I’m trying something new around sharing travel photos — several of my lovely friends and family have asked if I would share pictures from the road, so here is a ...
This morning I returned home from a run in the falling snow, dreaming of eggs poached in tomato sauce.
In this recipe, massaging the kale with your hands makes the leaves wilt a bit so that they are tender enough to enjoy raw. And it’s one of those activities that’s calming for you… even though you’re the one giving (not getting) the massage!
Now that you know How to Make Perfect Hard-Boiled Eggs Every Time, you can make yourself one of my favourite recipes on the planet — Sundried Tomato & Scallion Egg Salad. I have quite a sentimental attachment to this egg salad — it’s a recipe that Mr. KitchenOperas used to serve at his café, where […]
Who needs take out when you can make Chinese food this good at home?
Happiest New Year! It seems to be that time of year when we’re all resolving to eat better… which around here means whole foods, lots of veggies, and choosing foods that give you lots of nutrients! One of the first things I do to make sure I make good choices, is to stock my kitchen […]
The Official KitchenOperas 2013 Gluten-Free & Vegetarian Recipe Countdown!!!
We are currently without power in the aftermath of an ice storm. We are safe and warm, but I’m going to hold off on blog posts for now as we sort out everything at home. Warm and best wishes for a lovely holiday! May your days be merry and bright, full of friends, family, music, […]
Ever since I started eating gluten-free, there have been a few comfort foods that I have been craving, and haven’t yet found a substitute for: stuffed pasta, dumplings, calzones, spring rolls, gnocchi, tiramisu, malt vinegar, Maltesers, and beer. The other day, Mr. KitchenOperas and I went for an afternoon stroll in the neighbourhood. And we […]