Mediterranean Beans are a simple, yet tasty way to get beans on the table quickly. These beans get their flavor from a mixture of herbs and vegetables. When the Mediterranean beans are ready for serving, some good quality extra virgin olive oil is added to the pot to give it a definitive Mediterranean flair. Because Mediterranean beans are made with small white beans, they cook […]
Spanish rice can be made many different ways. This version is one that I received from a friend of mine who is actually a Salvadoran. Perhaps, I should have called this recipe Salvadoran Rice instead of Spanish Rice. She called it Spanish rice, so I feel like I should honor her choice of name for the recipe, right? There are two other versions of a […]
Vegetable kabobs are something that I’ve made before, but it wasn’t something I ever really considered as an entrée prior to beginning our 30 days of vegan. I’ve made veggie kabobs before, but usually as an accompaniment to a meat entree. As the month progressed, and we had some warmer days, I longed to make dinner on the grill. The only problem was that […]
Asian “Tuna” Salad doesn’t sound like a vegan recipe, but it is. The “fishless” tuna that I used for this recipe was Loma Linda Sesame Ginger Fishless Tuna. I purchased this product as part of my pre-vegan shopping trip. I wanted to make sure my pantry contained some simple ingredients that I could use to put together simple meals on nights when life is crazy. […]
When it’s warm outside, there’s nothing better in the evening, or for lunch, than an entrée salad. This recipe was inspired by a recent trip to Mountaineer Days in Wrightwood, California. After the event had shut down, Bus Boy and I decided to stop at the Grizzly Cafe for dinner before driving home. He ordered his usual burger and fries. I ordered a stuffed avocado […]
Creamy Corn Chowder, loaded with celery, onions, carrots, and corn in a thick creamy base is to serve on a cold and stormy day. This soup is pure comfort food at it’s finest. The best part is that this recipe is surprisingly easy to prepare. You can have dinner on the table in about 45 minutes.
This vegan Split Pea Soup recipe is hearty and delicious. It’s a simple recipe that doesn’t require much chopping, and it cooks quickly. This makes Split Pea Soup the perfect recipe for a weeknight dinner.