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Hey there, pumpkin, it's chilly outside so let's get cooking! This is a spin off of my famous Big Bold Chili, adding in pumpkin offers a little more depth and smoothness, but if you're not a punky fan, just omit it and you'll still be the star of the show with my original recipe. Over the years I ...
Eating black-eyed peas on New Year's Day is thought to bring prosperity. Why not encourage prosperous health by eating them all year long? Topped upon a bed of greens these gluten-free and vegan little cutlets usher in the year full of flavor and the promise of good health.
Guacamole?How about Broccomole!Sneak in more greens by adding steamed and chopped brocc to your guac!
You've never had chili like this! It's packed with beans and vegetables. And, you'll never miss the meat because I have added bulgur wheat to give you that mouth-feel and the sweetness of the San Marzano tomatoes will add a richness you'll really love. I think it is really the ultimate comfort meal
Looking for a way to use that abundance of produce your garden had offered you this late summer? This no-cook and easily adjustable vegetable ceviche is the perfect fit for the hot summertime meal you are looking for.
Inspired by a recent trip to Mexico, this ceviche is full of flavor & nutrients, and it keeps the fish at bay... But, what about that light waft from the sea that traditional ceviche delivers? Easy, I've swapped the fish for hearts of palm and sprinkled in dried kelp flakes to remind you of the...
Chickpeas and clus----what?! If you're unfamiliar with the legume, the cluster bean, you might be more familiar with it in it's processed state of guar gum as it acts as a stabilizer in condiments such as ketchup, BBQ sauces and salad dressings. You'll also see it on your ingredient labels for bake...
A green eatin' lovin' cowboy is the new sexy, so, giddyup baby and let's layer goodness on top of goodness! I'll let you choose the cruciferous (AKA: healthy-as-a-horse-you'll-be-for-eating-them), then scoop YOUR caviar on top and let the rodeo begin!
Make a batch of these nachos, divide them up into 5 separate containers and you have breakfast at your desk all week long.
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