Sarah Matheny makes us some Mediterranean Lentil Meatballs right out of her cookbook Peas and Thank You!
This is Dynise Balcavage's not your grandma’s mac and cheese, although it’s every bit as comforting and decadent. This version is infused with extremely subtle Thai influences.
This recipe appeared on Melisser Elliott's blog, The Urban Housewife. When served fresh, this South Asian fruit is sweet, with a spiky exterior.
This is our family's favorite, go-to recipe for mac and cheese. It's super creamy and flavorful, making it the ultimate in cheesy pasta.
The Cooking Channel came to Portland and filmed us at Native Bowl making our famous Couch Bowl with a spicy Korean sauce. Watch how its done.
This pasta has become a favorite in our house. Although I use chanterelles in the video, you can use oyster, shitakes, or even cremini mushrooms.
Dal, daal or dahl, no matter how you spell it this dal is fantastic year-round. It is exceptionally healthy and easy to make. It is one of my favorite one-pot meals.
When you want a quick weeknight meal that will make your taste buds sing, this is your dish. It also makes an excellent dish for dinner guests, omni or veg. Although you might be tempted to substitute brown rice, this dish comes out best with long grain white rice.
This recipe makes an awesome dinner, perfect for entertaining. Put the rice up to cook in a rice cooker while you prepare the Soy Curls.
These sausages are good, and are a perfect addition to Indian dishes, stir fries or even sliced and served with chutney. Delish!
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