There is a time for crunchy cooking, and there is a time for vegan comfort food. This (kind of) brings them together.
Slow food that rewards you by the quality of its taste and nutrition.
A really crunchy couple of recipes to add to your roster.
Use your bread as a canvas for creativity.
This recipe is healthy enough to eat for breakfast and the muffins are sublime served up with a bit of nut butter or virgin coconut oil.
This creamy casserole is rich and decadent in every bite – definitely a special occasion meal.
A beautiful seed-studded flatbread for your next meal.
This one I owe to my sister. It’s chatting in her kitchen on a Sunday evening that I witnessed her bake samosa filling into a pie crust and mentally declared it genius.
An unusual and veggielicious side dish to serve with a soup for lunch or as a centerpiece at brunch.
What’s satisfaction? Making your own flatbread and finally succeeding.!
Half-way between a cracker and kugel, the four-year-old in residence here declares that ”it’s good Mom. It doesn’t taste healthy;” which is praise coming from a child. Bonus – it actually is good for you even though the squash provides sweetness in every bite.
What maximum quantity of grated squash can be held together successfully by what minimum amount of batter? My answer is this moist, spicy and addictive muffin.