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Category Archives: cruciferous vegetables
Simple Things: Chipotle-Ranch Bean Dip
I love to cook (um… obviously). For me, cooking is a relaxing, creative outlet, and one of my favorite ways to end a busy work day. While following an anti-inflammatory diet keeps me energetic and pain-free most of the time, I … Continue reading
CSA Season: Quick Veggie Sides for Weeknight Meals (GF/DF/V)
During CSA season, when organic, locally grown vegetables are delivered to our door weekly, we enjoy a lot of simple, anti-inflammatory meals that come together quickly and easily. We pair vegetable side dishes with pan-cooked or grilled fish, meat, or … Continue reading
Posted in alliums (garlic/onions), Anti-Inflammatory Ingredients, Appetizers, citrus, cruciferous vegetables, Dairy-free, Entrees, Gluten-free, greens, herbs, monounsaturated oils, Nut-free, Recipes, root vegetables, Snacks, Vegan, Vegetarian Tagged arugula, beets, broccoli, potatoes Leave a comment
Madeira-Glazed Radishes (GF/DF/V)
This recipe couldn’t be simpler. In fact, it’s so simple I hesitate to even call it a “recipe.” It’s also perfect for this time of year, when bumper crops of radishes are filling CSA shares and farmer’s market stalls. Even if … Continue reading
Lemony-Peppery Kohlrabi Salad (GF/DF/V)
I love the crisp texture and clean flavor of raw kohlrabi bulb, which I find reminiscent of peeled broccoli stalk. Kohlrabi is a member of the anti-inflammatory Brassica family, along with cabbage, broccoli, and kale, to name a few. Both the bulb … Continue reading
Anti-Inflammatory Hot & Sour Soup (Gluten-Free, Dairy-Free)
Hot and sour soup is one of those dishes that makes me feel, keenly, that food truly is medicine. The first time I tasted this soup as a kid, I was put off by its viscosity and potent tang. By … Continue reading
Go-To Anti-Inflammatory Meals: Grain-Free Okonomiyaki (GF/DF)
The Japanese dish okonomiyaki suggests the improbably perfect offspring of a hearty winter salad and a pancake. It’s also an ideal dish when cooking a quick, healthy dinner for one (although that shouldn’t stop you from cooking it for a crowd, too!) … Continue reading
Warm Spinach Artichoke Dip (GF/DF/V)
This dip is healthy enough to be a legit side dish at dinnertime, so you can snack away with abandon and without the guilt. This is a good thing, because once you taste it, you may just want to steal … Continue reading
Eggplant Caviar (GF/DF/V)
This recipe is a variation of one my mother used to make often when I was a child. This type of vegetable “caviar” — which can be enjoyed as a dip, chunky spread, or topping — is common to Mediterranean … Continue reading
Campfire Cooking on a Gluten-Free, Anti-Inflammatory Diet
At first, packing a gluten-free, anti-inflammatory camp pantry for a week-long camping trip in Minnesota seemed a bit daunting. Then I really thought about it, and realized that a lot of what we eat translates fairly well to cooking over … Continue reading
Posted in alliums (garlic/onions), Anti-Inflammatory Ingredients, Breakfast, Camping, chile pepper, coconut oil (virgin/ unrefined), cruciferous vegetables, Dairy-free, dark chocolate (70% cocoa or more), Domestic, Entrees, Events, fruit, Gluten-free, legumes, monounsaturated oils, nuts, seeds, Snacks, spices, Travel, Vegan, Vegetarian 2 Comments
Since our visit to Trinidad and Tobago in January, coocoo now claims a regular spot in our menu rotation. This Trini version of polenta is traditionally served as a starchy side with fish. I enjoyed it in Tobago as a … Continue reading