This recipe adds a tangy citrus jolt to the mild, sweet, and salty flavor miso provides. Try it first with a mild soybean miso and then experiment with other types of miso if you like; I keep an arsenal close by at all times.
Go Light… Be Happy… Spicy Fresh Tuna Tartare
Having calorie-light food doesn’t mean you have to be unhappy; that’s why we’ve chosen this mouth-watering fresh tuna tartare featured in the Slanted Door cookbook by owner and chef Charles Phan. One of the leading lights of San Francisco’s culinary scene, The Slanted Door is a must-go restaurant. (When she led a food tour of […]
Easy Thai Summer Rolls
Years ago in southern California, at ocean-side Montage Resort, I ordered the same thing for six lunches in a row—Thai summer roll with dipping sauce. It was a knockout, and now we can tell you how to make delicious ones at home. We can tell you how thanks to a respected chef, Gale Gand, author […]
Super-Delicious Paleo Sesame Noodles
Elana Amsterdam works hard to make her Paleo dishes clean, yet as tasty as recipes with non-paleo ingredients. In this dish she mixes together almond butter, toasted sesame oil, plum vinegar, honey and kelp noodles. You can buy these ingredients at your local health food market if your supermarket doesn’t carry them.