Good Food - Tony Chiodo

Tony Chiodo

Cous cous, chickpea and avocado pilaf with lemon tahini sauce

Cous cous, chickpea and avocado pilaf with lemon tahini sauce

Try this as a complete meal or serve it at a picnic as the stand out salad of the day.

Cook | Tony Chiodo | Wed Oct 19 05:05:38 EST 2011

Green tea noodles with fresh asparagus, peas and a creamy dill & avocado sauce

Green tea noodles with fresh asparagus, peas and a creamy dill & avocado sauce

Try this avocado dish for a soul soothing, mouth watering slice of comfort

Cook | Tony Chiodo | Wed Oct 19 04:56:19 EST 2011

Grilled chicken, peaches and avocado

Grilled chicken, peaches and avocado

A truly easeful barbecue meal that can be prepared and eaten in minutes.

Cook | Tony Chiodo | Wed Oct 19 04:44:51 EST 2011

Thai tomato, avocado and prawn salad

Thai tomato, avocado and prawn salad

A refreshing summer time salad to be enjoyed with a glass of crisp white wine.

Cook | Tony Chiodo | Wed Oct 19 04:44:34 EST 2011

Red rice with spring onions and toasted sesame seeds

Red rice with spring onions and toasted sesame seeds

Mystified by pressure cookers⁄ Ever wondered about that torture-chamber-like pot that grandma used to use, or maybe even mum⁄ All that gurgling, whistling, spitting and spinning.

Cook | Tony Chiodo | Wed Oct 19 04:33:07 EST 2011

Sweet and sour lime pickles

Sweet and sour lime pickles

Getting into a pickle over a vegetable this spring is probably the best thing you can do for your digestive system.

Cook | Tony Chiodo | Wed Oct 19 04:33:09 EST 2011

Golden couscous with lemony mustard dressing

Golden couscous with lemony mustard dressing

Cous cous, the quickest of all grain dishes, originated in Morocco and forms a staple food in Moroccan and North African cookery.

Cook | Tony Chiodo | Wed Oct 19 04:33:07 EST 2011

Corn morning cereal

Corn morning cereal

Morning has broken, stomachs are grumbling. Breakfast is the day's first challenge. We all rise to the forever perplexing question of, "what shall I have this morning⁄" "What am I capable of...

Cook | Tony Chiodo | Wed Oct 19 04:33:06 EST 2011

Summer skewered fish

Summer skewered fish

A barbecue at a great beach site held under shady trees in case of blazing sun. A little preparation is called upon, either the night before or early morning.

Cook | Tony Chiodo | Wed Oct 19 04:33:10 EST 2011

Tuscan white bean salad

Tuscan white bean salad

Begin a romance with the versatile bean. Beans are as old as amore itself and have been cultivated around the world since ancient times.

Cook | Tony Chiodo | Wed Oct 19 04:33:06 EST 2011

Quick Japanese pickles

Quick Japanese pickles

Getting into a pickle over a vegetable this spring is probably the best thing you can do for your digestive system.

Cook | Tony Chiodo | Wed Oct 19 04:33:10 EST 2011

Grilled sweetcorn with sweet miso sake sauce

Grilled sweetcorn with sweet miso sake sauce

Popcorn, corn chips, cornflakes, cornbread, tamales and polenta are all gifts from the goddess of corn; she of the beautiful, sun-ripened ears protected by large green husks and fine golden silk.

Cook | Tony Chiodo | Wed Oct 19 04:33:15 EST 2011

Dukkah

Dukkah

A grain of salt can be cooked into or combined with foods in such a way as to magnify the flavor without imparting an overwhelming salty taste.

Cook | Tony Chiodo | Wed Oct 19 04:33:15 EST 2011

Pear walnut dressing

Pear walnut dressing

This slightly sweet and tangy dressing is creamy and perfect with bitter greens and wild grasses. A fresh accompaniment with aged cheeses.

Cook | Tony Chiodo | Wed Oct 19 04:33:14 EST 2011

Sweet miso - onion dressing

Sweet miso - onion dressing

Here is a salt seasoning that is easy to prepare. Store well in an airtight jar - that's if you don't hoe into the lot first.

Cook | Tony Chiodo | Wed Oct 19 04:33:14 EST 2011

Poached fresh figs in marsala

Poached fresh figs in marsala

So much symbolism, so much history. So many sexual connotations, too. Of course I'm talking about the fig - that wonderful, sensuous late summer fruit.

Cook | Tony Chiodo | Wed Oct 19 04:33:12 EST 2011

Buckwheat pancakes with summer berries

Buckwheat pancakes with summer berries

I came across the following recipe in a Martha Stewart cookbook and it's my all-time Sunday brunch favorite - infallible, easy and fun.

Cook | Tony Chiodo | Wed Oct 19 04:33:12 EST 2011

Asparagus and tempeh dijonnaise salad

Asparagus and tempeh dijonnaise salad

Tempeh's smoky, nutty and somewhat mushroomy flavor will be enhanced in this delectable and easy summer salad.

Cook | Tony Chiodo | Wed Oct 19 04:33:11 EST 2011

Sauerkraut

Sauerkraut

Getting into a pickle over a vegetable this spring is probably the best thing you can do for your digestive system.

Cook | Tony Chiodo | Wed Oct 19 04:33:09 EST 2011

Mushroom - stuffed artichokes

Mushroom - stuffed artichokes

Cynara scolymus - more commonly known as the globe artichoke - is not your most user-friendly vegetable.

Cook | Tony Chiodo | Wed Oct 19 04:33:08 EST 2011