Grilled Asparagus

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We got some asparagus from the Farmers’ Market, and I asked Dino if he’d be willing to grill them with the burgers. He went for it – spritzed them with lemon juice, a sprinkle of salt, and some basil oil and then grilled them until charred and delicious. This was an awesome way to have asparagus, and so very tasty! Continue Reading →

Crispy Sweet and Sour Tofu

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This recipe is great! And it actually makes enough to have a little bit leftover. Usually, even when tofu recipes serve four, the two of us can eat it all no problem. This was really great over rice. I garnished it with some freshly snipped chives and chive blossoms from my garden. Yum! Continue Reading →

Spicy Lemon Grass Tofu

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This was a good dish, but there is so much lemon grass in it that it’s a bit too potent. It was good, and the heat level was nice. I used a jalapeno – and Dino ended up topping his with some Sriracha. I think this definitely has potential with some tweaks – less lemon grass and maybe some fresh lime juice squeezed over top right at the end. I served this dish on top of some forbidden rice, which really helped the yellow from the turmeric pop. Continue Reading →

Baby Spinach Salad

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I made a side salad tonight with some produce I had in the house. I used baby spinach, carrot, daikon, avocado, chives, grape tomatoes, lemon infused olive oil and aged balsamic with a sprinkle of fleur de sal and a little freshly ground black pepper. It was refreshing and tasty! Continue Reading →