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Cheesy Vegan Parsnip Fries with Smoky Tahini Sauce - the secret to making these fries "cheesy" and healthy is using nutritional yeast!

Cheesy Parsnip Fries with Smoky Tahini Sauce

Cheesy Vegan Parsnip Fries with Smoky Tahini Sauce - the secret to making these fries "cheesy" and healthy is using nutritional yeast!

It seems like everyone and their mothers are making fries and chips out of non-traditional veggies these days. Kale chips and carrot fries are now mainstream. For good reason — you can replicate the texture and flavors of these favorite greasy snacks while reducing calories, increasing nutrients, and mixing in some vegetables you may not… Read More »

Mexican Buñuelos with Spiced Brown Sugar Syrup

These Mexican Buñuelos are a traditional holiday dish! They're sweet and crispy tortilla-like fritters drizzled with a spiced brown sugar syrup.

Buñuelos signify celebration and revelry. Whether wrapped in paper at a carnival or concluding a holiday feast, variations of this fried dough dessert appear across many different cultures during the Christmas, Ramadan, and Hanukkah seasons. At first glance, the familiar old-school, round Spanish buñuelo resembles a cream puff or donut hole. But the traditional Mexican… Read More »

Vegan BLT Salad with Heirloom Tomatoes and Coconut Bacon

Vegan BLT Salad with Kale, Heirloom Tomatoes, and Coconut "Bacon" - a healthier take on the BLT, turned into a delicious vegan salad

Before summer comes to an end and fresh produce is again hard to find, we needed to try out this vegan BLT salad, a fresh take on the otherwise not-so-good-for-you sandwich we love at diners. Kale takes the place of lettuce and is massaged into tender, dark-green leaves, offering more texture and flavor than wimpy strips of iceberg ever… Read More »

Plum Clafouti

Plum Clafouti

With Summer coming to an end, and fall quickly approaching, it’s time to use up the leftover stone fruit you may have in your pantry. This recipe takes on the classic French clafouti, a dessert traditionally composed of stone fruit and custard. This version uses softened, ripe plums, first sauteed in sugar and butter before… Read More »

Grilled Veggie and Whipped Ricotta Naan Pizza

Grilled Veggie and Whipped Ricotta Naan Pizza Recipe

On the first Monday of every September, we reward our hard work by enjoying a relaxing long weekend while simultaneously celebrating the tail-end of summer. The best way to celebrate is with one last big cookout hurrah. Whether you’re planning a veggie-centric Labor Day bash or just looking to try something different, Molly’s naan pizza… Read More »

16 Homemade Condiments that Beat Store Bought

How to Make 16 Different Homemade Condiments That Are Better Than Store Bought

If you’ve ever made a meal entirely from scratch, you know that the remarkably improved taste is often worth the few extra steps. Condiments are no exception, and yet, for some reason, we often forget that they too can be broken down to their simplest ingredients and made at home. The benefits of making your… Read More »

Wait, Boston Cream Pie Isn’t Really Pie?

All About Boston Cream Pie + How to Make It!

Boston Cream Pie is wicked yummy, but here’s the thing: it isn’t actually a pie at all. It’s comprised of two layers of dreamy sponge cake flavored with a splash of rum (a tribute to the harbor’s shipping history), filled with smooth sweet custard or vanilla pastry cream, then completely glazed in chocolate ganache. Boston Cream Pie was invented in the kitchens of the Parker House Hotel back in October of 1856 by Chef Sanzian, America’s first celebrity French chef.

Quesada Pasiega (Spanish Catabrian Cheesecake)

Quesada Pasiega (Spanish Catabrian Cheesecake)

Cheesecake is usually reserved for special occasions. But Quesada, a custardy Spanish cheesecake alternative, doesn’t require a celebration when you’re craving something creamy and sweet. Quesada Pasiega is a Cantabrian cheesecake, originally from home kitchens in Spain. “Pasiega” refers to anything from the rural valleys between three rivers in Northern Spain, a region known for its cattle,… Read More »

Peach and Sweet Corn Muffins

Peach and Fresh Corn Muffins Recipe

Corn muffins are an old time confection that have been feeding people for centuries. Served on the sweet side, this oldie is a goody that keeps getting better. With batter made of rich cornmeal and whole kernels of fresh summer corn, this muffin has a fuller texture than an ordinary cornmeal muffin. For an additional… Read More »

Vegetarian Greek Stuffed Peppers

Greek Stuffed Peppers

Waffle cones, taco bowls, bacon cups…When you can eat the dish that a meal is served in, it just make things a little more fun. In this case, red bell peppers are destemmed, deseeded, and sliced horizontally to create an incredible, edible base for this easy and healthy millet salad. Ashley at Edible Perspective favors… Read More »

White Gazpacho with Grapes and Almonds

White Gazpacho Recipe

Someone turned up the heat and we’re steering clear of the stove, oven, and anything else that will keep us from keeping our cool. Luckily, there is a whole delicious realm of refreshments out there destined for battling high temps, and one of the big players is gazpacho. You may now be picturing the zesty… Read More »

Green Tea Coconut Popsicles

Green Tea Coconut Popsicles - Vegan and Dairy Free

Let’s face it, no one wants to turn on the oven in summer heat, but occasions (such as dinner!) still call for desserts. We love cold desserts just as much as baked goods, and popsicles are the low-tech answer to  DIY frozen treats. (Don’t worry, ice cream, we still love you too.) Leave crystallized neon… Read More »

Almond and Fig Cake

Almond and Fig Cake

Fresh figs are very unlike their dried counterparts or the filling of the Newton cookies of childhood. They are plump, luscious fruits with a unique texture combination from the smooth skin, chewy interior, and crunchy little seeds. The most common fig types, Black Mission and Brown Turkey, are available primarily from the end of June… Read More »

Arroz Con Leche

Arroz Con Leche Recipe - creamy Mexican rice pudding with cinnamon and raisins

The simplicity of Arroz Con Leche is what makes it so irresistible. It’s the kind of dessert that can be made after a hard (possibly rainy) day, when what already exists in the pantry and refrigerator is as far as you’re going to go for ingredients. Cooking it is as short and sweet as can… Read More »