When I have spinach I'll sauté it in garlic, olive oil and soy sauce. Maybe throw in some sesame seeds. Or, I'll make creamed spinach with a little grated parmesan cheese, garlic, onions, nutmeg and, of course, cream.
I think it goes without saying that I make lots of funky salads. On a side note, I'm still in awe of how many salad dressings there are in the grocery store here in America. And, even though I told myself I would make our salad dressing from scratch once we moved back because I was so used to that in Morocco, I caved on that one real early.
When I have kale on hand, I shove it in the blender, add some frozen mango, coconut water and the secret ingredient. Which is cayenne pepper. Seriously. This recipe whore likes it spicy!
I made this war-torn looking greek inspired roll out of some mystery greens that came in my csa basket. I got the recipe after begging my friend Lisa for it after trying hers at happy hour. In addition to mystery greens, it's got dill, cilantro, feta, nutmeg, garlic and of course phyllo dough rolled haphazardly.
Then, I came across this arugula recipe. And I've been dying to try it to use up my massive heap of arugula.
I know you're green with envy at my slouchy posture, prominent forehead wrinkles and quirky awkwardness. And you know what? It's all organic. But, really don't be ashamed to spread the love and admit that you got this awesome new recipe from a recipe whore.
Enjoy and Cheers!