Cauliflower Leek and Fennel Soup

The long Thanksgiving weekend brought a bit of much needed rain here in LA, so we finally got a taste of autumn weather and a respite from the unrelenting heat. I make soups all year round because I find it’s a great way to get bone broth and a good helping of veggies into my diet.  When it’s raining especially I can’t help but brew up a big batch of something comforting to sip on. One of my favorites is potato leek soup because... Read More

Roasted Fennel over Couscous

Fennel is an interesting vegetable.  When eaten raw I find it to have a celery-like texture with a hint of licorice flavor, which is not my favorite of all the flavors.  But like most vegetables, when roasted it mellow out and gains a toasty and buttery quality. I don’t roast the stems because i find them quite stringy, but I do save some of the fuzzy greens to chop up and season the bulbs with while they cook.  Afterward, they’re... Read More