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This Coconut Carrot Ginger and Soup brings on just the right amount of earthiness and spice I dare you to not slurp the whole pot. The deep inviting orange color and the velvety smoothness from the coconut make it both appealing to the eyes and to the tongue.
Here we have two very distinct and BOLD flavors that are softened and married by the silky, creaminess of coconut. Hungry yet?
The dill makes this comforting soup pop! You'll love it!
This deliciously light, yet creamy and filling soup will offer a boost in your immune system keeping those sniffles away all winter long.
Creamy, coconutty soup with a hint of spice from your favorite curry. This has got cozy written all over it.
This is an authentic tasting old-school Thai dish that is easily adaptable to any kitchen. Spice it up even more by adding more curry, or mellow it down by adding a softer creamy taste with more coconut milk. You're the boss.
I love the Today Show and so does Jill Devine, rock-star first guest host in my new year-long series of Give Back Sessions. This initiative's mission, all held at the Center for Plant-based Living, is an effort to give back to 12 organizations in need in the year 2020. This month we are giving all t...
There is nothing more satisfying than eating a big ol' plate of manicotti, and never feeling that "pasta" bloat. The fresh basil, beautifully sweet San Marzano tomatoes and creamy bechamel sauce makes this dinner party worthy. You'll win anyone over with this dish.
New to farro? Well,this ancient grain has been around for quite some time and you'll LOVE getting to know it! The plump little grains add some real umph to any dish. Cook it in vegetable broth to infuse more flavor, and then either create a dish out of it as we have done here or use it in place o...
My best friend introduced me to hummus nearly 25 years ago when many of us were still saying, "hum... what?" Yeah, she was ahead of her time here in the middle of the country and little did she (or I!) know what that little introduction would spark. Fast forward to 2008 when I adopted my plant bas...