No Grocery Shopping For 30 Days

With the start of the year I wanted to challenge myself to be a little more resourceful Starting right before the new year I had an idea of something I wanted to try. I had spent the past few months building up a little food stockpile, and not entirely on purpose. It wasn’t until myContinue reading “No Grocery Shopping For 30 Days”

What I Eat In a Day As a Vegan

I tend to stick to my go-to meals, but I wanted to share with y’all a sample of what I eat in a day. I’m usually a pretty early riser. I usually wake up around 7 am and eat breakfast an hour later after I’ve checked my blog and social medias and changed my clothes.Continue reading “What I Eat In a Day As a Vegan”

Creamy Curry Carrot and Butternut Soup

This recipe combines a warm wintery soup and the flavors of curry to create a delicious homecooked meal I’ve been sitting on the butternut squash I harvested from my garden all winter. I wasn’t quite sure what to turn them into! I knew I was neglecting their potential so today I decided to use oneContinue reading “Creamy Curry Carrot and Butternut Soup”

Creamy Beet and Carrot Soup

This soup is the perfect soup to warm you up in the middle of winter! I am halfway through a 30 day challenge I took on to only eat foods I had stockpiled over the last few months. I’ve been trying to make as many nice homemade meals as I can and not just easyContinue reading “Creamy Beet and Carrot Soup”

Spicy Veggie Casserole

This casserole is a great pick-me-up when the weather is cold. Casseroles make incredibly easy dinners. They don’t take long to prepare and can be left hands-off while they cook. One of my favorite ways to make a casserole is to look at one of my favorite recipe books for inspiration and then adjust aContinue reading “Spicy Veggie Casserole”

Unboxing My Produce Mystery Box

Even on the cusp of winter you can support local produce growers. I live in a relatively small town in a very small state. However, we have quite a bit of produce grown in the state of Delaware. I’ve worked at a farmers market in the summer and I’m always impressed by what local growersContinue reading “Unboxing My Produce Mystery Box”

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”

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