Finally! Delivered Dish of the Week Menus April 15 – May 10
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April 15 – 20
Creamy Lentil & Mushroom Soup GF, V, contains tofu
I might sneak some kale in there, you know I can’t help myself.
Greek-Style Green Beans & Rice P, V, GF, SF
Green beans in a garlic-tomato confit with rice. Adapted from Crescent Dragonwagon’s “Bean for Bean: A Cookbook”. Who doesn’t want a name like that?
April 22 – 27
Tart Pan-Roasted Chickpeas with Black Olives & Barley V, SF (Barley is optional for GF) Recipe from Lynne Rossetto Kasper, Splendid Table. She says serve this with a salad of arugula, oranges & red onion. Yes ma’am!
Carrot, Radish & Arugula Salad in Moroccan Orange Vinaigrette P, V, GF, SF Daikon, the white strips in the photo at right, is a mild Asian white radish (resembling a giant carrot) now found in many Twin Cities grocery stores and at Farmers’ Markets in summer. It’s very mild, not peppery at all. A kid-friendly source of fiber.
April 29 – May 4
Deconstructed California Roll Salad V, GF, SF
I’m pretending it’s summer. This is exactly what you think: layers of sushi rice, pickled ginger, crunchy cukes, creamy avocado and nori strips. You supply the wasabi.
Super Slaw in Sesame Dressing P, V, GF, SF
Lots of crunchy cabbage, kale, carrots, radish, possibly apples. If I can think of a complementary protein source, I’ll add it.
May 6 – 11
Potato & Cauliflower Salad w/ Harissa dressing P, V, GF, SF
Harissa is an intense, addictive paste of peppers. I’ll try to make it mild-medium. Recipe from “Mediterranean Fresh” by Joyce Goldstein, to which I’ll add celery. See ‘Decisions Decisions” post for more about this ‘bible’ cookbook.
Black Bean Soup V, GF, SF
NEXT WEEK’S HIGHLIGHTS
- I’ll be serving up apps, talking about what goes best with grilled foods and brandishing knives at an FGI designers networking event being hosted by the award-winning landscaping design firm Phillips Garden in Mpls. We’re pretending it’s summer, too.
- Come find AUNTY OXIDANT at the Brooklyn Center EarthFest on Sat April 20th! I’ll be demoing and handing out SuperFood Slaw. Brandishing knives, of course. 1pm – 4pm at Brooklyn Center High School, https://www.facebook.com/BrooklynCenterEarthFest
- If you attend Urban Arts Academy’s silent auction gala or We Can Grow Earth Day fundraiser at Hazel’s Northeast, you might see a gift certificate from One Dish up for bids! You could go home with a private cooking lesson for 4 ! Better yet, get your friend to bid on it and then invite you.