amy chaplin

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Matcha coconut custard tart with chocolate crust

POSTED ON February 6, 2015

Posted in Dessert

Matcha coconut custard tart with chocolate crust

For the new color issue, Anthology magazine profiled me and asked that I develop a few recipes to go with the theme. Along with this matcha tart there’s a golden cauliflower fennel soup with dukkah and a roasted beet heirloom bean salad with bitter greens. I was planning to share the salad recipe but [...] continue reading ->

The best cauliflower bake you’ll ever eat.

POSTED ON January 27, 2015

Posted in Gluten free, Mains

The best cauliflower bake you’ll ever eat.

I know the title is a little presumptuous but this bake really is kind of amazing. I’ve made it three times recently and the response to each was nothing short of ecstatic.  Now I’ll tell you why: Something magical happens when cauliflower is whipped into a smooth puree with cashew milk and nutritional yeast before [...] continue reading ->

Pumpkin nut milk

POSTED ON November 19, 2014

Posted in drinks, Snacks

Pumpkin nut milk

Suddenly the weather here in New York feels too cold to drink or eat anything that isn’t warm. However, I must admit this pumpkin milk is so delicious, I’ve been sipping on it cold as a snack. It wasn’t until this morning that I stirred some into hot oatmeal which created a golden, creamy [...] continue reading ->

Bright turmeric dressing and a spring black rice salad

POSTED ON March 23, 2014

Posted in Condiments, Gluten free, Grains

Bright turmeric dressing and a spring black rice salad

The recent appearance of fresh fava beans at the health food store in my neighborhood was a welcome sight. Although they’re not yet grown locally, they were a sure sign of the lovely spring vegetables to come. Fava beans are a great way to make any simple salad, sautéed greens or grain dish special and [...] continue reading ->

Plum almond crisp with cardamom custard

POSTED ON September 25, 2012

Posted in Dessert

Plum almond crisp with cardamom custard

Lately I have been surrounded by an abundance of plums: Italian prune plums, back plums, Santa Rosa’s and many more that I can’t identify readily. Some varieties have pink flesh, some yellow, all delicious. I had no intension of bringing home so many from the farmer’s market the other day. I chose a few of [...] continue reading ->

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