You can make the filling for this white bean veggie sandwich a day or two ahead and pop it into the refrigerator. The white bean filling also makes a nice dip for veggies or chips. These sandwiches are great for taking along on picnics or outings. One thing I recommend is to use a good […]
Author: Lisa M.
While summer is coming to a close, and many fruit seasons wind down, it’s nice to have a good juicy fruit salad. This salad has a wide range of flavor: watermelon and dragon fruit juiciness combined with blueberries and strawberries. The citrus-y dressing adds the sweetness of agave, with the delicious tartness of limes and […]
For all those gardeners (and their friends and families and neighbors and coworkers) trying to use up all those baskets of tomatoes from their harvests, I give you skillet tomato cornbread. I love this recipe! Who doesn’t love a thick, sweet skillet cornbread with a sauteed onion bottom and roasted tomato top? Bring me a […]
Prepping and cooking eggplant couldn’t be easier. Even if you want to “sweat” them as you’ve read about, it’s super simple and only adds thirty passive minutes to your cooking time. Many people hesitate to cook with eggplant because the sweating part seems mysterious. The first thing you should know is that sweating is unnecessary, […]
During Hurricane Dorian we were certain that our electricity would go out due to high winds. It never did, but while we waited, we were trying to empty the freezer as much as possible. We mostly keep fruit, bread, and vegan “meats” in the freezer. And by “fruit” I mean “a lot of fruit.” Mr. […]
I haven’t enjoyed a dessert in a long time as much as I did these two fruit galettes. I have been wanting to make galettes for so long, finally got around to doing it, and I love them! I polled my instagram followers to see which fruits I should make into galettes first. I knew […]