A late fall soup sure to fulfill your comfort food craving is my newly created coconut cauliflower carrot soup. Taking advantage of the late fall harvest on the east coast, this soup is chock full of immune-boosting nutrients and can be kept frozen until the early weeks of winter. Check out the fun purple varietal of cauliflower from our garden!
If you live in So-Cal you’re fully aware that Santa Ana season has arrived in full-wind! At the first sign of wind-cold-dryness-attack last week, I began downing bowl after bowl of my Chinese medicinal inspired stamina soup. Although I usually have a beef stock on hand, this time I was without, so I turned to a 12 ounce container of organic beef broth. Along with my vegetables, herbs and spices, it did the trick and I’m feeling great now!
Garden Eats has received a handful of requests expressing curiosities about the nutritive qualities of beets. Popularized by its aphrodisiac offering juice and garlic-breath covering root, this blood-nourishing tuber has been used as a medicinal food staple since the middle ages for immune, digestive and blood concerns. Magnus is joining us today from his UK kitchen to whip up his fave winter beet curry!
We searched high and low for the best recipe out there, tried a few and then settled on our own creation! We like our cornbread on the sweeter side, so you’ll find these a bit more desert-like. They definitely still make a perfect complement to all of the savory flavors you’ll be enjoying tomorrow. Let us know what you think!
Sometimes being gluten free is tough because foods we once enjoyed simply aren’t replaceable. While there are many gluten free stuffing recipes out there, we opted for a whole new twist with our creamy quinoa. It’s easy, quick and offers that comfort food feeling we all know and love!