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Spicy Wheatberries with Beet Greens, Olives, and Hazelnuts

I had beet greens.  I had cooked wheatberries and lentils.  I had toasted hazelnuts, and olives marinated with chilies. I had dinner, and it was frickin’ awesome.   Good lord, I’m getting lazy over here.  I need to step it up. PrintSpicy Wheatberries and Lentils with Beet Greens, Olives, and Hazelnuts Yield: 4 servings Please […]

Tuscan White Beans and Pasta (But Don’t Hold it Against Me)

Don’t tell my clients this, but much of the time, the “recipes” I use are little more than a list of ingredients, and the vaguest notion of a method. In putting a client’s weekly (or monthly) menu together, I pore over food preferences and sort through endless recipes, trying to find the one dish that will […]

Five Minute Photo Shoot: Beets, Oranges, and Black Olives

Dinner, from the book I cannot stop using: Plenty, by Yotam Ottolenghi.  I must be sounding like a broken record, but that cookbook has majorly influenced the way I cook, both at home and for clients. This is his Beet, Orange, and Black Olive Salad (and I didn’t send you, but you can find the […]