Beets weren’t a loved vegetable in our house when I was growing up. They came from a can, their juices staining my mother’s hands. Mom was the only one who’d … Continue reading Why beets? What’s so comforting about them?
Bread has been on my mind lately, as regular readers may have gathered from recent posts. Baking my own is of course part of that preoccupation but so is the … Continue reading Imperfect Bread
One pan and complex flavors make this dish a popular one at my house all year round, but especially throughout winter. It’s a hearty vegan meal that makes you forget … Continue reading Mushroom and Potato Skillet Pie
These pancakes are great for Easter brunch. Happy Easter, y’all! A friend of mine passed along her sourdough starter to me a little while ago, and now I’m hooked. Yes, … Continue reading Dairy Free Sourdough Pancakes
This salad is a great way to boost your fiber intake and gain benefits from one of nature’s superfoods—sweet potatoes. It works as a fabulous vegetarian main dish thanks to … Continue reading Bulgur Salad with Sweet Potatoes and Garbanzo Beans
This sandwich is rich with flavor without all of the calories of a restaurant prepared chicken salad sandwich. I use poached chicken instead of fried or roasted and fat-free greek … Continue reading Best Chicken Wrap Ever
I’m a big fan of chef Yotam Ottolenghi. Maybe you are, too? But some times have trouble finding the stuff to make his recipes at home? Don’t worry about it. … Continue reading Tomato and Roasted Lemon Salad