Thai Curried Roasted Cauliflower Soup

One year.  Can you believe I haven’t posted anything in over ONE YEAR!!  Wow, how time flies.  Don’t get me wrong, I’ve been cooking plenty…it’s just the writing down the recipes, taking pictures, and posting part on which I’ve been slacking.  My photo studio has been turned into a studio/gym combo, so it takes a…

Vegan Stuffed Shells

Sometimes you just need a good hearty pasta dish…and sometimes you just need your kids to EAT SOME FREAKING VEGETABLES ALREADY!!!  Well, at least this fills both requirements; I got my yummy pasta and my kids unknowingly ate spinach, mushrooms, onions, beans, and tofu.  And everyone loved them, no questions asked.  Parenting win. Ingredients: 26…

Coconut Curried Quinoa

Easy 3-step creamy coconut curried quinoa. A versatile recipe that is excellent a main dish or a side to grilled veggies.

Hummus Salad

Hummus salad is one of my favorite things to eat.  You get a little bit of everything;  your veggies, fruits, nuts, some protein, a little bit of fiber…and it is so good.  I probably have this at least twice a week since we tend to keep most of these ingredients in the house at all times….

Vegan Pastitsio

Pastitsio is a Greek baked casserole with layers of pasta, meat sauce, and béchamel that is savory with a hint of sweetness.   It is one of my all-time childhood favorites and brings back memories of going into Detroit’s Greektown for a big family dinner when our Greek relatives came into town. Creating a vegan…

Grilled Asian Bella Skewers

So after about a two month hiatus, I am finally back at it.  My family moved into a new house and between the move, unpacking, decorating, and all the craziness that comes with having two babies, I’m lucky to have my sanity.  Fortunately, I have a great husband and plenty of red wine that pulled…

Garlic Brussels Sprouts and Roasted Tomatoes with Crispy Leeks

Brussels sprouts tend to be a pretty divisive vegetable, people either love them or hate them.  I fall in the ‘love’ camp.  I truly believe people that dislike them may have just not had them cooked properly or seasoned correctly…either that or they really do just hate them, but that is just such a sad notion…