Vegetarian

  • Soft, buttery, easy to slice, citrus-y loaves for rye lovers. My roommate said, “This tastes like bread you get in a restaurant.” Happy fourth of July! Of course, on this super American holiday, I’m posting a recipe for Swedish rye bread. Oh wellsss. There are enough food bloggers building American…

  • Get some damn flavor into your cauliflower, then spoon this saucy goodness over rice bowls, noodles, and even into tacos. You get the idea. Plus, hands-off caramelized onions are an awesome bonus. Easy to make, no frills, with just the right amount of heat. This isn’t a new recipe, but I wanted to revamp my…

  • Halfway through baking these, moments after I opened the oven door to flip the little falafel balls belly up, letting out a hot garlicky waft, there was a knock on my door. Locked out roommate? I thought. But it was a stranger, standing quite a few steps back from the doorway, probably so…

  • These melt-in-your-mouth chocolate & peanut butter energy bars taste light and crispy, but don’t be fooled, they will power you through an intense workout without giving you a sugar rush or feeling heavy in your stomach. Nuts, dates, brown rice krispies, and toasted coconut chips are held together by bittersweet chocolate melted into peanut butter.…

  • Super Nummy is back! After some technical snafoos last week, here we are again with a smoky chipotle chili full of fresh veggies. No cans, all fresh, and just in time for the apocalyptic awesome blizzard tonight. Sweet and spicy butternut squash melding together with creamy slow-cooked beans into a rich and super healthy wintertime chili… Vegetarian, gluten-free, and…

  • An extremely moist, subtly sweet, and miraculously low fat cornbread with loads of flavor and a tender crumb. The secret is stone-ground cornmeal soaked overnight in buttermilk. This cornbread is so flavorful I like it best plain. It stays moist for days, although it won’t last that long. I made 1 loaf…

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