Nazila Merati shares recipes and stories at www.banamak.org. There’s something comforting about the way she introduces her recipes; you feel like an old friend cooking alongside her in the kitchen. You’ll see what I mean when you read about one of her favorite soups here.
Today’s guest post is from Nishanga Bliss. She practices acupuncture, herbal medicine, and nutrition counseling in Berkeley and teaches at the Acupuncture Integrative Medicine College. She’s also a cook, locavore, and aspiring urban homesteader.
Mary Papoulias-Platis is the co-owner of and executive chef at the Greek Gourmet, a family owned and operated concession and catering business, in San Diego since 1974. Today she shares her technique for preparing chickpeas from the dried beans instead of getting them out of a can.
Today’s guest post is from Jackie Baisa, a food and event photographer based out of Seattle. She shares a few thoughts on veganism, what eating “Unprocessed” means to her, and a beautiful Risotto with Butternut Squash and Sage recipe.