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  • Red Lentil Corn Chowder

    It might be summer but does anyone really ever get tired of soup? I know that I don’t. There’s just something so comforting about a big bowl of hot soup either as a meal or as a side, that makes Continue Reading

  • Sweet Potato and Sage Lentil Shepherds Pie

    It wasn’t until I started working in the culinary industry that I became a fan of sage. I had seen it in stores before, tried to use it, and even tasted it but it never appealed to me. After making Continue Reading

  • Roasted Cauliflower with Leeks and Tarragon

    This recipe is definitely a show stopper! It was inspired by a soup that I was making for one of my clients which used cauliflower, leeks, and tarragon with chickpeas and cashews to make it creamy. I thought the flavor Continue Reading

  • Red Lentil Tikka Masala

    Working with a personal chef has definitely opened my eyes to making different cuisines at home. I like to say that I’m a pretty adventurous eater, but I tend to fall into the same old salad and pasta when it Continue Reading

  • 10 minute Seitan “beef” and Broccoli

    Literally my new favorite thing in the whole wide world! I recently got in to seitan after ordering a vegan meal plan (which didn’t go so well but I learned a lot). One of the items for protein was seitan Continue Reading

  • Veggie Cauliflower Fried “Rice”

    Whenever I think about eating vegetables, I always forget about fried rice. It’s so versatile in the sense that you can pretty much add any veggies, a splash of soy sauce, some garlic, and you’re meal is ready! In an Continue Reading

  • 20 Minute Creamy Pumpkin Sage Soup

    It’s always around the holidays where I think it’s a good idea to hoard cans of pumpkin puree with every intention of experimenting making sweet pumpkin treats, yet that never happens. So then there I am with cans of pumpkin Continue Reading

  • Spicy Chipotle Beans and Rice

    This beans and rice recipe is life! Like seriously… if your diet consists of beans and rice (like mine does), then you need to have this in your recipe book on hand at all times! It’s not just your typical Continue Reading

  • Enchilada Lasagna

    Ah yes, enchiladas. I love enchilads — I hate rolling enchiladas. I tend to eat enchiladas more like bake burritos or stuff enchilada filling into peppers. However, this enchilada lasagna has now become my favorite. It’s easy to assemble, easy Continue Reading

  • Vegan Fried Risotto Balls

    More famously known as arancini, these fried risotto balls are a magical food that everyone needs to make at least once in their life! They are quite time consuming, but it’s well worth the effort. I first made arancini in Continue Reading

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