Come celebrate freedom with these amazing vegetarian and vegan recipes. Perfect for the 4th of July, you have everything from blueberry BBQ sauce to frosty Mexican bulldogs. Enjoy!
This vegetarian recipe uses curry to take traditional mashed potatoes to a new level. With yogurt, garlic and source cream, these taters are bound to be a favorite.
This vegan ice cream is perfect. It only uses 3 ingredients and takes but 5 minutes to make (boom!). That means more explosions and less cooking. Not a bad deal for homemade ice cream, right?
This is the Cosmo they should have been drinking in Sex in the City. Pomegranate and fresh sage are the perfect fall cocktail.
Mashed potatoes are the epitome of comfort food. Seriously. Any time I see pillowy potatoes with a pat of melting butter, I just want to motorboat them!
If you’re looking for a fresh and tangy juice recipe, that’s as healthy as it is tasty, look no further. This Rhubarb, Ginger, and Beet juice is just that. I always have this on hand during rhubarb season.
Fourth of July is almost here which means it’s time to fire up the barbie. So I wanted to create a recipe that was in the true spirit of Independence Day, hence the name. Get it? Red Wine & Blueberry, as in red, white and blue.
I am always looking for fun and exciting ways to add heat to a meal. I put it in my sangrias, popsicles and pretty much everywhere. Well, sometimes I just want to go straight to the source.
If you want a non-traditional spin on pico de gallo, now you have one. It seems weird to call this a fruit salsa because, well, tomato is also a fruit. And nobody ever refers to it that way.
These tips will make your kale last for up to a week and very very tasty. For example, kale is very sensitive to ethylene, formed naturally from certain other produce, so store it away from those items.
What better way to celebrate the 4th of July then with this super-cheesy, extra gooey, grilled cheese sandwich. I mean, it’s all in the name of freedom. So it is okay, right? America…f*ck yeah!
Margaritas have never looked more interesting. This Mexican Bulldog Margarita has a Corona beer turned up in it and is hand-crafted for extra lime flavor. It’s like being in Texas!
I am quite in love with shrubs. And this Cranberry & Sage Shrub will be served at Thanksgiving! And Christmas…possibly July.
My affinity for Brussels sprouts is no secret. I mean, have you seen my Balsamic-Roasted Brussels Sprouts? You will love these Amazing Brussels Sprout Latkes just as much!
I don’t know about you but, for me, Thanksgiving is all about the side dishes! Here are a few of my gourmet favorites to make every year.
Toasted Israeli couscous with roasted brussels and crisp tangerine make this salad the perfect representation of winter meets spring. This recipe is both hearty and fresh, great for a picnic.
It’s National Grilled Cheese Month but you know I ain’t happy unless I’ve stuck an avocado in something so here we go!
It’s spring! Celebrate with this simple Strawberry & Jasmine cocktail made with rosé wine, and finished with an edible flower. It’s as tasty as it is pretty!
Potatoes roasted with garlic and rosemary are one of those staples that I will never get tired of. So easy to make and so tasty!
This is the month of the cranberry. This gooey white cheddar and cranberry dip is just one more recipe to add to the mix. Make a lot, this stuff will go fast.
There’s isn’t much I do not like with an avocado but wow, egg might be one of my favorites. That is no surprise, you’ve all seen me fry an egg inside an avocado a la “egg in the hole.” Well here is one more way to love avocados and eggs, right?
This twist on traditional onion rings works both for a Super Bowl party or dessert. Try these fried apple rings with some caramel sauce and powdered sugar.
Nothing quite like a messy burger, is there? What I enjoy most about veggie burgers is the endless possibility of combinations, like this spicy butternut squash & black bean burger recipe. Loaded with quinoa, fresh squash and a whole lot of flavor.
They are sorta the perfect deviled egg for Easter! Spiked with vodka and colored with fresh red beets, this recipe makes candy-filled Easter more adult oriented.
French onion soup is a tough soup to alter. Making it vegetarian is hard, and making it vegan is even tougher. The traditional soup uses lots of butter and beef stock, creating a depth that is hard to recreate for those diets. Luckily, the world has coffee! Using one of my favorite brands (Philz Coffee, […]
This homemade cranberry sauce is swirling with ginger and orange zest. No need for that jiggly stuff from a can ever again.
If you love Thai Iced Tea, these homemade Thai Iced Tea Popsicles are the perfect summer treat. They’re easy to make and super delicious. And what better way to enjoy Thai Iced Tea all year long!