- Farro & Chickpea Salad
- Sweet Potato Pakoras
- Vegan Gougères
- Chana Masala / Spiced Chickpeas with Rice
- Black Bean Burritos
- Spiced Socca
- Greek Bean Soup
- Cold Sesame Noodles
- Mixed Vegetable Pakoras
- Vegan Celeriac Remoulade
- Curried Butternut Squash Soup
- Vegan Kale Pesto
- Vegetable Lentil Soup
- Savory Stuffed Flatbread
- Cashew Cheese with Garlic and Herbs
- Farro with Mushrooms, Carrots and Tomatoes
- Artichoke Chickpea Fritters
- Farfalle with Arugula and Tomatoes
- Rum Punch
Category Archives: main dishes
Fast, easy, delicious, and nutritious, this salad makes a great lunch, dinner, or picnic dish. This recipe make a large batch — enough for 6-8 servings — and it keeps in the refrigerator for several days. It’s a great dish … Continue reading
This delicious take on Chana Masala was adapted from a February 1999 recipe for Spicy Chickpeas in the oldie but goodie magazine Food & Wine. This savory dish comes together quickly. We’ve made it countless times over the years and … Continue reading
These burritos are delicious, nutritious, and quick to make. A perfect weeknight dinner. The recipe makes a large batch, so it is possible to cook once and eat twice. Or, you can serve these to a crowd.
This recipe, a remarkable approximation of take-out sesame noodles, was closely adapted from a recipe in the New York Times.
Vegan KALE pesto. It’s delicious!
This recipe is a variation on Farro and Kale Pilaf, which is infinitely adaptable. This version replaces the kale with other vegetables. The mushrooms give the farro a smoky, earthy flavor and the carrots add sweetness.
Artichoke Chickpea Fritters These savory fritters can be made small and served as an appetizer or made large and served as a main course. Either way, they are crispy and delicious.
The farmers market finally opened for the spring! Most of the farms were offerings greens of every variety, but there were also radishes, herbs and flowers for planting, apples, delicious bread, prepared foods, and a lot more, but not a … Continue reading
Fregola Sarda with Cauliflower This is a toothsome, satisfying meal. It is healthy, spicy, flavorful, and strangely addictive.
Pronounced “pasta cheech,” this is a quick, easy, and satisfying weeknight dinner. You probably have all the ingredients on hand.