Category Archives: Vegetarian Recipes
This salsa tastes fresh, hence the name, Salsa Fresca. We also lovingly call it “Salsa de Papa” since it’s something Mark makes on the regular here in our house, using the recipe he acquired from his dad. It’s obviously great with chips, but we also love it on scrambled eggs, in sandwiches, added to rice and [...]
I first made these in the beginning of October while we had family in town from the Bay Area. They were such a hit that I have been itching to make them again, before pumpkin-eating season is over. We all know that after Thanksgiving, sadly, it’s not considered pumpkin season anymore. Just like after Christmas, [...]
This here is my new favorite way to eat rice. Cauliflower rice, or how I like to call it, Cauli-rice, is simply amazing. It tastes so close to the real contender that even my husband didn’t notice he was missing the carb version. The preparation is pretty easy, toss chunks of cauliflower into a food [...]
I am amazed that it took me this long to post this. I’ve made this countless times over the years and it is all because of Mark’s family. It’s a recipe that has been passed down to new generations and made for almost every occasion. Mark’s uncle is primarily in charge of bringing this [...]
I’ve been nose deep in The Little Paris Kitchen cookbook I had been eagerly waiting to receive last week. The pictures are stunning and the recipes sound equally amazing. Once I thumbed over to the page where it read, Fromage Frais (Fresh cheese in French) I knew it was something I had to make – [...]
I’m knee deep making everything I can get my hands on from scratch. I am constantly amazed at how easy things are made when you actually look into how they are made. Right now I have two huge jars full of whole pickled cucumbers, cucumber spears and a variety of vegetables. And there’s exactly one [...]
This broccoli pesto is a great way to incorporate your greens into a pasta dish.
Roasted parsnips, carrots and brussels sprouts are wonderfully seasoned and mixed with hearty farro to make this wintry salad.
This is called magic sauce because it turns everything into a flavorful dish.