Category Archive: Vegan

Vegetable Stock Two Ways

Last week I showed you how to make your own chicken stock two different ways (a basic stock and a pressure cooked one) and now I have an even easier stock, a homemade… Continue reading

Pasta Alla Formiana

If you’re like me, Monday’s are always the worst for dinner. Groceries are running low from the weekend and as dinner time approaches I’m always left thinking “what in the world am I… Continue reading

Vegan Sausage and Mushroom Étouffée

What I’ve noticed from going vegan in the summer time is that not all recipes are good for you just because they’re vegan. A lot go heavy on the oils and other fats… Continue reading

Summertime Succotash

I love this dish because it’s so inexpensive to make but it’s still delicious. It gets a creamy texture from the lima beans, a bit of crunch from fresh corn and sautéed onion,… Continue reading

Eggplant Chana Masala

I go vegan every summer which means I cut out all animal products and by-products from my diet. Yes, this includes all the obvious things like meat and dairy but it also includes… Continue reading

Farmers Market Gazpacho

One of my favorite things to eat during the spring and summer months is a gazpacho. It’s so refreshing and light, and the fact that it’s served cold makes it not only low… Continue reading

Soy and Rice Stuffed Cabbage

I made this for dinner a couple of weeks ago when it was a little warmer and not so rainy. My husband and I had been golfing all day so I wanted something… Continue reading

Veggie Burgers 3 Ways

My husband and I have been trying to make lighter versions of things lately and have inadvertently been eating vegetarian for the past few weeks. After trying out a bunch of new recipes,… Continue reading

Vegetable Pad Thai

My husband has kind of a crazy work schedule and there are some nights when he’s literally got a 30 minute window to be home for dinner. Nights like these I always want… Continue reading

Light Chickpea Curry with Basmati Rice & Naan

I love the bold flavors of Indian cuisine, but what I don’t love is the heaviness and calories that come with a lot of their dishes. Most entrees use high-fat coconut milk or… Continue reading

Tortilla Soup and Chicken Tacos

It’s been chilly here in New York, as we’ve started getting the much delayed winter snow all week. This recipe is a great way to warm up and is really filling at the… Continue reading