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Black Bean Cheeseburger with Fried Egg

Black Bean Cheeseburger with Fried Egg

Black Bean Cheeseburger with Fried Egg

Brittany’s recipe is a unique twist on the traditional black bean burger. While some black bean patties are only a base to fancy relishes or enhanced spreads, Brittany focuses on making her burger stand alone. Her patty consists of half-mashed, half-whole black beans and homemade blended breadcrumbs that create a fuller and sturdier burger. Then… Read More »

Gluten Free Bite Size Brownies

Gluten Free Bite Sized Brownies

Bite sized desserts are a finger-food-friendly way to enjoy perfectly portioned sweet treats, which are just right for little hands. These bite sized brownies are simple, chocolatey and delicious. By using a clever combination of ingredients, these brownies can be made not only gluten free but also vegan if you’d like. Plus, by baking them… Read More »

Salmon Tacos with Avocado-Tomatillo Salsa

Salmon Tacos with Avocado-Tomatillo Salsa

Having people over for Cinco de Mayo but looking for something a little bit fresher and healthier? Fish tacos are one of the best ways to lighten up what would otherwise be a typically indulgent meal. Most fish tacos like this one recipes call for using a firm white fish like snapper, mahi mahi, or… Read More »

Spaghetti Squash Noodle Bowl with Lime Peanut Sauce

Spaghetti Squash Noodle Bowl with Lime Peanut Sauce

After a long day of work, there’s nothing quite like a big bowl of pasta, right? Not necessarily! Laura’s spaghetti squash noodle bowl is all the comfort of a big bowl of Asian noodles, without the noodles. Spaghetti squash is a healthy, almost crunchy alternative to pasta, and when combined with Laura’s sweet and spicy… Read More »

Red Quinoa and Mango Salad

Red Quinoa and Mango Salad

Did you know that the U.N. declared 2013 to be the International Year of Quinoa? That may be a bit of a stretch but we do love the versatility of these little grains that are packed with nutrition and flavor. In cold salads, red quinoa holds it shape better than white quinoa, adding a nuttiness… Read More »

Lemon Zest Roasted Chickpeas

Lemon Zest Roasted Chickpeas

Who knew the tiny chickpea had so much culinary potential? Mild in flavor with a unique texture, these little guys are high in both fiber and protein, not to mention superbly versatile. A departure from the typical soft hummus or falafel formation, Shira’s dish is a crispy, tangy take on chickpeas that will blow your… Read More »

Broccoli and Arugula Pesto

Broccoli Arugula Pesto

Emma’s broccoli and arugula pesto plays off of traditional basil pesto (made with garlic, olive oil, parmesan and pine nuts) with a vegan, gluten-free and Eastern-inspired sauce, dip or spread. She keeps the garlic, olive oil and pine nuts but instead of basil, she adds mint leaves, arugula, broccoli and – get this – miso… Read More »

Slow Roasted Marinara Sauce

Slow Roasted Marinara Sauce

Every Italian household has their staple “red sauce” recipe, perfect for tossing over pasta, spooning over meatballs, or just dipping bread into. Even if you didn’t have Nonna showing you her secrets, this recipe is our new go-to. Usually, developing deep and complex flavors in a tomato sauce requires hours of simmering but Emily solves… Read More »

Low Fat Ranch Dressing

Low Fat Ranch Dressing

Let’s face it: vegetables love Ranch dressing. It’s creamy, herby, and delicious. But the chemicals and fat in commercial, bottled dressings mean that they are nowhere near healthy. Low-fat or “Lite” versions of popular brands often have more additives to compensate for flavor and leave a strange aftertaste. Luckily, Theresa at The Craving Chronicles has… Read More »

Bay Scallop Spring Rolls

Bay Scallop Spring Rolls

While we love to indulge in the deep fried spring rolls that are served hot and crispy at restaurants, these fresh spring rolls are a healthier treat packed with every bit as much flavor. As we spring into spring (pun intended), making spring rolls at home is a surprisingly easy way to add some fresh… Read More »

Vietnamese Crab and Asparagus Soup

Vietnamese Crab and Asparagus Soup

Spring is finally arriving and winter is on its way out, but that doesn’t mean we have to give up on substantial soups as a delicious meal option. Departing from the traditional sweet, sour, salty and spicy flavor spectrum Vietnamese dishes are known for, Cate takes a fresh approach using the Chinese-style egg-drop technique, swirling… Read More »

Grilled Chicken Caesar Salad

Grilled Chicken Caesar Salad

Caesar salad just might be on of the most iconic salads of all time. Available on nearly every restaurant menu and made with crispy romaine lettuce and a tangy, creamy dressing, there’s no reason that we should leave this one to only be ordered when eating out! In fact, by being selective about each of… Read More »

Mushroom Bolognese with Gremolata

Mushroom Bolognese with Gremolata

Fooled you! What better way to celebrate April Fool’s Day than with a hearty plate of meatless Bolognese. Bolognese is a classic Italian meat sauce typically made with red wine, garlic and, yes, beef brisket or ground chuck. Instead, Colleen replaces the beef with dried porcini and fresh cremini mushrooms, making the dish meatless without… Read More »

Indian Egg Curry

Indian Egg Curry

Why not add a little spice to your Easter dinner this year by combining two of our favorite things, eggs and curry, in this Indian Egg Curry! While this might sound unusual to even the savviest Indian food lover, egg curry is actually a very common dish in many parts of India. Since meat like… Read More »

Quinoa Kale Patties

Quinoa Kale Patties

If you’ve ever wondered how to transform leftover quinoa into something more than an addition to salads, these patties are the answer! Two superfoods join in harmony by simply combining quinoa with shredded kale, parmesan cheese, and a few eggs and breadcrumbs to hold it all together. When pan-fried, the little dots of quinoa on… Read More »