Buttermilk helps bring out the blue color of the cornmeal in these hearty breakfast muffins.
You can use any type of miso paste for this soup. Red miso offers the strongest flavor. For milder results, try white miso.
In the south of France, this spicy sauce is traditionally spread on toasted croutons and dipped into bouillabaisse. But its delicious flavors complement more than just fish soup. Try croutons and rouille with your favorite soup, or use the sauce as a sandwich spread or dip. If oil rises to the top during storage, stir or blend the rouille in a food processor before using.
Here at VT, we're matcha obsesssed. It’s more like a slushie than a smoothie or milkshake, and is only mildly sweet.
Cucumber, carrots, and gomashio (a blend of toasted sesame seeds and sea salt) add crunch to this seaweed salad.