Tofu Buddha Bowl with Ginger-Soy Dressing

Follow my blog with Bloglovin     My husband and I celebrated our wedding anniversary earlier this month with a visit to Carmel and Santa Barbara.  Since Carmel is a short drive for us, it makes for an ideal last-minute getaway.  Too ideal, in fact, that we seem to be making the drive once a […]

Tofu-Making Class at Cavallo Point Cooking School

  It all starts with quality soybeans, mature and fully-grown.  They are soaked overnight then steamed and ground to a pulp with water.  The okara (soy pulp) is then separated from the liquid.  The liquid from this  seemingly-simple-but-nuanced process is soy milk–thick, creamy milk that is the base of fresh tofu. I finally had the […]

Mushroom-Tofu Lettuce Wraps

  The theme of the week for dinner has been quick and easy.  I wouldn’t be exaggerating when I say that our meals have taken less than 10 minutes to prepare.  It’s been stir-fried greens for the last couple of evenings–boring maybe, but it’s been my answer for getting dinner on the table with as […]

Marinated Tofu and Vegetable Stir-Fry

  If you’re primarily a carnivore like I am, you might be inclined to pass on this one.  This dish is strictly vegetarian but I if you wouldn’t consider it as a main dish, it might be a suitable side.  In an effort to give you a better idea of our typical weeknight fare, I […]