Tag: vegetarian

Hurry Up Spring Minestrone

Hurry Up Spring Minestrone!

Make this on those cold days when you wish spring would hurry up and just warm up already. When spring won’t cooperate, get a bunch of bright green vegetables, open a can of beans, and make spring minestrone. Recipe and video in post. This post may contain affiliate links, meaning that I get a commission if you take advantage of the offer (thank you!).
Roasted Radish and Asparagus with Sherry Vinaigrette

Roasted Radish and Asparagus with Sherry Vinaigrette

Unexpected and yet oh-so-easy, this versatile spring dish can be served hot or cold. Roasting radishes mellows them, which makes this perfect for larger ones that might be a little too intense otherwise. Roasting is also perfect for larger asparagus stalks. The nutty, slightly sweet, Sherry Vinaigrette brings it all together (and will work its way into your regular salad rotation). This post may contain affiliate links, meaning that I get a commission if you take advantage of the offer (thank you!).
Comforting Lentil Soup Ingredients

Ease Back into Life with Ugly Delicious Lentil Soup

Alas, the holidays are behind us, and it's time to return to life. This Comforting Lentil Soup is a perfect way to ease back in. Make a pot of soup and have satisfying, healthy lunches all week. This can easily be made vegetarian. Subscribers will get a bonus recipe to get breakfasts for the week sorted, too.
Julia Child's Mastering the Art of French Cooking and ingredients for marinade simple

Julia Child’s Pork Chops: A Back-Pocket Recipe

Posts on cooking and eating ranked near the top of the recent Wonder & Sundry survey, so, without further ado, here’s a post on one of my favorite back-pocket recipes, Julia Child’s pork chops. Surprisingly simple (and delicious), this was one of my first meat dishes after nearly two decades of vegetarianism. I walk past Julia Child’s Cambridge house most days.