My Article “Four Simple Strategies for Keeping the Creative Culinary Juices Flowing” Published on Vegan Mainstream!

Baked Apples Baklava is an example of “Switching Courses”, one of the creativity strategies named in this article. This recipe is a switch from Dessert to Breakfast, as a sweet nutty filling is tucked inside the depression left when the apple core was removed, and then the stuffed apple half is wrapped in phyllo and baked before being drizzled with an apple cider reduction.
Baked Apples Baklava is an example of “Switching Courses.” This recipe is a switch from Dessert to Breakfast, as a sweet nutty filling is tucked inside the depression left when the apple core was removed, and then the stuffed apple half is wrapped in phyllo and baked before being drizzled with an apple cider reduction.

Recently, the folks at Vegan Mainstream asked me to submit an article/blog post on the topic of my choice.

If there is one thing I hear more frequently than anything else about my approach to cooking, it is that it is “creative.”  I am humbled by such a generous assessment.  So, lest the well ever run dry, I decided not too long ago to try to become more conscious and deliberate about what, until then, had been just a natural inclination.

The result of my self-reflection was four simple strategies that I had been inadvertently returning to again and again.  And I am delighted to share them with readers in “Four Simple Strategies for Keeping the Creative Culinary Juices Flowing,” published just today:

  1. Color Substitution
  2. Crossing Cultures
  3. Switching Courses
  4. Trading Textures

Click on over to the article to find out how you too can adopt these same strategies for a near endless flow of kitchen inspiration!

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