amy chaplin

celebrating the art of eating well

Tagged as: WINTER

Squash miso bowl with greens and ginger

POSTED ON December 16, 2014

Posted in cleanse, Soup

Squash miso bowl with greens and ginger

 

This bowl of goodness has saved me on numerous occasions since the weather went from crisp to frigid here in New York. Here’s how it came about. One day a few weeks ago I dashed into the kitchen chilled to the bone, feeling a little frazzled, rushed and in need of something nourishing [...] continue reading ->

Warm heirloom Black Bean Salad with Tangy Cilantro Pumpkin Seed Dressing

POSTED ON February 20, 2014

Posted in Salads

Warm heirloom Black Bean Salad with Tangy Cilantro Pumpkin Seed Dressing

During the last photo shoot for my cookbook we focused on my pantry and  capturing ingredient glossary shots. For these, I needed to have all my favorite beans on hand; since many are heirloom beans, I made a big order from Rancho Gordo in California.  They have the best range or runner beans, which are [...] continue reading ->

Chocolate coconut bites

POSTED ON February 13, 2014

Posted in Baked Goods, Dessert, Gluten free

Chocolate coconut bites

There is the sweetest little bakery in Williamsburg (Brooklyn) called Bakeri, which I’m sure many of you know. It’s the kind of place that I once fantasized about opening when I lived in London. Coincidentally, the mural on Bakeri’s wall depicting a nymph-like woman holding a tray of cakes is almost identical to what we [...] continue reading ->

Steamed vegetable salad with black sesame flax dressing

POSTED ON March 3, 2013

Posted in Gluten free, Salads

Steamed vegetable salad with black sesame flax dressing

The end of winter is a challenging time to find fresh, good-looking veggies in New York.  The stored roots are getting old, and most of the produce that’s shipped from all across the continent understandably lacks the vital freshness that instantly inspires meals.

I find that steaming cheers up any selection of vegetables you have [...] continue reading ->

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