Five Spice Quinoa with Edamame

Five Spice Quinoa with Edamame This flavorful grain salad is rich in pan-Asian flavors and healthy vegetable protein. Serve as a side or add additional protein to make it a main. 2 cups vegetable broth1 ½ [...]

Five Spice Quinoa with Edamame2022-10-24T13:52:54-04:00

Chickpea Spinach Stew

Chickpea Spinach Stew This savory stew hits all the right notes, warm, slightly spicy, filling, and vegan.  4 tablespoons F. Oliver’s Heady Garlic EVOO ( divided)1 medium onion chopped2 teaspoon ground cumin2 teaspoon ground coriander5 cups [...]

Chickpea Spinach Stew2019-08-02T17:05:31-04:00

Spiced Pickled Green Beans

  Spiced Pickled Green Beans These easy to make, spicy pickles are great as a garnish, in salads, and on sandwiches.  1 cup F. Oliver’s Sunny Pineapple Balsamic1 cup white wine vinegar¼ cup F. Oliver’s Tunisian Harissa [...]

Spiced Pickled Green Beans2022-10-24T14:22:41-04:00

Roasted Brussels Sprouts and Sweet Potato Medley

Roasted Brussels Sprouts and Sweet Potato Medley A great winter side dish or a tasty addition to a salad or grain bowl.  1 ½ pounds fresh Brussels sprouts3 medium or 4 small sweet potatoes¼ cup F. [...]

Roasted Brussels Sprouts and Sweet Potato Medley2022-10-24T14:26:22-04:00

Apple Walnut Couscous Salad

Apple Walnut Cous Cous Salad This refreshing grain salad is easy to make and store - perfect for picnics and potlucks! 2 cups uncooked Israeli pearl couscous1 granny smith apple, diced½ red onion, diced¼ cup flat [...]

Apple Walnut Couscous Salad2022-10-24T14:29:51-04:00

Roasted Vegetables

by Penelope Pankow I love roasted vegetables because: They are incredibly easy to prepare You can memorize the recipe, making it easy for shopping You can make all the same or mix all kinds of different vegetables, [...]

Roasted Vegetables2019-08-02T13:42:26-04:00

Soups on!

  Soup's On! During flu season (or anytime really) it's good to be reminded of simple ways to stay healthy. Proper hand washing, cough covering, and healthy eating are a sure way to avoid getting the flu. [...]

Soups on!2022-10-24T14:44:33-04:00
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