Cranberry Orange Spice Cookies

Rainy Day Experiments, GF Cookies!

It’s a wonderfully rainy day up in the Redwoods, perfect for tea, cookies and snuggling.  Today I have my heart set on making the best Gluten Free spicy, “pick me up in a warm blanket of goodness” cookies ever!  Of course, I have only made GF cookies a few times before but I am completely …

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World fusion

I worked under a chef during a very intensive time while in culinary school that used to demand we question everything we made for quality and taste. His favorite barking was, “Is this Fusion or Confusion?!” Half the time our specials needed that question. The rest of the time we made amazing food! That statement …

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Personal Chef Service

Whether you are a busy professional or embarking on a month of cleansing, we can help you get the nourishment you need. Sometimes we all need a little assistance in getting the right foods into our bodies. Most often we reach for the closest thing, and more often than not it is not the optimal …

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Summertime with ShriCuisine!

This is the summer solstice culinary inspiration Jana and I wrote for Bay Shakti, the Anusara Yoga based web-zine based in San Francisco. Check’um Out!!   When you live and play in the San Francisco Bay Area, Summer can be a little hard to distinguish. Some years, Spring showers carry cold rainy winds into the …

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Marinated Soba Noodles, Baby Choi Sum, shaved Fennel, Burgundy Carrots, Celery Leaves

Summer Harvest Menus!

Summer is here! Time to eat fresh and smart to keep the body in balance with the warm sunshine and activity during this time of year. Here a a few examples of dishes: Savories: Baby Gems Lettuce Leaf Cups filled with Farmers Market goodies Warm Forbidden Black Rice With Green Onions, Cilantro and Summer Squash …

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Raw Summer Squash "Lasagne" with Truffled Cashew Creme, Scallion Coulis, Squash Blossoms

Nutritional Counseling

In a typical day, we are inundated with myriad options to refuel our tank. Everywhere we turn there is another cafe or juicebar or fast food chain trying their hearts out with their marketing luring us in. Do I want the Extra value meal? Probably not, but they are telling you that you do. Surrounded …

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Rainbow Chard growing out of my Backpack!

The Farmers market

I feel ridiculously fortunate to live in a mecca for food lovers! Not to mention the regular stores and markets that showcase the local farmers menagerie of seasonality like the Berkeley Bowl or Monterey Market, we also have an open air farmers market almost everyday in the East Bay area. Farmers come from all over …

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Braised Rosemary Prawns and Dragons Tongue Radishes over Kale and Quinoa Pilaf

Dragon Dinner!

In the Chinese culinary culture, shrimp and prawns are often refered to as “dragons”. No doubt they look like little and sometimes huge water dragons! This meal is a Lemon, Rosemary and Garlic braised Prawn and Dragons Tongue Radishes served over a quinoa and kale pilaf. Wonderful with a little Tiquanyin Oolong Tea. Comment for …

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OAEC Greens w/ Chevre on Summer Squash

Sonoma County Picnic

It is hard to say there is much better in the culinary world than growing, picking, catching or hunting your own edibles. And in the medical and nutritional worlds, being that connected to your food can be richly nourishing. This last day off, The ShriChef and the QiChef set out to find a little bit …

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Fresh Thai Spring Rolls

Classes!!

Classes!! We at Shri Cuisine feel it is our duty to teach you how to prepare the amazing creations we provide. The abundance is not is keeping the secrets to ourselves. Rather, we love to share them so that you can get creative in the flow of grace! To inquire into our next class or …

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