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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 »

Spicy Salmon Burgers

When you’re searching for something that is both healthy and substantial enough to satisfy your burger cravings, look no further than this recipe for spicy salmon burgers from Simone’s Kitchen. Fish makes for a great sandwich, and in this case, ground salmon replaces the typical ground beef and provides a boost in vitamins and heart… Read More »

Agave-Lime Grilled Chicken Breasts with Fresh Cherry Salsa

Agave-Lime Grilled Chicken Breast with Fresh Cherry Salsa

With the weather warming up and Summer on the way, it’s time to pull out the grill for another season of barbeques and backyard parties. This year, try something exotic with this healthy and flavorful agave-lime, cherry salsa chicken. In this recipe, Marissa marinates her chicken in a margarita-inspired zesty lime and sweet agave base…. Read More »


Brussels Sprout and Tempeh Stir Fry

Brussels Sprout and Tempeh Stir Fry Recipe

Go meatless one night this week and sub in soybean-based tempeh for a protein source that may surprise you. Although tofu (which is also made from soybeans) is an excellent meat alternative, tempeh provides a bit more substance for a heartier dinner. The fermented bean cake is dense and chewy, with a slight nutty flavor,… Read More »

Asian Style Barramundi in Foil Packets

Asian Style Barramundi in Foil Packets

This isn’t the first time that we’ve lauded the benefits of cooking fish in packets. First, each person can personalize their own serving, it’s a one pot (well, packet) meal with both fish, veggies, and sauce in one, and the enclosed space of the packet keeps the fish meltingly moist. If you don’t have parchment… Read More »

Classic Spaghetti and Meatballs

Do you remember that scene in Lady and the Tramp? 1 noodle, 2 lovers, and a massive plate of spaghetti and meatballs. Well, this is what we’ve always imagined they were eating. Light enough yet meaty meatballs slow-simmered in a homemade marinara sauce, spooned on top of a plate of spaghetti. No turkey. No chicken…. Read More »


Chinese Congee (Rice Porridge)

Chinese Congee Recipe - a classic, comforting rice porridge with all of the traditional accompaniments

Congee (also known as jook) is the ultimate Chinese comfort food, an everyday rice porridge often eating at breakfast but also served to people when they are ill. Warm, comforting, and filling, the core of congee comes from humble origins as it was intended to make a little bit go a long way. Just 1… Read More »


Thai Chicken Satay with Peanut Dipping Sauce

Thai Chicken Satay with Peanut Dipping Sauce

When we’re exploring international cuisines at home, one of our first stops for inspiration are the takeout menus of our favorite ethnic restaurants. One of our favorite Thai appetizers is chicken satay, the Thai answer to grilled-meat-on-a-stick. In this recipe, Caroline creates an intensely flavored marinade of ginger, garlic, chili paste, spices, lemongrass, and lime… Read More »


Lentil and Mushroom Meatballs

Lentil and Mushroom Meatballs

This isn’t any of that fake-meat nonsense. This is simply a creative use of the heartiest and most nutritious ingredients that the vegetarian world has to offer put together to create a perfect “meat”-ball with the texture and satisfaction of the real thing. Instead of using ground meat, Kate cleverly creates a meaty, hearty mixture… Read More »


Lumpia – Filipino Spring Rolls

Lumpia - Filipino Spring Rolls

Every country in Asia has their version of the spring roll and in the Phillipines, these finger food friendly fried snacks are known as lumpia. Unlike the gargantuan Chinese-American egg rolls you get for takeout, lumpia are traditionally smaller and thinner because they have more meat than veggies. In this traditional version, Laura fills hers… Read More »