Tag Archives: Cabbage

Asian Cabbage Baked Egg Rolls with Tempeh

Asian Cabbage Baked Egg Rolls with Tempeh by Alison's AllspiceI’m not really a side dish person.  I love to cook.  It’s a great release at the end of the day to come home and find my rhythm in the kitchen.  However, I find it most enjoyable when there are fewer pieces of the puzzle to keep track of.  Side dishes don’t fit that routine well, therefore I tend to make and eat a single thing every night.  These Asian cabbage baked egg rolls with tempeh fit that theme perfectly.   Continue reading

I joined a CSA!

This Weeks CSA ShareHey everyone!  I joined a CSA!  I’m really excited to share this adventure with you all. I have always wanted to try out a CSA, and this year I finally did.  What is a CSA?  Glad you asked!  It stands for Community Supporting Agriculture. Continue reading

Shrimp Po’ Boys with Zingy Slaw

Shrimp Po' Boys with Zingy Slaw on French BreadIt’s time for Po’Boys my friends!  The Po’Boy is a Louisiana style sub sandwich that can be as creative as you are.  Po’boys got there name from a restaurant in New Orleans during a local factory strike.  The restaurant served free sandwiches to the “poor boys” that were on strike.  My shrimp po’ boys with zingy slaw is a traditional take on the sandwich, having fried seafood and dressed with coleslaw! Continue reading

Dijon Thyme Roasted Cabbage

Dijon Thyme Roasted Cabbage
Cabbage is still in season, and going on sale in preparation for St. Patricks Day.  Cabbage is enjoyed in America over St. Patties day because it was inexpensive for Irish immigrants to purchase.  Because it doesn’t cost much, it is a staple in my kitchen all winter long. Cabbage lasts for a long time in the fridge, it is versatile, and so healthy! This Dijon thyme roasted cabbage is an easy side to put together for quick dinners. Continue reading

Crispy Fish Sandwiches with Slaw

As far as fish sandwiches go, this one is pretty classic.  As I did my research for creating this recipe, I found that  traditional crispy fried fish with slaw is really the way to go.  It just works so well, don’t fix it if it’s not broken (I say that, but I will still try, sigh…life as a food blogger).   If you’re not a huge fish fan, or eat a lot of it like I do, this sandwich is a great way to consume more fish without feeling like you are… it’s just a sandwich!

Crispy Trout Sandwiches

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