Simple Veggie and Rice Soup

As it gets colder in the evenings I want more and more to just enjoy a nice, warm, dinner. This soup is just right for that. It’s warm and comforting and perfect for those cool fall evenings. This soup is very easy to prepare and can be made in under forty-five minutes. I cooked myContinue reading “Simple Veggie and Rice Soup”

Chili Chickpea and Lentil Burgers

Burgers are a timeless American classic. I’d venture to say most people enjoy at least the occasional burger. However, once I became vegan I could no longer eat the traditional beef, chicken, or turkey burgers. Thankfully my mom owns a cookbook filled with vegan and vegetarian recipes. It’s a cookbook she’s owned most of myContinue reading “Chili Chickpea and Lentil Burgers”

5 Uses For Fresh Sage

Sage is a lovely woody herb that is very versatile. My sophomore year of high school I worked in my school’s greenhouse as part of one of my agriculture classes. I got to plant flowers for my school’s annual plant sale, water the things growing in the greenhouse, and start a herb garden. It wasContinue reading “5 Uses For Fresh Sage”

Thai Basil Pinwheels

Hyssop is a fragrant herb that is native to the Middle East. It has a minty flavor and is used fresh and dried. When I used it dried I have to cook it like I did with the glaze in this recipe in a liquid beforehand, because when hyssop dries it becomes very hard. IContinue reading “Thai Basil Pinwheels”

Rosemary & Thyme Bread

Bread making is something I’ve been around for several years now. My mom bakes homemade sourdough all the time not only for our family, but for the members of her CSA too. However, I’ve never been much of a fan of sourdough so I’ve spent the past few months learning and experimenting with making myContinue reading “Rosemary & Thyme Bread”

Cinnamon Squash Bread

It is now less than two weeks away from fall. While, I wouldn’t call it pumpkin pie season yet, it is beginning to become that time of year where cinnamon and nutmeg begin to creep back into our daily lives. Personally, I’m not at all opposed to this change! This month’s recipes are all breadContinue reading “Cinnamon Squash Bread”

Sesame Sweet Rolls

I am a huge sucker for bread! I love all types of rolls, loaves, and baguettes. However, one of my favorites is sweet rolls. I love trying out different flavor combinations to put different spins on a classic sweet roll. Today I use green onion, sesame, and coriander to give an Asian infusion to myContinue reading “Sesame Sweet Rolls”

Turmeric Squash Soup

This soup is wonderful enjoyed hot or cold. Soups are a super easy summer dish to make. This recipe combines winter squash that matured in my garden this month and spices like turmeric and pepper. This week I was looking to create an easy slow cooker recipe. I was super busy and did not haveContinue reading “Turmeric Squash Soup”

Southern Summer Slow Cooker Vegetable Rice

Delicious summer vegetables make this slow cooker rice a hit! We’re now halfway into our month of slow cooker meals. I have really enjoyed coming up with and trying these amazing recipes. I truly hope y’all have been enjoying them just as much as I have. This week’s recipe is a downright delicious rice recipe.Continue reading “Southern Summer Slow Cooker Vegetable Rice”

Slow Cooker Chickpea Curry

Curry is a hearty dish that originated in India, but has now spread far from Southeast Asia! Curry is now enjoyed all across the US. There are many variants to curry. I personally love curries that combine chickpeas and tomatoes. However, the star of any curry is it’s seasonings. Whether you use a blend ofContinue reading “Slow Cooker Chickpea Curry”