Kale Chips

Here’s an easy snack to whip up this summer. I often get asked how to make kale chips because I think people attempt to make them and they burn or turn soggy. The key to crispy chips is a low temperature oven, and lightly coat the kale with oil. I suggest using a spray olive…

Ginger Sesame Carrots and Parsnips

Here’s a beautiful side dish for your spring holiday table. It’s vegan, Kosher and oh so good. Spring gives us tender and sweet baby carrots in a variety of colors. Pair them with parsnips and give them a fresh boost with ginger and sesame. I’m roasting them, along with other items for a festive dinner….

Thai Noodle Salad

I had an Asian Noodle Salad at the tail end of summer and it was delicious. I’ve been thinking of reproducing something similar since then.  I would have liked more spice. So being inspired by the flavors in the version I ate, I searching my pantry and spices.  I kept coming back to wanting a…

Veggie Tacos

This recipe has been in my arsenal for at least 8 years. I started making it after my daughter was born, and have passed it along to many friends and clients. You can add a little sour cream or a little cheese of your choice, but it’s a vegan recipe that is perfect as written….

Red Lentil Pasta

I have been experimenting this fall and winter with alternative protein pastas. I love chickpea pasta. Banza is my go to brand. It’s in a bright orange box if you are looking to try it. The penne and elbow shapes work best with sauces and pestos. I wanted to try red lentil pasta next. Fortunately…

Roasted Corn and Green Chili Chowder

I recently saw a recipe for a corn and green chili soup. It was intended to be vegan and finished with a cashew cream. The more recipes I looked at I got several ideas to make this soup appealing to many. First I wanted to use Roasted Corn. Here’s the main recipe and a few…