Rice and mushrooms so aroma- and flavor-enriched by a simple mushroom stock that you have a heightened sense of mushroom-ness. No drugs, just your common creminis and shiitakes. Deeply delicious, emphatically aromatic. Luscious, elegant and hearty at the same time.
Free soup. A hot, aromatic, deeply delicious improvement for a cold winter day. It's all in the mushroom stock you make by simmering leftover mushroom stems in a pot of water for a light, clear stock with a super-concentrated fragrance and flavor of mushroom.
How is this big, rich, satisfying party-on-a-plate the national dish of Brazil, a country known for bikinis on Ipanema Beach? Well, it's a very Low Glycemic Load meal. No Belly Fat ingredients. Just a combination of flavors that triggers every taste bud receptor in your mouth.
That's the question at breakfast every morning ... if you're in Nepal. If you're in North America this week, it's the answer. Easily habit-forming. Great for recharging your immune system. A very good habit at this time of year.
Warm and satisfying. So many flavors. So few calories in such a big serving. Just the kind of calories you want, the ones with a low glycemic load. Just vegetables, olive oil and chickpeas. And these super-high-fiber chickpeas are a great source of protein.
Sometimes I just think about New Orleans. The food, the music. Which gets me thinking about jambalaya. That great throw-it-together rice dish. Succulent, sweet & spicy shrimp, smoky sausage and deeply flavorful rice. A colorful comfort food for a dreary winter day.
The flavors and aroma of a spectacular pasta. The feel of a soufflé. Huge, rich flavors to re-awaken every taste bud you've got. So light you won't feel like you're piling on after all the festive eating.
Rich but light, intensely flavorful but not too sweet. Bright lemon flavor in a real Graham cracker crust. Transcendent flavors. Spectacular mouth feel. Probably the best thing you'll put in your mouth today.
The little things that get big results, slowly but surely. Here are 5 details that matter.
Amaze yourself once a week. In the kitchen. Once a week, do something you've never done before. Learn to make one thing you love to eat. Something that always made you think, this is great but I probably shouldn't try this at home by myself. You should. Here's how.