Category Archives: Soups and Salads

Tahini Lime Dressing

There are 6 students in my current “Intro to Macro” series, and they are a lovely bunch. Six might seemView full post »

Basic Miso Soup. Ninja Food.

Besides being delicious, miso soup is, basically, food for ninjas. Super powered, stealthy, ninjas. Ninjas can’tView full post »

#Chewathon Day One!

It’s day one of this week’s chew-a-thon! What kind of things are you making and chewing? Hubs made deliciousView full post »

A Cookbook Giveaway + Black Bean Soup with Lime

It’s always about this time of year that I start to dream of travel. Especially tropical travel. Something aboutView full post »

Tempeh Salad with Red Radish and Scallion

“Let’s walk to the lake this morning!” Hubs exclaimed  the other weekend. We were full and content,View full post »

Tofu Feta {in a quick greek salad}

Yes. You see them correctly. If you look beyond the ridiculousness that is the tofu feta (more on that in a minute!) youView full post »

Fresh Fava Bean Salad & Creamy Fava Spread

At the corner of our street are two green-grocer stores. They used to be almost directly across from each other- one onView full post »

Birthday Quinoa Salad

I have a little sister. It seems funny to write it that way now that we’re both fully grown and mostly matureView full post »

Simple Chickpea Salad and a Caribbean Adventure

Hubs and I had an adventure. We loaded up our suitcases, packed our swimsuits and snorkel gear, hopped in the car andView full post »

Damn Good Salad

Along with some millet and chickpea croquettes, I made this salad for lunch today. And it is too good not to share withView full post »

Chunky Cauliflower Soup with Crispy Browned Leeks

I woke up in the middle of the night last night. 3:37 the clock read. Yuck. It’s not very often that I wake up andView full post »

Distracted by Mochi Croutons- Basic Noodles in Broth

It’s American Thanksgiving today. With all the blogs I’ve been perusing featuring amazingly rich andView full post »

Tropical Sunset Squash Soup

It has been a busy few weeks around here. A good busy, actually a really good busy- Warren’s visit, launching theView full post »