Ingredient: olive oil

tex-mex portobello waffle fries
Appetizers, Fewer Than 6 Ingredients, Game Day, Mexican Cuisine, Snacks, Southern US Cuisine

Tex-Mex Portobello Waffle Fries

Looking for a quick and tasty game day snack this fall? These Tex-Mex portobello waffle fries will be a hit at your football party! Nothing says Tex-Mex like a spicy combo of taco seasoning, barbecue sauce and jalapeños. As with nachos, for this recipe you can add other seasonings and toppings to suit your taste. […]

easy traditional ratatouille
Entrees, Father's Day, French Cuisine, Gluten Free, Lunch & Dinner, Sides, Stove Top Dishes

Easy Traditional Ratatouille

Hey, Key Lime Coconutters! Allison here, stopping in to add another recipe which we used in our Lucky Pantry grocery delivery boxes this month. September is a perfect time for this ratatouille, while all of the vegetables are in season and being harvested. Tomato, eggplant, zucchini, bell peppers, onion – that’s almost the whole garden! […]

Game Day, Lunch & Dinner, Sandwiches

White Bean Veggie Sandwich

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 […]

skillet tomato cornbread
Breads, Father's Day, Game Day, One Pot Dishes, Oven Dishes, Southern US Cuisine

Skillet Tomato Cornbread with Onions

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 sautéed onion bottom and roasted tomato top? Bring me a […]

kitchen basics cooking with eggplant
Fewer Than 6 Ingredients, Kitchen Basics, One Pot Dishes, Oven Dishes, Vegetables

Kitchen Basics: Cooking with Eggplant

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, […]

fresh salsa verde
Dips and Salsas, Mexican Cuisine, Savory Sauces & Dressings, Vegetables

Fresh Salsa Verde

Fresh salsa verde is my favorite salsa for chips, thanks to a great little restaurant back in Norman, Oklahoma, called Pepe Delgado’s. We eat there every time we are in Oklahoma – the food is full of veggies and it’s sooo easy to eat vegan there, even though it isn’t a vegan restaurant. No weird […]