Baby Greens Soup with Coconut Milk, Sweet Curry, and Tamarind

We call this soup “baby greens” because we’ve tried using spinach and arugula, baby bok choy and spinach, mizuna and baby bok choy, and while the final flavors for each version were somewhat different from each, they were all very delicious. You could almost have a “make your own soup” kind of dinner, or you can put all of your favorite baby greens in and enjoy … Continue reading Baby Greens Soup with Coconut Milk, Sweet Curry, and Tamarind

Sauteed Arugula and Cherry Tomato Crostinis with Blue Cheese Crumbles

The holidays are a special time of the year. While filled with family, friends, and celebrations, it can also be a challenging time trying to figure out what to serve that would be delicious, interesting, colorful, healthy, AND not take a lot of time or cost an arm and a leg to prepare. Here is a great go-to appetizer that checks all of those boxes … Continue reading Sauteed Arugula and Cherry Tomato Crostinis with Blue Cheese Crumbles

Vegetarian Minestrone with Mizuna

Minestrone is like chicken soup, in that if you ask 10 cooks how to make it, you will get 10 different recipes. But it does have a few common ingredients:  beans, onions, celery, carrots, rice or pasta, vegetable stock, and fresh or canned tomatoes.  It can be, but is not usually, made with meat and/or meat-based stock like chicken stock. Our version of minestrone is vegetarian and … Continue reading Vegetarian Minestrone with Mizuna