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I LOVE sweet potatoes. Enough so that I usually buy a big ole' bag of them when I go to Costco. I especially love them roasted along with other root veggies, but sometimes I just have to grab a potato and go. So, the next best thing is to microwave it. I can do that… Continue reading A Fast and Easy Way to Cook Sweet Potatoes
Let me start this post with, "I HATE mushrooms!" so, you may ask, why cook some? Well, it all started with a post from the Crunchy Radish about shiitake mushrooms and how they taste just like bacon when fried. Really? Because I love the taste of bacon, but I no longer love the idea of… Continue reading Fried Shiitake Mushrooms with Onions, Potatoes and Turnips
It's cold and snowy this weekend, so I really feel like cooking yummy comfort food. What better meal than a hot, hearty stew? This vegan stew is great when served with your favorite flat bread or crackers. Moroccan flavors are hot and spicy! So, if you don't like your food to be too hot, just… Continue reading Harira: Moroccan Chickpea Stew with Lentils and Rice
I'll say it right up front. A lot of people, including my husband, say that they don't like split pea soup. BUT they've never even tasted it! Les won't taste it because it looks mushy and kind of, well, a pea-soup green. Plus, he hates canned peas. Well so do I! I'm telling you, split… Continue reading How to Make Split Pea Soup
You know how you have a bazillion gallons of cranberry sauce or chutney left over after your holiday guests have gone home? Well, I make the chutney and HOPE that my guests don't eat it all up. Of course, it is so easy to make and store that you can make more after the party… Continue reading Holiday leftovers? Make stuffed French toast with cream cheese and cranberry chutney
I have a feeling that many people are buying jarred Alfredo sauce because they don't know how quick and easy it is to make their own gluten-free sauce. Also, when you make your own version, you have better control over calories and a lot of control over ingredients. I learned to make Alfredo sauce from… Continue reading Gluten Free Alfredo Sauce with Edamame and Mung Bean Pasta