Creole dishes have the "holy trinity" of peppers, onions, and celery. This creole dish is delightful as a side dish or main dish when served with a high-protein salad.
I use these buns for veggie burgers and especially for making Lentil Sloppy Joes. They are the perfect texture for vegetarian sandwich making as well!
This vegetarian version of Sloppy Joes has all the spice and flavor of the original. I like to serve it on homemade Buttermilk Burger Buns. (Recipe for the buns is coming soon!)
This is a chunky jam that is so much more flavorful than anything you can buy in the store. It will keep in the refrigerator for up to 3 weeks. Use it on yogurt, in sandwiches, and on your morning toast.
I like to serve this dish with my Do-Ahead Cheese Enchiladas for an easy vegetarian dinner to serve for company. Delicious!
For a relaxed company meal, you can't beat this do-ahead dish. I serve it with Do-Ahead Mexican Rice (recipe posted soon!) and my Traditional Salsa Fresca.
Serve this salsa on top of burritos, enchilada, Mexican rice or as a dip with tortilla chips. I also posted a recipe for Salsa Fresca with Pico de Gallo here. Either one is a healthy snack!
If you have dry, fly-away hair and need to tame it, try this wonderful homemade hair wax. It lasts and lasts and it is actually good for your hair!
These biscuits are vegetarian, and dogs love them for their garlicky vegetable flavors. I make them for a my children's adorable Teacup Chihuahua, Eddie.
I have always loved Tempeh, an Indonesian fermented soybean product, but it is hard to find in my area. Now that I've tried this simple recipe, I find that it has a much fresher, more delicious flavor and is less expensive too!