Tag Archives: chick peas
Quinoa Kale and Chick Pea Bowl of Health
A recent convert to Quinoa, a variation on this dish has become my late night back from rehearsal staple dinner. Itâ€™s the kind of food thatâ€™s simple to assemble, still feels like a proper dinner, and conveys the impression of … Continue reading
Better than Bears – and a comforting, yet totally date-night appropriate Greek Chicken Stew
As Fall colors start to paint the country in shades of fire, two friends of our recently returned from a hiking holiday, which they described in glowing terms apart from one small setback:
Fattoush Salad, Hummus, and the unexpected risks of trapeezing
Too hot to walk quickly through the muggy Manhattan weather, I strolled along behind a couple of girls and listened to them chatting.
The Wednesday Tipple – Pumpkin Beer (and cocktail) with Roasted Spiced Chickpeas
Iâ€™d never heard of Pumpkin beer until I came to New York and bought a selection of Autumnal bottles because I loved the Halloween themed labels. Yes, I am a marketerâ€™s dream.
Once you can make tomato sauce, you can make tomato soup â€“ just add stock to the sauce, and a swirl of cream for added awesomeness. And from tomato soup itâ€™s a tiny step to minestrone, which is a much … Continue reading
This dinner will get you laid â€“ 6 Menus for Valentines
Jonathan and I officially â€œdonâ€™t doâ€ Valentines Day. We will not be taken in by cards with kittens on them, or by Snoopy-themed chocolates. No set price menus including duck, a chocolate dipped strawberry and a swirl of raspberry coulis … Continue reading
This Dinner Will Get You Laid â€“ An Arabian Nights Feast – Moroccan Chicken Tagine with Lemons, Cous Cous with Pomegranates and Green Salad with Oranges
â€œIt may well have been the most depressing day of my entire life,â€ said the woman to her friend sitting next to me while water bubbled around our feet and manicurists took up their pumice stones and files with sadomasochistic … Continue reading
Perfect New Year for 8
New Years Eve is a time for elegance and extravagance. Itâ€™s pretty much the only dinner party of the year where black tie doesnâ€™t feel like a crazy dress code. And much as I usually like to mix low brow … Continue reading