A classic crispy tofu dish that is good anytime of the year. This baked tofu is served over flavorful sesame noodles.
These grilled chicken yakitori bowls are topped with the meat skewers, sautéed greens and cucumber salad. A blissful bowl of flavors.
As a side dish or light lunch, this turmeric cauliflower is roasted in whole steak slices an served with an easy avocado-yogurt sauce. A bright, flavorful, veggie meal.
An ode to Tex-Mex foods, these Jalapeño Poppers are loaded with chorizo and mascarpone to cool things down.
Get on board with this squash Buddha bowl loaded with tofu and veggie atop delicious coconut rice.
This vegan coconut carrot soup is warm, comforting, silky smooth and loaded with great flavor thanks to the miso.
Deck out your next party with a charcuterie board that is anything but boring and pairs well with cocktails.
This smoothie bowl doesn’t actually have jelly in it, but all the juicy fruits combines with peanut butter makes it taste just like a peanut butter and jelly sandwich.
Dare we say it is never too hot in the kitchen to avoid making brownies? Check out these stout beer brownies with a seriously decedent Irish cream ganache.
This is no wimpy salad. Loaded with roast chicken, bacon, Chevre, avocado, Greek yogurt and blueberries, it is a salad filled with protein and flavor.
Whip up this nutrient-rich powerful salad bowl, also known as the green goddess bowl.
Make a quick flaky dough and wrap it around sweet apricot preserves. It’s the perfect breakfast in bed treat for Moms on Mother’s Day.
On the next rainy spring day, transport yourself to a tropical island with this tiki-inspired passion fruit cocktail complete with spiced rum.
It is safe to say, the poke craze has hit the continental US. So what is it? (By the way it’s pronounced “po-kay”) Poke is a raw fish salad that Hawaiians have been making for centuries, even if they didn’t call it by the specific name of “poke” at the beginning. Hawaii is a vastly multicultural place, and each cultural group and even each family had their own special version. So there are Hawaiian interpretations, Japanese interpretations and more. Tuna seems to be the most traditional main ingredient, but there are versions out there that use salmon, shrimp or even tofu.
This delightful dessert is gluten free and easily vegan-izable. It has only four ingredients: coconut cream, chocolate, salt, and rum!
Hailing from New Orleans, this recipe contains equal parts whiskey, Cognac, and sweet vermouth, plus a few ingredients to complete the refreshing drink.
A refreshing cocktail with only 3 ingredients – perfect for summer sipping and so easy you can make it with your eyes closed.
A true crowd pleaser, a Jack Rose is a sweet and sour combination not unlike candy, with lemon juice, pomegranate syrup and applejack.
Take your traditional baked potato and make it into a hearty soup loaded with delicious toppings for a nutritious plant-based meal.
A whole roasted chicken with lemons and potatoes is easy to accomplish, but still impressive. Glaze with honey for a beautiful crispy skin.
Sweet potatoes and carrots are tossed in tahini dressing before being roasted and served with figs, walnuts, feta, and fresh mint and basil. A beautiful vegetarian side dish.
With Italian pantry staples you can create flavorful grilled veggies or a perfect orzo to take to a barbecue gathering.
A delicate salad that is ideal for using up thinned greens. Let the crunchy radishes with a drizzle of avocado-shallot dressing steal the show.
Mussels are simple to steam in a flavorful broth and enjoy with a few vegetables and a crusty loaf of bread to soak it all up.
If you are feeling blue about the lack of produce in winter, enjoy these basic roasted carrots with a delicious sauce to accompany and brighten the mood.
An easy, comforting fall chili that’s vegetarian to boot. This warm bowl of goodness with warm the soul and give your home a beautiful aroma on a cool day.