Archives for posts tagged ‘dijon’

Roast Beef & Cabbage in Gluten-Free Teff Tortilla Wrap

  This is actually one of my husband’s creations. (I have been enjoying it up until cabbage went on the no-no list of foods to eat while breastfeeding!) A simple but tasty quick lunch recipe. Take a gluten-free teff tortilla and top it with some sliced roast beef and some grated goat cheddar. Place it under […]

No-Mayo Egg Salad

Here’s another great comfort-food recipe that is super easy to prepare! It doesn’t use mayo, which is on the list of foods to avoid during pregnancy, though I generally don’t cook with mayo anyway. A little dijon mustard goes a long way! (Recipe is pictured above on gluten-free multi-grain toast from Mariposa Bakery in Oakland.) […]

Wild Salmon-Salad

  The great news I had this week is that I got my latest lab work back and my iron shot way up to mid range after only a month, the B-vitamins are perfect and the white blood count numbers are half-way to normal.  My accupuncturist said that she could tell that the jump in […]

Apple-Turnip Chicken Salad

  Last week I got these beautiful turnips at the farmers’ market.  I love a crisp, ripe white turnip and could just eat it raw – they are so sweet!  These were great because the greens were in good shape so I used them to make juice in the morning and then I tossed a […]

Balsamic Dijon Marinated Chicken With Fingerling Potatoes

  Back at the farmers market this weekend, I found some crisp spinach, amazing heirloom tomatoes, and tasty varieties of fingerling potatoes.  Add a split chicken breast, Dijon, and some Bariani balsamic vinegar & olive oil, and I had the perfect Saturday night dinner.  I owe Mark Bittman of the NY Times for the idea […]

Dijon Chicken Salad With Walnuts And Red Grapes

  My parents were visiting from Minnesota this week, and I decided to roast a chicken.  Unfortunately I was so caught up in the meal preparation that I neglected to take a picture of it (though it looked absolutely beautiful!), so I will post on that at a later time.  But the process of roasting […]