Green split pea soup with fresh herbs and a hint of lemon. It whispers that spring might be on it’s way – if of course it weren’t snowing outside…
No one will ever suspect the green beans were frozen!
This is the stew to end all stews. It has lots of different textures, tons of umami, a variety of oven-roasted vegetables and a thick and delectable gravy: perfect for that extra-special occasion.
Black bean soup is one of the most comforting autumn meals I can think of – wrap yourself in this warm culinary blanket today!
Garden goods are coming in faster than I can cook them! What better way to enjoy it all on a cool and rainy day than by making soup.
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.
A great and hearty meal to serve atop a bowl of rice: a mix of black and sweet brown rice makes for a particularly striking presentation.
Weeknight comfort food that comes together quickly and is jam-packed with greens and goodness.
Anything “three sisters” (beans, squash and corn) tends to turn Tex-Mex in flavor. This was an attempt to break away from the predictable and use the classic combo in a fresh new way.
More beans! More beets! Red velvet stew in anticipation of Valentine’s day!
Any excuse to make soup is a good excuse to make soup. Saag soup gives you greens and great taste for a wholesome meal.