Month: October 2016

Oma’s Apple Crumble (APFELKRÜMEL)

Oma’s Apple Crumble (APFELKRÜMEL)

Inside this apple crumble are a number of tender apples and crumble topping that provides plenty of sweetness and crunch. This is an original German recipe that has been passed down for generations, thanks to my friend Ines’s Oma. It’s a simple recipe that uses just a little more than a handful of ingredients and […]

Roasted Hokkaido Pumpkin and Barley Salad

Roasted Hokkaido Pumpkin and Barley Salad

This roasted hokkaido pumpkin and barley salad is proof that fall has definitely arrived! Which means I have moved on from light summery salads to more substantial ones; salads made from seasonal vegetables like pumpkins, root vegetables, and my favorite… kale. Despite the arrival of autumn, I have yet to reach the soup state. Right […]

Pear Quinoa Salad with Arugula & Roasted Hazelnuts, Parmesan, Orange Dressing

Pear Quinoa Salad with Arugula and Roasted Hazelnuts

Light and healthy this pear quinoa salad with arugula and roasted hazelnuts is not like your ordinary bunny food. Yes, of course it’s a salad, but it’s a salad that’s packed with nutrient-dense, plant-based protein. Yes, we can thank quinoa’s super abilities as a complete protein for that. Plus there’s some hazelnuts in the mix […]

buckwheat pancakes, gluten-free

Buckwheat Pancakes

I happen to love buckwheat pancakes. Okay maybe they aren’t the sexiest sounding pancakes around. Yeah, buckwheat sounds a little too healthy for some of us. But really they are worth trying – you may just fall in love with buckwheat’s nutty flavor. Plus they are naturally gluten-free with no added sugar. I have two […]