BLOG: Vegetables for Breakfast

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April 30, 2022


December 8, 2021

Steamed Baby Turnips and their Tops

October 27, 2021


July 17, 2020

Kanten: Fruit or Veg?

December 1, 2019

Open-face Tahini and Sauerkraut Sammy

December 9, 2018

rainbow latke 2018

August 22, 2017


May 12, 2017


April 30, 2017

avocado matzah

March 29, 2017

march market plate

January 29, 2017

cauliflower rice with corn

August 31, 2016

pan-fried pattypan squash with corn on the cob

March 31, 2016

breakfast bowl of rice, beans ‘n greens

February 29, 2016

[carrot] dogs for breakfast

January 31, 2016

roasted veggie kebabs

August 30, 2015

kale chip rigatoni

July 21, 2015

Roasted Carrot “Fries”

June 19, 2015

zucchini linguine with tomato sauce

May 31, 2015

edamame hummus on corn cakes

March 20, 2015

cabbage ‘n porridge

February 10, 2015

snow day!

December 18, 2014

latke spires

October 15, 2014

roasted vegetable cups

September 21, 2014

happy birthday

September 18, 2014

beet greens salad and brown rice with pea shoots

July 25, 2014

summer garden salad with quinoa tabouleh

July 11, 2014

red choi and napa cabbage with creamy (creamless) polenta

June 30, 2014

celery root chips with herbed brown rice and pressed salad

June 19, 2014

happy birthday, vfb!

June 17, 2014

fried, not baked

June 15, 2014

father’s day fatoush

June 13, 2014

slightly pickled radish, red cabbage and spring onion

June 12, 2014

red mustard greens

June 10, 2014

purple daikon corn salad

June 9, 2014

peas on carrots

June 2, 2014

beans and carrots

Icing on the Cake: Testimonials

I loved Ms. Nancy’s cooking class so much.! I have been in this cooking class for two years and I would love to sign up for another one. I tried a lot of new foods like winter squash, cardamom, Brussels sprouts and kale. My favorite salad was the kiwi, carrot, radish salad.
Not only did we cook and eat, we also did labs about food. We used rulers to measure the size of plants. We also explored stone fruits and their ripe season. Now in my house we have window boxes and I am growing cherry tomatoes and basil.
I learned that we can use a lot of different tools to cook, not just our hands and senses. We used safety knives, potato peelers and a carrot sharpener (I wonder if you could sharpen a pencil with it?) !!!
Because of this class I can help papi make dinner and I will try any new food at least once to see if I like it. Thank you, Ms. Nancy for making cooking fun and interesting and helping me be excited about food.

- Love, K (a 7-year-old boy).