Posts Tagged ‘ENgine 2 friendly recipe’

1/6 Baked Potato Soup

Happy Meatless Monday. Like many of you across the country, Michigan has been plunged into a  blistering cold,  crunchy, barren world of white. It feels more  like Antarctica than my home.  The first night of the storm the snow tumbled from the sky, heavy and wet…perfect for packing. My best friend Amy and I suited [...]

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Pumpkin Chia Muffins w/Pumpkin Maple Butter

Happy Meatless Monday. Autumn has finally bullied my perfect Michigan Summer into submission. Summer ran away without looking back. The leaves have changed and are covering our yards like orange and yellow blankets, thick and heavy from rain and wind. It is time to turn on the oven. It is time for warm breakfasts and [...]

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6/26 Melon All Fruit Pops

In the Summer I love making popsicles. I enjoy the indulgence of frozen treats and the sensibility of making it myself with delicious and readily available ingredients. Right now all of the fruit available tastes like it is the best it has ever been. The berries have been addicting and  the melon,  luscious and sweet. [...]

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6/10 Tropical Jicama Slaw

Happy Meatless Monday. Over the weekend we had two graduation parties and a Spring open house at a farm sanctuary to attend. Fun times and festive foods all around. I have often thought  that soirees were the ideal place to introduce your nearest and dearest to a few of your favorite veg dishes. When people [...]

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5/31 Queen of the Farros

I have been curious about farro ever since we started selling  it where I work.  It looks a little bit like bird seed. Honestly, I wasn’t sure what kind of grain it actually was. It is in fact a type of wheat. It has been cultivated around the world for thousands of years. According to [...]

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5/22 Zesty Horseradish Hummus Sandwiches

The last time we were in Atlanta my Mother-in-Law whipped up a batch of Zesty Horseradish Humus. We ate it on everything in sight, including sandwiches.  I thought I would give it a go and this is what I came up with. I used prepared horseradish from a jar instead of making it from scratch, [...]

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4/19 Kale with Lentils & Pine Nuts

You know how some weeks are busier than others…this has been one of those busier weeks.  Last night I found myself standing in the kitchen at 8 o’clock , starving, unmoved and totally uninspired by anything edible. I wanted to eat the rest of the papaya in the fridge and call it a night, but [...]

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4/8 Stuffed Poblano Peppers

Happy Meatless Monday. Enjoying  Mexican food is one of my greatest pleasures.  I love the collision of fresh flavors like cilantro and lime with the heat and warmth of peppers and spice. Sultry flavors like cumin, cayenne and cinnamon come together to create this beautiful dish that  I think you are going to love. There [...]

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3/27 Back to Basics-Kale Chips

Kale chips have exploded in popularity and can now be found almost anywhere. They are the new potato chip, the snack food of farmers markets and foodies everywhere. Kale chips are  a bit expensive to purchase but  deliciously inexpensive to make.  I used to think that exceptional chips could only be produced in a kicked [...]

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3/25 Back to Basics-Creamy Cauliflower Bake

Happy Meatless Monday. I shared with you last week that I have been enjoying creating dishes with as few ingredients as possible. It is a departure from my usual kitchen sink approach to cooking. This recipe  is a simpler, nut free version of my creamy Cauliflower Bake. One of the ingredients that is key in [...]

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