Potato GaletteBy Ann Ogden GaffneyIt’s important to cook the potatoes slowly. Covering the pan over lowish heat acts a little like an oven. The potatoes cook through in their own steam without burning, releasing their starches to help the slices stick together. Meanwhile the edges of each slice gradually caramelize where they hit the hot bottom of the pan.Summer Vegetable RagoutBy Ann Ogden GaffneyDrizzle 2 teaspoons of the olive oil over the parchment. Add the cherry tomatoes. Shake them around on the sheet until they are coated in oil. Add the shishitos and do the same thing. Roast in the oven on a medium/high shelf until softened and slightly caramelized, about 15 minutes. Set aside.Vegan Mocha Chocolate MousseBy Ann Ogden GaffneyWhile the chocolate is melting, combine the sugar and the hot espresso in a blender. Blend until the sugar is dissolved and the liquid is a light caramel color. Cool slightly.Cream of Cauliflower SoupBy Ann Ogden GaffneyLiquidize the soup in batches in a high-speed blender. Wipe out the pan. Return the blended soup to the pan to reheat.Salt Cod SaladBy Ann Ogden GaffneyPut the salt cod in a bowl and add enough boiling water to cover by 2”. Leave to soak 15 – 20 minutesCreamy Autumn Squash SoupBy Ann Ogden GaffneyTransfer the soup in batches to a blender and blend at high speed until smooth. Apple Walnut CakeBy Ann Ogden GaffneyTo make the cake gluten-free, sub 1 for 1 GF flour for AP flour.Corn and Pine Nut Stir FryBy Ann Ogden GaffneyIf you don’t want to shuck fresh corn, you can make this with frozen, just remember 1 ear of fresh corn= 1 cup frozen kernels.Grilled Gravlax Salmon with Warm French Lentil SaladBy Ann Ogden GaffneyHeat the grill until very hot. Remove the salmon from the dish and with paper towel, wipe off as much of the dill mixture as possible, particularly on the skin side. Pan Glazed TofuBy Ann Ogden GaffneyPan glazed tofu is my new fave. It gives plain tofu a richness of flavor I hardly thought possible. Roasted Garlic CauliflowerBy Ann Ogden GaffneyRoasted garlic cauliflower is quite simply delicious. The rosemary in combo with the sweetness roasting gives the cauliflower florets and the garlic lends real Italian flair to this wonderful low-carb side.Basic Roasted Winter SquashBy Ann Ogden GaffneyBasic Roasted Winter Squash is the sweetest, tastiest method of cooking of these winter veggie staples. Once cooked, they can be pureed for pies or soups, tossed into salads, turned into pasta sauce or ravioli filling, folded into frittatas ]or simply eaten as side top fish or poultryKale Braised with White WineBy Ann Ogden GaffneyIt’s hard to think of sturdy, healthy kale as a festive dish but Kale braised in white wine is simply delicious. Cooked this way, this healthy, nutritious green is a far cry from the rough way it often gets treated in the kitchen, overcooked, underseasoned, and underloved. Not here!My Roasted Brussels SproutsBy Ann Ogden GaffneyAdd EVOO to a large bowl. Tip in the halved Brussels sprouts and quartered shallots. Sprinkle with salt. With your hands mix the vegetables together with the oil until coated.Basic Roasted CauilflowerBy Ann Ogden GaffneyAdd the olive oil to a large bowl. Tip in the prepared cauliflower, sprinkle with salt. Using your hands, toss the cauliflower florets in the oil until covered in a thin film of oil. Sicilian CaponataBy Ann Ogden GaffneyPreheat the oven to 425F. Line a full baking sheet with parchment paper. Put in the oven while it preheats – this will heat up the sheet and speed up the browning of the eggplant.