Green Diva Lisa did a mouth-watering segment on why we should eat dark chocolate (fair trade please!) or give it to a special someone we love for Valentine’s Day. Some surprising reasons to consider the healthy attributes of chocolate! Here are just a few of the reasons she talked about:
In case last week’s post on vegan Caribbean dishes wasn’t enough to make you forget about winter, here’s one more recipe to beat those winter doldrums.
Winter isn’t over yet, alas. But this recipe for maple-roasted butternut squash will help you forget your cravings for spring greens!
If you’re as sick of winter as I am, try one of these vegan Caribbean recipes.
I’m usually not a big fan of cauliflower, but this easy roasted cauliflower dish totally made me a convert.
If you’re tired of tomato-based pasta sauces, try this gingery carrot miso sauce. It’s perfect on winter pastas or any cooked grain.
Here are ten of my favorite tempeh recipes for winter.
Vegan cheese? Who needs it! Next time you make a vegan pizza, try topping it with caramelized balsamic onions, crunchy crumbled tempeh, or creamy walnut-mushroom sauce.
These muffins are one of my favorite recipes for sweet winter carrots.
Pomegranate vinaigrette is perfect on winter salads and cool-weather greens like kale, chard, and spinach. It’s also lovely on roasted vegetables. Here’s the recipe.
Coleslaw doesn’t have to be limited to summer barbecues. In fact, you can make delicious and exotic slaws from all sorts of late-fall, storage-friendly produce. Here’s how.
You can turn almost any vegetable into a pasta sauce, including winter vegetables. Here are some of my favorite pasta and winter vegetable combinations.
This healthful winter pasta has vibrant color and a sweet-sour flavor sure to boost your mood on a gloomy day.