My father-in-law was reminiscing a few years ago about a family dish his mom used to make when he was a little boy. It was a stew, he recalled in great detail, with beef, beans, and root vegetables. He posed … Read more
This recipe has a long history, and goes back several decades. My mom made a wonderful split pea soup, and when I was growing up, it was always one of my favorites. She would top it with “buttered toast squares” … Read more
Is your brown bag lunch routine ready for a shake-up? Try this whole-grain veggie roll-up, full of plant-based nutrition, for a brand new perspective on your entire afternoon.
Serving up protein, fiber, calcium, copper, iron, magnesium, manganese, phosphorus, potassium, and … Read more
The last few weeks of summer are upon us, and as the evenings start to get cooler, my thoughts always turn to the simple pleasures of making a big pot of soup.
During the week, preparation time for many of … Read more
Sometimes dinner is just so good, you can hardly wait for leftovers the next day.
This is one of those recipes. Vegetable Vindaloo is a spicy Indian curry, which derives from a Portuguese dish flavored with wine and garlic. Indian … Read more
Last night I made this delicious springtime Italian Escarole and Potato Soup, based on Nava Atlas’ recipe from her inspiring book, Wild About Greens: 125 Delectable Vegan Recipes for Kale, Collards, Arugula, Bok Choy, and other Leafy Veggies Everyone Loves… Read more
This wonderful soup in all its comforting glory is one of my all-time favorites.
So very good on a cold night with a warm loaf of crusty bread, sometimes I serve this with little mix-ins on the side, like petite … Read more
When when the evenings begin to turn crisp, this Minestrone, overflowing with beans, pasta, and fresh garden vegetables, really hits the spot.
Don’t be alarmed by the lengthy ingredient list. This soup actually simmers to perfection in around 30 minutes. … Read more