Guest Post: Kabocha “Porridge” is a grain-free breakfast you’ll love!

March Cooking By Color – Orange I’m kind of in love with kabocha squash. I first learned about this hard-skinned squash in culinary school. Since macrobiotics is heavily influenced by Japanese foods we cooked kabocha in a number of different ways. Fried, steamed, pureed in soups, made into desserts, you name it. It’s naturally sweet…

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March is Orange Month with Yam Boats with Chickpeas, Chard and Cashew Dill Sauce

March Cooking By Color – Orange Orange you glad it’s March? Hehe. I can’t believe how fast the year is going! It’s running away from me and I can’t seem to catch up! But hey it’s another month and another color here on the blog. We’ll be cooking from the orange family of foods and…

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Cauliflower Crust Pizza with Black Mung Bean Curry

February Cooking By Color – White, Brown, and Black Hope you had a great weekend folks! I’ve been back home in Dallas cooking for someone in town for a conference who needed a macrobiotic chef. It’s funny because I moved to Austin and then my business blew up here in DFW! Thankfully it’s only 3…


Guest Post: Gluten-Free Pumpkin Maple Cornbread Baked Bean Casserole

 Cooking Tool of the Month – Casserole Dish I’ve been a big fan of Amanda’s blog Pickles & Honey for a while, so I was ecstatic when she agreed to do a guest post for casserole month. Coming from the south I love me some baked beans. I ate them out of a can as a kid on the regular….