Tagged: vegetarian

Bulgur Pilaf Delight

  I’ve been fascinated with bulgur lately. Since this handy pantry staple has only a small amount of the bran from wheat removed, it is a whole grain that cooks amazingly fast. I prefer...

Homemade Vegetable Broth

It’s not as intimidating as it sounds. I’ve always balked at making my own vegetable broth. Buying vegetables specifically for broth seemed like such a waste! I may be squeezing out the flavor, but...

Orange Wheat Berry Salad

  Even though it is cold out and we are having the coldest winter since 1981, I’ve been craving salads. Maybe I’m just craving meals with an overflowing of green leafy vegetables, but that...

Great Northern Roast

  At first, I thought is was impossible. Ridiculous. No way was I going to be able to make this recipe taste delicious.  Inspired by the 1967 cookbook An Apple A Day…Vegetarian Cookery by...

Raw Root Vegetable Salad

  Anyone else feel like color is missing from their plate lately? So many of the root vegetables that are available this time of year are a shade of bland. During the summer, it’s...

Whole Wheat Bread – No sugar, No Oil

  A few years ago, I set a New Year’s resolution to bake bread every week. Baking yeast bread was something that shook my confidence in the kitchen. I could do it, but not...

Lemon Tossed Cabbage

  I hesitated putting “cabbage” in the title of this recipe because it tends to be a word that doesn’t scream appetizing. Yet this dish has become my go-to side dish this winter.  The...

Palak Paneer

Up here in the frozen tundra it is colder than cold. So cold that the Minnesota Governor cancelled school statewide. I don’t remember the last time that happened. When the weather gets unbearable, I...

Maple Roasted Celeriac

It is party season! My last two posts have focused on party-pleasing appetizers (Mashed Sweet Potato Bites and Cranberry Lentil Crostini). This post is perfect for the party potluck. (Say that three times fast!)...

Cranberry Lentil Crostini

A few weeks ago, I wrote a post entitled Cultivating Happiness. My favorite line from that post is: “This blog celebrates the little things that sustain us, the adventures that inspire us, the moments...