Food blogger Shelly Westerbrook creates recipes from her Vegetarian Heartland in an adventurous new cookbook.
When inflammation becomes chronic, it can be deadly. But you can protect yourself from this “silent killer” by eating these top 12 anti-inflammatory foods.
Rough day at work? Craving Indian food, but don’t feel like going out? This rich and filling dal tastes indulgent, without heavy prep work or restaurant expense. Serve with fresh naan, chutney, and jasmine or basmati rice, for a delicious luscious-but-low-hassle Indian feast!
I don’t even like coconut, but I love coconut curry. It’s warm, comforting and filling. Plus, coconut (and curry) have many health benefits.
This recipe should be called, “shake hands with turnips” because turnips are the only vegetable that I’ve yet to make friends with. In fact, I don’t think I’d ever eaten a turnip until my husband and I joined a CSA. Now they show up in our baskets all the time, mocking us. I’ve tried them in dozens of recipes, but this is by far my favorite.
The rates of Alzheimer’s are much lower among elderly Indians that they are in elderly Westerners…and the reason may be all that curry.
Umeboshi paste is great way to add umami to vegan and vegetarian dishes, and can be used to replace anchovies, fish paste, or fish sauce in recipes.
I think I have mentioned before how much I love lentils. Here is my new favorite spicy lentil dish: Curried Lentils.
Here are some of my favorite ways to enjoy coconut – one of my all-time favorite foods – as well as an explanation of the health benefits of coconut.
I love curry, especially Indian and Thai curry. In general, a good curry meal (whether it be red, green, yellow, or some other curry) is my top meal choice when [ … ]
Indian food is my favorite, so I may be a little biased on this one. Nonetheless, the following is a delicious meal that I think most people can enjoy. I [ … ]
We periodically roast a chicken on a Sunday (will post that recipe another time). Depending on what time of year it is and how everyone’s health is, I use the [ … ]