tsainola

a vegetarian pop-up for New Orleans

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Menu for Saturday

Olive Boules

Broccoli Black Bean Galette with Toasted Mustard Seeds and Red Pepper

Spicy Mushroom Soup with Scallions and Curried Squash

Cauliflower Soup with Garlic

Fresh Greens with Parsley-fried Black-eyed Peas and Cheese

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Strawberry Orange Clafoutis

Peppermint Fudge/Snickerdoodle/Gingerbread Cookies (2/3 Gluten-free)

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Coffee

Mint Tea

Spiced Lemonade

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Menu for Saturday

Spicy Onion Soup with Turnips, Greens, and Blue Cheese

Rosemary Sourdough/Roasted Garlic Bread

Warm Baby Lima Beans with Mizuna and Citrus Olive Sauce

Spicy Mashed Sweet Potatoes with Green Peppers

Roasted Broccoli with Garlic

Boston Bib Nest with Herbed Butternut Squash and Mexican Tarragon

Parsley Beet Rice with Cumin

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Chocolate Truffles

Apple Cider Caramels

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Rosemary Lemonade

Spiced Wine

Hot Toddy

WGNO Appearance

Recognize those plates?

We were out in Jefferson Parish early this morning to help promote the Eat Local Challenge and also to share our cooking with the hosts of WGNO’s Good Morning New Orleans. Check out our four minute segment here. More pictures are available on our Facebook page. We had a couple of dishes on display, including creole cream cheese stuffed squash, fresh whole wheat sourdough bread, and a peach and blueberry tart. We also prepared a courgette and peach salad with corn dressing and a fried okra/courgette and mushroom dish served with herbed lemon yogurt and jasmine rice. Both recipes are available on the WGNO website here.

Pictures from the TSAI Glad Tidings Brunch

One of our guests, Joanna Sternberg, has kindly shared with us some of the pictures that she took at our holiday brunch last weekend — see below. For more pictures, see guest Nora’s account of her TSAI brunch experience. Many thanks to our hosts, musicians, and guests for a wonderful event.  

Check in the next couple of days for new recipes, and in the coming weeks for news of upcoming events. We can’t wait to feed everyone again soon, and we’d like to wish everyone the best of holiday seasons, and a great start to the new year.