Everyone has their go-to foods they automatically reach for when feeling run down. Sometimes, no food is appealing, depending on what type of bug-a-boo you've caught. Here are a couple suggestions for eating according to the principles of Chinese food therapy and macrobiotics. Making soups and congees has long been part of Chinese food therapy. … Continue reading Food Therapy For Seasonal Colds & Anemic Conditions
When we cook rice, we cook 3-4 cups short or medium-grain brown rice at a time in our pressure cooker. This will last us a couple days. Leftover rice can be easily re-steamed, by placing in a heat-proof bowl, and placing in a steamer pot. We have an old, big double-tier steamer pot that is … Continue reading Using Leftover Rice for a Savory Breakfast Porridge
On a cool and rainy New Years Day, what better to do than crank up the oven, and prepare a feast! This is our no-fail way of preparing the Gardein Holiday Roast so it is perfectly moist inside, with a nice browned crust outside. Great with roasted vegetables, our Pan (Water) Sautéed Kale with Beets, Apple Cranberry Sauce, and baked kabocha squash. What a feast!
I love Saturdays. I get to go gather at the market, and replenish my supply of fresh produce, and pick up a couple fun treats. We scored today with a fun new find, and enjoyed a great day of simple, but light meals. Happy New Year!