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Find out what’s in season and how to cook fall veggies and fruits. We’ve got a list of fall produce plus more than 30 fall recipes.
Does the blustery weather have you craving fall flavors? Try some of these delicious pumpkin recipes!
Don’t you just love a steamy bowl of soup on a blustery fall day? Here are 10 vegan soup recipes to warm you up from the inside out.
Ever since I got pregnant, I have been obsessed with soup. I’m almost four months along now, so you can imagine how thrilled I am that it’s finally soup weather. Soup is everywhere, and I can eat steamy bowl-after-bowlful without sweating while I do it. Clearly, it’s time for a soup swap, but since you guys live all over the world, we’ll just have to do a virtual one!
It’s that time of the year again…pumpkin time! Spice up your seeds with these new ideas!
The Green Diva talks about the joys of apple picking and shares two tasty apple recipes.
Fall salads are as bright and colorful as the falling leaves outside now. I hope you’ll try this easy fresh beet, apple and yam salad with cranberry dressing. The recipe is simple. First boil and roast the beets and yams. Then let cool, slice some organic apples and the golden beets together with the yams […]
I’ve scored some fantastic organic sweet potatoes from the market lately. Here are some ideas for cooking with them: Sweet Potato Coconut Mash: This is another option for making mashed potatoes, try mashing and blending soy, regular or vanilla almond milk into a bit of long baked sweet potatoes. Smart cafes like Lettus, are known […]
Although fall means the end of summer’s abundance of produce, the end-of-season crops are nothing to sneeze at. Butternut squash, with its earthy sweetness and versatility, can be used in both sweet and savory dishes. I whipped up this simple, hearty soup from local squash, then froze the extra for quick lunches throughout the season. […]