This is a delicious lentil salad that’s wonderful when served as a side as well as nutritiously satisfying when served as a main. This recipe makes a huge batch because we’d suggest you consider making it ahead of time as a side dish to pair with your meat or seafood throughout the week.
Are leeks one of the vegetables you skip over in the supermarket? I don’t blame you. They’re a little different, and you’re probably wondering what to do with them aside from slicing and tossing them in a soup. This vegetarian leek recipe is a great way to play up and enjoy the flavor of thisCustom read more text
I don’t know where you live, but I hope you are enjoying the summer. This is our first summer here in Austin, TX. Man oh man, Texas heat is no joke. I am gonna need some time to get used to it. However, I do love the opportunity to swim in all these natural springCustom read more text
Do you cook grains often? Whether it is white rice, brown rice, quinoa, millet, chickpea, lentil, or barley, we cook them in a cooking liquid like water or stock, right? Usually, they take at least 15 minutes to cook through depending on the volume. Almost any types of grains require to be cooked in aCustom read more text
Whenever strawberries are in season, I find that it’s hard to ignore them in the grocery store. How about you? I always end up stacking a few pounds of strawberries in my grocery bag and seeking every possible way to put these fresh adorably beautiful-looking babes in good uses.
Some experts say that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. I respectfully disagree. I think all meals are equally important. In reality, however, most of us don’t spend an equal amount of time to prepare breakfast as to cook dinner. You don’t need me to remind you how little time you haveCustom read more text
Hola!! Welcome to May! A glimpse of my calendar tells me that we’ve got Cinco de Mayo, Mother’s Day, and Memorial Day in this month, plus multiple National food days like National Chocolate Macaroon Day, National Cheese Day, etc. I like the sound of these holidays already. May is going to be fantastic!
Have you ever had a meal where you distinctively remember the side dish but not the main? Side dish stealing the thunder of the main dish doesn’t happen very often, but when it does, you don’t forget. This Kale Quinoa Salad with Oregano Lemon Vinaigrette is one of these side dishes.
Creamy oven-roasted cauliflower that’s delicious by itself, but even more intriguing with a savory soy-ginger sauce. Vegan and gluten-free friendly.
If you haven’t tried hummus before, you owe it to yourself to try this Middle Eastern food that has made its way onto tables around the world. It’s a smooth and creamy spread that is healthful and versatile, and so easy to make at home.