While mushed or creamed greens will never win prizes for appearance they’re comfort food with a nutritional punch.
There’s no way to kick off the grilling season like some smoky, spicy, jerk sauce smothered all over a thick slab of tofu and a side of juicy vegetables.
An unusual and veggielicious side dish to serve with a soup for lunch or as a centerpiece at brunch.
A sunny burger with the last of the winter roots for early spring cooking.
What’s satisfaction? Making your own flatbread and finally succeeding.!
This vibrant blend of herbs that smothers a variety of vegetables and grains along with the occasional sweetness of a plump raisin: it’s magic for the mouth. Just try it and see.
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.
A thick and unctuous tomato soup, fragrant with Indian spices and naturally sweetened with lots of squash and a wee bit of beets.
Gorgeous grain and nut-studded patties with a healthy amount of vegetable thrown in.
This is a perfectly spiced millet and cowpea (or lentil) loaf that can shine alone – or that you can jazz up with a generous helping of sweet and sour sauce.
Never roasted cabbage? It’s definitely time to try!
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.