Hello!

  It’s been a long hiatus, but I’ve returned to Veggicurious after a time spent traveling, exploring, thinking, and eating. Over the next few weeks, the site will debut a new look, with new information, a new project, and much more. And, of course, the blog will continue! Check back for more information, or subscribe, and I’ll keep you updated with new exciting developments! I’m … Continue reading Hello!

Winter Quinoa Salad with Roasted Vegetables

  Quinoa is a near perfect food, and an easy grain to fold into almost any soup, salad, casserole, or main dish. This quick fall salad braises instead of roasts your winter vegetables, without sacrificing that golden flavor. I was treated to a similar dish the other night at a friends how, but she used roasted turnips, onions, rutabaga, sweet potato, and garlic – delicious! … Continue reading Winter Quinoa Salad with Roasted Vegetables

Easy Weekend Breakfasts – leeks and eggs

Some weekends it seems to blustery to go outside, and you just want to cuddle, watch movies, listen to NPR and have breakfast in. This is one of my “special” breakfasts. It doesn’t take long, but long enough that I want to save it for a weekend occasion. No real recipe – just sauteed leeks and garlic, farm, fresh eggs in a soft scramble, and … Continue reading Easy Weekend Breakfasts – leeks and eggs

Torcetti with fried zucchini, sage, tomato and butter

I can’t get enough of the fresh sage growing in the flower pot on my porch. One of my favorite ways to eat sage is fried, with butter, on pasta. I was feeling just a little guilty about the pasta/butter dinner combo, so I added some lovely zucchini, fried in homemade herb butter, olive oil and garlic, and some burst yellow baby heirloom tomatoes. Had … Continue reading Torcetti with fried zucchini, sage, tomato and butter

Fresh Fig Tart with Sage and Gorgonzola

The Co-Op sent out a message this week about a stock of fresh figs from South Philadelphia. Many Philadelphians have fig trees, and I’m so jealous of them! I ran out and bout all of the figs, with which I made some delicious brandy fig preserves for my morning yogurt and the above tart for a special brunch this weekend. I started with a puff … Continue reading Fresh Fig Tart with Sage and Gorgonzola