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Tag Archive: vegetarian

Southwest Veggie Soup

This is a simplified version of my Chicken Tortilla Soup that I posted on a few years ago. We make this a lot when we know we have a full day to watch… Continue reading

Quinoa Chili

I worked on this recipe last week and was so happy with how it turned out. I love chili (especially in the fall & winter) because it’s typically easy to make, filling and… Continue reading

Quinoa Salad

Since you all have been loving my Kale & Quinoa Patty recipe (get it HERE), I wanted to share another one of my favorite quinoa recipes. This salad is AMAZING for the end… Continue reading

Artichoke & Spinach Pesto

As summer is starting to wind down, we all need some great recipes to use up our basil plants and while a plain basil pesto is a great option, this recipe is even… Continue reading

Basic Risotto

After taking it easy the last couple of days and sleeping for twelve straight hours last night (seriously!), I am finally starting to feel like a normal human being since catching this cold!… Continue reading

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

Mushroom Barley Soup

. I hope this post finds all of my fellow east-coasters safe and dry as Sandy makes her rounds! If you still have time to get out before it hits or if you’re… Continue reading

Quinoa and Provolone Stuffed Peppers

I love using quinoa (pronounced “keen-wah”) because it’s a great vegetarian option that’s packed with protein and nutrients. It’s also a nice break from the usual rice or couscous and now a days… Continue reading

Corn and Heirloom Tomato Tart

As summer is quickly winding to an end (hope that all of you had a great Labor Day weekend), I like to look for recipes that use up the wonderful corn and tomatoes… Continue reading

Fish En Papillote

I’ve been super busy the last few weeks so I have been looking to make dinners that are quick and easy with very little clean up. This one is perfect because the fish… Continue reading

Potato Gnocchi

I absolutely love gnocchi but I never thought I could make it myself. My husband and I have mastered making fresh pasta for raviolis and fettucini but I thought this would be much… Continue reading

Eggplant “Pasta”

My husband and I got really in to this season of the Next Food Network Star. I think the new format made it more competitive and really enjoyable to watch. After a few… 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

Grilled Tilapia with Cherry Salsa

I used to not eat any seafood at all, but I’m so glad my husband has gotten me into trying it over the years because it’s opened me up to all lot of… 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

Mediterranean Grain Salad

This is a crazy simple recipe that will make you want to give up the generic pasta salad for the summer. We play around with salads a lot this time of year… I… Continue reading

Shaved Squash Salad with Thyme Oil & Goat Cheese

In the spring and summer time, my husband and I like to experiment making different kinds of salads for lunch. We try different combinations of fruits, vegetables, oils and cheeses to come up… 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

Chilled Cucumber Mint Soup

If you love Gazpacho, you’ve got to try out this recipe! A great departure from the usual hot soup, this one is incredibly light, crisp and flavorful… and best of all, it’s SO… Continue reading