Just to let you know, there's a new recipe & video up on Everyday Dish. The dish is Sauteed Chard With A Cherry Ginger Gastrique. It is really delicious, and comes from executive chef Derek Hanson at Nutshell restaurant in Portland, Oregon (which is a fantastic vegan restaurant). The dish is on their restaurant menu, though they serve it atop a creamy polenta at the restaurant. It's a very simple recipe and I encourage you to give it a try. This is a perfect way to use all of the yummy chard from the farmer's market.
We've been bookin' on the Everyday Dish segments and have some great ones (with some great chefs) coming up. I'll let you know here on the blog, as we post them each week.
On another note, check out the latest podcast of Stumptown Vegans with Jess (of Let's Get Sconed) and Webly (from Fueled By Popcorn). For the latest podcast, Jess and Webly invited me over to shoot the breeze and talk about vegan food and cooking.
Also, I thought that it would be fun to do another DVD giveaway, so if you want to be included in the drawing, please add your name to the comments. I will randomly select a winner by putting all of the names in a mixing bowl, and will announce the winner here on the blog. Once I announce the winner, I will need you to email me within 2 days, or unfortunately I will have to randomly select another winner. I’m not sure when I will announce the winner, so check back.
I think that's all for now. Happy cooking!!
Oo oo! Please put me in the drawing for the DVD! Thx!
- Lisa Goldman
Mmmm, definitely a great way to eat your greens. I'll have to check out the podcast too!
And yay! Another DVD drawing!
Yay! Definitely count me in!
Count me in for the draw! =)
Please add me to the drawing!
Please include my name in the drawing. Thanks!
Woohoo! Count me in. I'd love to have the DVD.
put me in! put me in!
I love Chard. It's great to have new things to do with it (and serving it on top of polenta sounds yummy too!)
I would love to have my name added to the drawing too (who wouldn't?!?!)
What a lovely dish! I'm very excited about all the new Everyday Dish installments coming up. Please include me in the drawing; I'd love to win a copy of the DVD!
Randomly adding my name to the comments...
Though I was planning to comment anyway because the greens look SO YUMMY!
yeah, i'm in for the drawing!
Please enter me for the draw~Céline Land
OooOO, I'd love a DVD.
Sweet! I have some chard in my gardent that is just about ready to use. Drawings are so much fun! Oh, and I will have to check out the podcast for sure. :o)
Count me in, too!
I can't wait to go to Nutshell when I visit!
The chard looks so good. I'll be checking out the video for sure.
please enter me in the drawing! i've wanted that dvd forever! thank you. :)
that dish looks fabulous ~ I'll pick up some chard at the market this weekend and imagine I'm at Nutshell! Thanks, and also for the podcast tip, I'll go listen and imagine I'm hangin' in your kitchen! :)
fun conversation, Julie! I know your voice, but couldn't figure Jess or Webly... I'd like to get in on that berry pie testing episode!!!!!!
hello, Im here! Am I too late? I am under vicki!! Yay!
Want to try to win the DVD! Thanks!
Don't add my name to the drawing, as I already have the wonderful dvd. :] Just wanted to say (1) The dvd rules and anyone that doesn't win should purchase it! It's awesome... and (2) The artichoke dip!! WOW! I made some and between my bf and I we ate the entire batch ::burp::
If it is still possible to enter, I would love to be included in the drawing! Thanks. :)
I didn't know that Jess did a podcast. Thanks for the heads up. I'm going over to check it out right now and listen to your interview.
Please also, add me to the mix for the DVD draw. Thanks!
adding my name if it's not too late.
jess got that greens/polenta/cherry item when i went to nutshell with her last. it was quite pleasant. though really, the fried rice balls were freakin' awesome....
Please put my name in the drawing too.
Include me in the drawing as well if not too late! Lisa Ellis
I've bookmarked Nutshell because I'll probably be in the Portland area for Pickathon again.
And thanks for the Podcast link too!
please also include me in the drawing. I'm always looking for yummy and unique ways to incorporate more greens into my diet, so looks like this recipe is one to try.
It looks delicious!
I'd love to be added to the drawing :)
Please include me in your drawing. I would love a copy of the DVD
just a little thing: how are tempeh and tofu 'substitute ingredient'?
my family (from south-east asia) don't have a word for vegan and yet they have a word for tempeh and for tofu.
i wouldn't call a falafel a substitute, so i don't see why i would call doufu a substitute.
Count me in for that drawing!
Count me in for that drawing!
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