Recipes

Carrot Dogs

I love this creation!  Who would have guessed that the humble carrot can be all dressed up to be a fancy dog!

A side of baked beans, and any frozen or steamed veggies makes a meal.  (Salads are always welcome too.)

Fresh Fruit Tart

I always try to use fresh berries from the garden for this beautiful and quick snack.

Ginger Roasted Tempeh w/ Vegetables

This is a lovely, meaty dish that can be modified with vegetables that you have around.
 
If aiming for gluten-free, make sure that the tempeh does not have barley.

Asparagus Soup

You know it's spring when local asparagus abounds.  Celebrate with this satisfying soup!

Chickpea Curry

Here's a basic curry recipe with lots of room for variation.
 
 

Cruciferous Curry

Here's a basic curry recipe that highlights broccoli and cauliflower, but don't limit yourself!

Leftover Cobbler

This is such a versitle, hearty dish that uses any vegetables, soups, stews, bean dishes, stir-frys, potatoes or rice on hand, adding a fresh and homey topping of corn bread!  Also a great potluck casserole offering.

Walnut Roast

This is an improvement on meat loaf, and can be the centerpiece of holiday meals as well.

Eggplant Stacks

This elegant dish pops with color and is so simple to make.

Mother’s Mashed Potatoes

There may be nothing more comforting than creamy, warm mashed potatoes.  This recipe keeps the richness and buttery flavor with no animal fat or dairy at all.
Irresistable at any age!

Carrot Rice Casserole

A rich and satisfying casserole - I have never met someone who didn't like it (note the peanut butter if allergies are a consideration).  This is a good recipe to bring to a dinner party.

Ginger Broccoli with Cashews

Here's a basic stir-fry recipe for broccoli, which adds garlic and onions for flavor and cashews for crunch and body - a good one to alter and experiment with as well.

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