Watch Your Carbs!

Watch Your Carbs!

Watch Your Carbs! Some fun menu items this week are – Quinoa White Bean Tabouli, a true summer dish, but be aware, it’s very garlicky! Then there is Mesir Wat, an Ethiopian red lentil curry also with plenty of garlic, plus ginger and paprika, definitely very flavorful...
Praise to the Green Soup

Praise to the Green Soup

Oh, Green Soup, how shall we sing your praises? Maybe we should start with a disclaimer: some of you will not like it (if you have a childhood spinach trauma, or don’t like the taste of greens, or don’t like pureed food, for example.) But those of you who are into...
Neatballs and more…

Neatballs and more…

Thank you so much for responding to our last email and post in various ways! We are taking all of your comments to heart and some of it to the stove – some of you will find dishes on the menu you wanted to have again. Your input also played a role in our new dish this...

United Nations International Day Of Peace

Please come join us to gather with many people around the world to celebrate the International Day of Peace. Because this year the 21st falls on a Monday we expect a large crowd because what better is there to do than come together for peace on a Monday night!?A...

Salt Only Dishes

One thing I love about seasonal, local veggies is that they make beautiful salt only dishes. No other seasonings are needed! A great example is the tomato pepper stew, called Letscho. At least that is how the Hungarian name was said in my childhood in Vienna. At the...

The Kindness of Vegetables

If you think I am crazy, you may be right. But my state of mind is not the point here. This is an exploration of the vegetable’s character. As the title indicates, kindness is central to most vegetables’ nature. I am not acquainted enough with all of them to say that...