A stir fry is an easy way to throw together some leftover for a simple meal. I had some steamed broccoli and brown rice on hand so I decided to throw them together with some cayenne and paprika.
I love making soup purely with veggies, especially when I'm not in the mood to just eat them steamed or stir-fried. You can substitute the asparagus with any other hearty veggie you like, including broccoli, cauliflower or even cabbage. I like to sautee the asparagus but you can steam them if you like.
I really wanted to make Matzoh Ball Soup for a Passover Sedar Dinner Potluck but having never had tried a traditional matzoh soup and knowing that matzoh is basically white flour and water, I wasn't sure that I could pull this off. After reading tons and tons of recipes, I figured real matzoh, being white flour, wouldn't be healthy, so I decided on Hol Grain Crackers. There are whole wheat matzoh on the market but I decided to make them from rice crackers.
Dave, a former acupuncturist, created Dave's Gourmet Korean Food - a line of vegetarian, vegan and msg-free line of traditional Korean banchan (side dishes) that are usually eaten as part of every meal with rice and a soup or stew.
He omits the shrimp, oysters, and clams that are used in kim-chi...
On the corner of Sepulveda and Braddock (just south of Culver) stands a unpretentious, friendly, affordable and healthy eatery featuring vegan and vegetarian options while offering some real chicken and steak - hormones, nitrates and antibiotic free, of course - dishes so you can enjoy a meal with just about anyone.