I am so excited to share this recipe for Hearty Meatless Meatballs – aka vegan meatballs – from Cook Lively by Laura Jane Koers!
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Summer road trips are a lot better with kid-friendly snacks. Luckily, The China Study Family Cookbook by Del Sroufe is loaded with portable snacks and other simple recipe ideas to keep the hanger away.
Spring is so close, I can taste it, and that means Brussels sprouts are in season now! Try some of these delicious ways to cook Brussels sprouts.
Spring is almost here, and that means broccoli season! Try some of these delicious ways to cook broccoli, my favorite vegetable of all time.
There is a common misconception out there that vegans can’t have chocolate, and that is so untrue! Check out these vegan Valentine’s day chocolate options. We have some that you can make and some that you can buy.
This vegan shepherd’s pie combines some traditional shep pie elements with plenty of vibrant, green kale. It’s comfort food with a healthy twist.
Tofu is a great plant-based protein and we want you to love it! In this post we’ll cover the basics of how to cook tofu: choosing the right tofu, prepping it well, and other tips for making it delicious!
Here are four awesome vegan Thanksgiving recipes from my new cookbook, Gettin Saucy! You can make the most of your Thanksgiving meal with vegan mashed potatoes, two excellent gravies, and one beautiful salad.
Start these food gifts now, so they’ll be ready in time for holiday giving!
Celebrate Guacamole Day with homemade guac! These guacamole recipes run the gamut from the traditional to the elaborate, so choose your own guac adventure.
Air fryers are the newest hot kitchen gadget, and I’m in love with mine! Here are some vegan air fryer recipes that showcase the magic of the air fryer.
Learn how to make buttermilk in under a minute with only two ingredients that you probably already have on hand.
The focus is on onigiri, bite-size balls of fun, in Rice Craft, a new cookbook by grain activist Sonoko Sakai.