Preview… Sprinkle flour over work surface and roll each piece of dough into a long cylinder approximately ½-inch thick. Cut the dough into 1-inch long gnocchi pieces. To insure gnocchi does not stick add flour as needed during the process.
Preview… In a two-quart saucepan whisk together broth, tomato paste and coconut cream on a medium heat until smooth. Stir in sugar, curry, parsley, salt and pepper. Add gnocchi and cook until tender.
Preview… Heat a 10-inch skillet (I prefer cast iron) to a medium heat and add oil. Sauté onion until clear. Stir in garlic and continuing cooking for 2-3 minutes, then stir in celery. Allow to cook for several minutes then add jackfruit and continue cooking for 5- 10 minutes.
Preview… In a 2 quart, oven safe dish whisk Chai into Coconut/Almond Milk. Stir in all other ingredients. Place in oven. Bake at 375 degrees for 1 hour 15 minutes. There will still be some liquid on the top but this will absorb while pudding is cooling. Allow to cool before serving.
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If you were a software developer working in Washington, DC, where would you end up after a decade-long journey inspired by the healing power of acupuncture? I met with Michael at the Laughing Goat Coffeehouse, over a cup of chai, to bring you the answer. His insights and experience are both enjoyable and thought-provoking. They are a tale of growth, seeking, and transformation. You can learn more about Michael Dabrowski and his practice at wholepersonacu.com