DARK LEAFY GREENS RECIPES
Okay, okay, we get it: Dark leafy greens are really good for us and we need to incorporate them into our diet. But how to make them really delicious? Or get the kids to eat them? Our contest with Food52 produced hundreds of fantastic recipes. We announced the finalists last week, but felt we had to run all of our tops. Who knew how inventive our submissions could get! Special thanks to Amanda and Merrill for Food52 x goop, one of my favorite collaborations ever.
We tried this without the pancetta and it was still indulgent and super tasty. Top it with a poached egg for a perfect, healthy breakfast.
The creaminess of the eggs and the chili are the perfect complement to the bitterness of the dandelion greens. This is almost like a light, veggie carbonara.
We’re into the coconut, sesame, sriracha combination on the salmon and kale. We also love anything that can be cooked in one pan. We omitted the sweet potatoes, as we found the rice was an ideal amount of starch.
We recently wrote about redecorating GP's Music Room in Amagansett with Windsor Smith's genius online design service, Room In A Box. After hearing from goop readers and Windsor Smith fans that they wanted to buy many of the items in the room, Windsor and her team made it...
The more mass, virtual, and disparate our culture, the more (I think) we look for provenance, care and thoughtfulness anywhere we can find it. Thus, the spate of gorgeous hyperlocal restaurants, bringing the 'farm to table' concept even closer - to the kitchen garden. Vegetables never tasted so good.
Bibimbap, which roughly translates to “mix it up,” is essentially a rice bowl that you can adorn with whatever toppings you like. It’s a great vehicle for leftovers—a veritable ‘kitchen sink’ kind-of meal. The key is the Spicy Miso Sauce, which ties all the various parts together.