Dig into this flavorful fish curry on a weeknight. With chickpeas and cod, this curry has plenty of kale and Indian spices to make your tastebuds happy.
Pickle today, enjoy tomorrow.
The best way to prepare beets is to roast them. The earthy and sweet flavors come out, and you can dress them with additional herbs and spices for a tasty dish.
The refreshing drink of ground nuts and rice from the Spanish speaking world gets added flair. Indian spices are mixed in for a twist that works so well.
Delicious, and simple pure mango flavor. This is the sort of recipe that easily adapts to whatever dietary needs you or your guests may have.
Homemade ricotta fills a simple tart shell before being topped with sweet summer berries and a tangy balsamic glaze.
Get the best of both worlds with this red hot cinnamon ice cream embraced in a root beer float.
A simple Indian potato dish, known as masala aloo, is a great recipe often served to celebrate Holi. It literally brings new life to the table with its bold spices.
A simple eggplant side dish can be made flavorful in just a few ingredients, including Japanese red miso paste and sake.
A savory custard tart is filled with fresh rosemary, a hint of dried lavender, and a handful of blue cheese before being topped with sweet roasted figs. A stunning combination of flavors.
An easy dessert with a coconut macaroon shell just waiting to be filled with lemon curd.
A hearty soup is a great way to warm up. Enjoy this chowder made with salmon and buttermilk and try serving it with warm buttermilk biscuits.
There it is, the best of summer’s corn in a dessert bowl. The crunch of nut brittle with a touch of heat is the perfect end to the cool bowl.
With a dash of chili and cinnamon to warm things up, this chutney is a delicious way to preserve summer’s bounty through the winter.
To create a delicious dessert for a gathering you don’t need much. In this case, all you need is a couple of avocados, coconut milk, and great chocolate.
Welcome spring with these flavorful muffins with a touch of rosemary.
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Beautifully bright dairy-free persimmon ice cream.
Easy recipe complete with sweet and tangy flavors. This slaw is an affordable and seasonal…
These caramelized onions are delicious, sweet and savory with a bit of vinegary bite and the sauce emulates Italian agrodulce.
With all the colors and flavors of fall, this vegetarian curry makes a great centerpiece for a cozy get together.
The risky flavor combo of scallops and blueberries pays off with a stunning, high-drama dish.
Haybox cooking involves heating up what one wants to cook, then placing the hot pot into a box packed with hay, putting a lid on things and then letting the food cook slowly.
A gougére is a small choux pastry, basically a savory cream puff, made here with tangy blue cheese.
Served with a side of rice, these colorful stuffed peppers make for a satisfying vegetarian dinner.
These pickles are “cooked” in the sun so all you need to make them is hot weather, an airtight jar and something to go into it.
It’s easier to separate egg yolks from whites when the eggs are cold. Make sure no yolk gets in the whites. They won’t whip up if there is any fat in them.
Cheese, meet ice cream. Ice cream, meet beer. Now, go forth, procreate and make little ice cream cheese and stout caramel babies.
All this dish needs is a few basic ingredients, and a steamer. It doesn’t get much simper than that.
Easy, fast and perfect for Summer eating, this is another great make-ahead dish, and who doesn’t want to take the pressure off cooking at this time of year.
Enjoy a vanilla and cherry ice cream recipe by Kathy Gori, made with in season Chelan cherries.
A delicious and gluten free holiday treat with dates and cereal.
French fries go to the sub continent for a fresh Indian twist.
This delectable dessert is better known around Kathy’s house as caramel apples for adults.
Kathy Gori with a great dish that is as versatile as an adjustable wrench.
One of the most dazzling, show stopping things one can present at a dinner party are the puffy little Indian breads known as Poori.
A lovely amuse bouche, an elegant starter, or even a fantastic main course. This springy soup works everywhere.
Kathy Gori with a dish that can fool anyone that it’s actually not Meatless Monday.