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Mardi Gras

There is nothing traditional except color. I must admit, this is a wacky and not very festive combination, but despite the looks it is really tasty. The real recipe of the bake is with white or savoy cabbage, white beans and potatoes. However if you like a stronger taste with more character, try red cabbage and juicy black beans which also won’t discolor. Serve with quinoa burgers and tartar sauce. Cabbage blend recipe
The quinoa burgers or croquettes are quite tasty with tartar sauce. The recipe is adjusted to be non crumbly as the original German recipe was more like granola. Quinoa burger recipe

The green cowboy

If you don’t have an ingredient, be creative… Sometimes replacing creatively brings us a nice new recipe. Here is the ‘Cowboy’ salad with a twist in ingredients. A smoother much more refined version in green. With the season the possibility of weekend salad combinations is endless. See recipe

Saving green zebras

Maybe a Global warming ‘Trick or Treat’? The unexpected snowstorm in New York on October 29 had us gather our crop in a hurry. A couple of years ago, I discovered Heirlooms at the Union Square market and was experimenting with different tomato kinds in containers since then. The plentitude of little ‘Blondköpfchen’, the voluptious Millie, the tasty Brandywine, the Purple Cherokee and the Black Krim.  Continue reading