This soup is creamy and garlicky, with roasted flavors from the cauliflower. The goat cheese adds a much-needed tang to pair with the otherwise mild flavors of the cauliflower and potatoes. I added a few chopped hazelnuts on top to give it an extra crunch.
Bibimbap is probably one of the most well known Korean dishes. There are many variations of the dish, but I prefer mine with marinated salmon and veggies. To this dish, I added some steamed then fried broccoli rabe in soy sauce and olive oil and then sprinkled with sesame seeds, some fresh carrots, red pepper, avocado and green onions for garnish.
This brown butter, sage, and chanterelle sauce is fairly easy to make. Beginning in September, chanterelles are really easy to find in the PNW, but I understand that they may not be that available in other parts. If this is the case for you, substituting any of your favorite mushrooms will work just as well.
I woke up craving guacamole. Yesterday for lunch, I shoveled this delicious guacamole with a pineapple into my mouth standing in the kitchen, trying to type an email from my phone. I added some pineapple, which gives it a subtle sweetness that is incredible. The pineapple and the garlic create this wonderful flavor combination, and then with a dash of lime and salt, it all really comes together.