smooth. Children love it! It will be delicious served cold in sandwiches as well as hot. If you decide to use...
Posted on 16th of March, 2011 by Lévana
Aloo Gobi Recipe with Apricot Chutney and Cucumber Raita With this beautiful lineup of flavors, and accessorized as it is here with minted cucumber raita and apricot chutney (I am giving here a large chutney recipe, since it is as easy to whip up as a small batch: Plenty for...
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Posted on 9th of March, 2011 by Lévana
Teriyaki Sauce Recipe I live in the vicinity of several Chinese restaurants (who doesn’t?). Every morning I watch the mountain of trash at their back door, and it always includes enormous jerry cans of teriyaki sauce: No wonder all those dishes look like a container of motor oil has accidentally...