Tali Snowa culinary diary of recipes and inspiration
I just returned from a conference in Phoenix, and as with most meals spent outside of one’s own kitchen, I could use a few tricks to get back on track. And with Thanksgiving just days away, that’s all the motivation I need to do just
Not that it's hard to find a reason to love summer, but one element in particular that I love is the simplicity of summer cooking. And while I try not to use the oven too much, it's hard to argue with a dinner that practically makes itself. This is a light...
There’s a few ingredients that make for undeniable summer staples; garden-fresh tomatoes in a classic caprese salad, and anything involving sweet corn, such as this recipe from Mark Bittman. Since I had fresh Persian
The onset of the summer heat here in Dallas creates an almost insatiable desire to consume any and all COLD beverages and smoothies, at any time of day. Sound familiar? But, not all cold beverages are created equal and we
This simple Mediterranean salad is perfectly complimented by a savory falafel pancake. As I often am, this recipe is inspired by and based on Pamela Salzman’s recipe, only I added
I’ve discovered that I’m a bit of a pancake snob. It didn’t happen overnight, but I think I can trace it back to the acquisition of a home grain mill. Milling wheat (or any other grain) to make your own flour has a dramatic…
This recipe has become a new favorite, I almost ate the entire batch the first time I made them. But because I milled my own spelt flour and the recipe has no added sugar, I didn’t feel like I’d gone overboard.
The spices in this recipe makes for an unexpected flavor combination that doesn’t disappoint. Lentils are a vegetarian’s best friend; a solid source of protein, a rich source of essential amino acids and micronutrients.
Last week, I was on cloud nine with the spring weather and made the most apropro “Spring soup” I could find. This week, I laid around almost all weekend and didn’t menu plan. So I shopped my pantry and in the end…