Tamaris

22 Feb 19
lightandwhistle

Across Italy and particularly in the northern regions, stews and braised meats are served over polenta during the colder months. Before I ate a vegan diet, I would do the same, making a rich polenta with butter, cheese and then more butter. In this recipe I have left out vegan cheese, though that would work […]

22 Feb 19
Holiday Recipes

This clean eating cauliflower fried rice recipe is a wonderful way to ring in the Chinese New Year! Today is the beginning of the Chinese New Year! The year of the Pig, to be exact. A year that should bring wealth and prosperity. (Yes, please!) So I thought I’d offer up a little recipe that […]

22 Feb 19
Manna from Heaven

This is a recipe that I make for my kids as a snack or a side dish. If you stuff your rolls with more, than they will be larger and can be used for a meal. I have eaten these for breakfast before instead of lox on an everything bagel, and they were delicious. I’ve […]

22 Feb 19
travelandhealthwithfoxcentral

GENERAL TSO’S CHICKEN Since our retirement, my husband seems to spend a lot more time in the kitchen. Now do not take this wrong he is an excellent cook and comes up with some good ideas. He loves his pressure cooker, one morning he is surfing the web for new ideas for dinner. He also […]

21 Feb 19
Christine Greenwood

This week I have been writing about ways in which I am connecting deeper with my friends. One simple way in which I have found to be the most incredibly rich times of connection have been where we have had dinner at our house. Note. Dinner. Not Dinner Parties. Warm, Casual, Simple and Fun. I […]

21 Feb 19
Kitchen Cartographer

Here are a few tips before you move onto the recipe: Make sure the pan is hot before you add anything and don’t be afraid to use high heat! Canola or peanut oil is best because of the higher flash point. PREP, PREP, PREP! Having all your veg, meat and sauce prepped and ready to […]

21 Feb 19
A Meal In Mind

These roasted sweet potato fries with Sriracha-lime mayo are an easy, flavorful, versatile side dish. It’s also great for potlucks! The spiciness of the Sriracha and the hint of lime complement the sweetness of the potatoes.  At potlucks, people are happy that I’ve brought something “healthy”. Sometimes that can be a term to dread — […]

21 Feb 19
Simply Belle

It was a lazy day today. Had wanted to make some muffins but end up making something else. I should say that I still do miss my bread. So when I was going through my groups on Facebook, I came across this post about bread. It look good in the pictures. She also posted the […]

21 Feb 19
Balanced Health Blog

February is American Heart Health Month and a time of year to raise awareness about heart disease and prevention. Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the United States, yet highly preventable. The ideal diet for heart health is one that is low in animal products, low in sugar and processed foods, and […]

20 Feb 19
Endometriosis survivor

H For vegans, health-conscious folks, and snack-addicts – finding the 3 P’s (packaged, pre-made, plant-based) for eating on the go may seem like a challenge. Fortunately, there’s an abundance of specifically vegan and accidentally vegan snacks already in existence, with more always hitting the market. Skip the tiresome label-reading and pick up one (okay, heaps) […]

20 Feb 19
Seasonal Recipes

It’s sushi day! You might be wondering – why the heck would you roll sushi at home when it’s so much easier to order it at a restaurant? Because it’s fun, it’s affordable, and it’s way more fresh than take-out sushi… but the best part is that you can get creative about what you choose […]

20 Feb 19
Holistic Allie

I kind of have a love affair with Italian food. It’s a lot like my love affair with Greek, Indian, Thai, Ethiopian, and Mexican food. (What can I say? I guess I just have a thing for food.) But sometimes, nothing can compete with a gigantic bowl of spaghetti topped with steaming homemade marinara, tempeh […]

20 Feb 19
WGN-TV

[ooyala player_id=”5d88305d0c6c47eabc12e43063a41c69″ auto=”true” width=”1920″ height=”1080″ pcode=”trOTQyOtBWYGl88XLal1pDam4Q-4″ code=”1ueW9haDE6UIgPBO5XTSbtVIGugy1SLG”] Chef Mari Katsumura Kaisho & Yugen 652 W. Randolph St. Chicago, IL 60661 312.265.1008 http://yugenchicago.com/ Recipe: Chicken Karaage   1.5 Tbsp Fresno chili pepper 2 Tbsp  Shallot 1 cup    Ginger 2 cups   Yellow onion 2 cups   Garlic ½ Cup Tamari soy 2 tsp      Mirin 1 tsp  […]

20 Feb 19

These easy flavorful Vegan Sloppy Joes are a healthy version of a childhood classic. Made with pantry staples and ready in under 30 minutes! One thing I love about being a vegan food blogger is making veganized versions of classic recipes. There’s a reason classic recipes are popular. They have just the right flavors and […]

20 Feb 19
Love and a bottle of milk

One of the highlights of eating fully plant-based is the increase and stability of my energy levels. When I eat only real food,mostly plants I have energy to match my three spirited littles. But when I don’t…well then the days feel like a real uphill endurance race to me. I’m so happy I started with […]

20 Feb 19
A Taste of Wellbeing

Sweet and spicy turkey meatballs are a take on a Chinese recipe of sweet and sour pork. Skipping the sour for spicy gives these turkey meatballs a serious kick to your palate and adds an even more delicious take to this recipe. Of course if you are not a spicy flavor fan, skip the hot […]

20 Feb 19
A Gluten Free Life by Jeeva

A one pot meal loaded with vegetables which can be made with rice or millets.