Spaghetti with Smoked Salmon and Capers

Spaghetti with Smoked Salmon and Capers

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This dish is delicious and quick to prepare, requiring only a few ingredients, making it the perfect mid-week meal. And one that remains impressive enough for a spontaneous dinner invitation. The subtle saltiness of the capers and smoked salmon will keep you coming back for more! This spaghetti with smoked salmon and capers in a white wine sauce is actually my...
Miso-Soup with Beef and Shiitake Mushrooms

Miso-Soup with Beef and Shiitake Mushrooms

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Cold season has approached and I am in serious need of hearty, warming foods. With all the veggies in this miso soup, it’s a wonderfully healthy and nourishing bowl of soothing deliciousness and umami glory. Ginger adds an incredible zing, lemongrass, a bright, fresh flavor, shiitake mushrooms a boost for the immune system and nutrient dense baby Bok Choy...
Apple and Fennel Salad

Apple and Fennel Salad

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Ever since I discovered how delicious fennel is I have been adding it my salads pretty much every other day. Okay, it’s not a secret that I absolutely love and live on bowls of raw yumminess. I’ll never tire of salads, especially with fruit in them - a little obsession of mine. Apples and fennel. A classic combo -...
Baked Pasta with Peas, Chicken and Prosciutto

Baked Pasta with Peas, Chicken and Prosciutto

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This is an easy, breezy sort of recipe that is cozy and familiar as an old pair of jeans. Classic comfort food full of kid-approved flavors and ingredients, making it perfect for a family meal. I used Gemelli (Italian for "twins") noodles for this recipe. They are corkscrew-shaped, resembling two thick strands of spaghetti twisted together. Gemelli looks great in...
Parsley Tuna Salad

Parsley Tuna Salad

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I’m always on the look out for new ideas for creating that perfect mix of ingredients that really make a salad exciting. My recent obsession with using fresh herbs inspired this one, which is truly tasty. The refreshing combination of fresh flat-leaf parsley, cool mint, red sweet pointed pepper, crunchy celery, red onion, and chunky tuna tossed with an ever-so-vibrant...
Beet Carpaccio with Lemon & Herbs

Beet Carpaccio with Lemon & Herbs

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Love ‘em or hate ‘em, I think beets are just misunderstood. Fresh beets are so much better than the collective childhood memories of beets in a can. Eeeew. I think it's high time we give them a second chance. The key to beet carpaccio is to use a mandoline to achieve the paper-thin slices. Topped with parsley, chives, lemon juice...