It seems I’ve once again amassed a nice list of tasty recipes found elsewhere, many of which have appeared in our kitchen multiple times. Click through and enjoy!
Carrot Soup with Miso & Sesame – Tons of flavor and perfect for those times when you find yourself with too many carrots lingering in the crisper.
Kale and Avocado Salad – We have this so often, it’s become known simply as “Saveur salad.” Chris and I split the entire bunch of kale between the two of us and reduce the amount of avocado by half, resulting in two well-proportioned entree-sized salads.
The Raw Brownie – These have no right to taste as good as they do and not smack you upside the head with guilt. And yet….
Avgolemono – We finished the entire pot of this creamy, lemony Greek Easter soup in a single evening. I’m still not quite sure how to pronounce it, but it’s a solid favorite here.
Peacefood Cafe’s Raw Key Lime Pie – Okay, I haven’t made this one, but we did have a slice the last time we ate at Peacefood. If I can ever get up the courage to break down a young coconut, I will make this at home. If you’re braver than I, do give this one a go.
No-Fu Love Loaf – A lentil and oat based veggie loaf. Fab texture. Great flavor. Wonderful as written, but I will be experimenting with variations on this for sure.
Five GF, Vegan, Nut-Free Entrees & Desserts – The Kitchn’s recipe roundup for “the most difficult dinner guest ever.” While I do wish they’d used the word “challenging” instead, this is a nice little reference if you fit this bill yourself or are entertaining a group with restrictions. The mushroom risotto with caramelized onions looks particularly delicious.