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Breakfast Beyond Oatmeal

Breakfast Beyond Oatmeal

Here is another use for the whole grains and seeds that you’re seeing at the store. Top off with delicious flavoring, which are also tasty on oatmeal. Amaranth (3/4 Cup) Bring 2 1/4 cups water or milk to boil in saucepan. Stir in amaranth. Reduce heat to low, cover and simmer until tender. Cooking time […]

Ways To Use The Whole Vegetable

Ways To Use The Whole Vegetable

Use The Leaves The leafy green stems of beets or radishes make a tasty side dish when sautéed with garlic and olive oil. Try blending carrot greens with olive oil, Parmesan cheese, and a squeeze of lemon for a tasty pesto. Slice The Stems Broccoli stalks are the perfect size for spiralizing and make a […]

Date Night At Home

Date Night At Home

Going out for dinner on Valentine’s Day is a risky affair. Even the best restaurants can have “overload difficulties” on such a busy night where couples have expectations of restaurant perfection. A better way to manage expectations is to take control of them yourself. Food is a language of love. You know what you like […]

Winter Produce

Winter Produce

The colder months are when a rainbow of fruits and vegetables reach their peak, from dark green kale to sunny citrus. Jicama Pronounced hee-cah-ma, this winter vegetable is crunchy and refreshing. Its mild flavor makes it perfect for salads, salsa, or as crudités for your favorite dip. Use a vegetable peeler to remove its tough […]

Kombucha

Kombucha

Kombucha (also known as tea mushroom or Manchurian mushroom) is a fermented, slightly sparkling black or green tea beverage that is usually lightly flavored with fruit, ginger, or herbs. Kombucha is commonly intended as a functional beverage for health benefits (although there is no real scientific evidence to support health benefit claims). Kombucha is produced […]

Winter Citrus Fruit

Winter Citrus Fruit

Winter Citrus Fruit is a beautiful natural ingredient that will perk up the winter table with generous juiciness and vibrant vivacious hues. Citrus fruit have a beauty that cooks can incorporate into their winter meals. As an added bonus they are an excellent snack for that nagging sweet tooth. They can bring a bit of […]

Better Choices You’ll Barely Notice

Better Choices You’ll Barely Notice

These little tweaks really do add up to lighter and more nutritious meals. CUT CARBS All types of vegetable noodles, from beet to squash, are available in the produce aisle or make your own. Serve in place of pasta or mix with whole-wheat spaghetti to bump up the fiber and cut calories. SAY YES TO […]

How To Cook Romanesco Broccoli

How To Cook Romanesco Broccoli

Cut Into Pieces (like you would broccoli) Steam Add 1 to 2 Tablespoons, Butter, Ghee or Clarified Butter Add 1 Tablespoon Spice Mixture Of Your Choice OR Preheat Oven to 425 degrees. Line Baking Sheet With Parchment Paper Scatter Pieces Onto Baking Sheet Drizzle With Olive Oil Season With Kosher Salt & Pepper Place In […]

Snowy Saturday

Snowy Saturday

This Snowy Saturday Morning I’m Making Old-Fashioned Baked Donuts. YUM! “Work With What You Got!” ©Tiny New York Kitchen © 2018 All Rights Reserved

Cold Winter Nights

Cold Winter Nights

I can’t think of a better way to warm up than by a roaring fire in the evenings! “Work With What You Got!” ©Tiny New York Kitchen © 2018 All Rights Reserved