This might be another one of those recipes where I’ve already lost half of you with the title. Perhaps the parmesan part has kept some of you skeptics around with juuust enough curiosity to keep scrolling. Cauliflower the bland cruciferous vegetable that most of you say “thank you, next” to.
There’s quite an odd juxtaposition with tabbouleh (ta-BOO-lee) for multiple reasons. This isn’t one of your whip-it-up-in-a-pinch salads. It’s tedious. You have to really, really want tabbouleh. The zinger is that there are people who don’t enjoy tabbouleh. Parsley’s flavor is bitter and peppery, and its texture coarse and uninviting.
You either love them or hate them, and I probably already lost half of you with the title. They are a controversial vegetable. The smell alone causes great consternation among those living with you. For those who are still here, do I have a recipe for you! You can cook
I made a tofu vegetable stir fry with sticky butter rice for a client today. I wrote out “peanut chili sauce for drizzling” in the menu and figured I’d figure the rest out on a whim (this tends to be a trend). I was quite pleased with how it turned
Today, I failed. I’ve had things go wrong while cooking, but I could usually improvise and fix them as I went along. It’s really the most shameful fail I’ve had. How bad could it be, you ask? Allow me to elaborate. Lebneh (leb-nee) is a Middle-Eastern cream cheese, only not