Food news is everywhere. Headlines bombard us with stories about what we should be eating, and what we should avoid. I’m a big proponent of not demonizing food for society’s health ailments. Food isn’t the problem, it’s how consumers treat it. If you eat foods high in sugar, fat and calories, then you’re likely to feel … More Meatless Monday: Stuffed Peppers.
This is what you get when you do multiple, short, haphazard grocery shops without a list. At the end of the week, when you do clean out the fridge suppers, it’s all over the place. Results below. Lentil and Veggie Pita, serves 2 Ingredients 6 oz artichoke hearts, roughly chopped large handful bean spouts large … More Lentil and veggie pita.
I recently bought a whole bunch of fresh dill and parsley for my No-ayo Potato Salad I took to a family potluck. Now I’m just cramming it in all sorts of things, including eggs and pasta, both of which will be showing up soon. Dill has found a special place in my heart and now … More Herbed quinoa stuffed bell peppers.
In an effort to be a little more healthful, I’ve been seeking out new recipes to try. As it happens most of them are turning out to be vegetarian. I’ve been thinking about going back to the veg lifestyle, even if it’s just on weekdays or weekends. I’ve also wanted to break out the slow … More Festival of veggies.
I do love having Mondays off work, if only to avoid someone telling my grumpy ass self, “Looks like someone has got a case of the Mondays.” I’m going to spit in your face. And it is going to be a big loogey. That’s a great description to have in a food blog, isn’t it? … More Cupboard clearing veg & herb stew
Months ago I bought bags of dried beans in an attempt to cut down on the amount of packaging I was using. Plus, they were cheaper, had less added sodium and weren’t swimming in mystery syrup. Still, that meant I had these bags of beans just sitting there taking up cupboard space. I bought a … More Why is it foaming?