Baked Cajun Fries

Baked skinny fries flavored with Cajun seasoning for a spicy kick. Delicious, simple to make, and healthier than the restaurant version, these crispy fries are so very addictive. How do you like your fries?There are so many variations, and I love almost all of them. Just not the soggy ones. Because let’s be honest, soggy fries are not fries. At least, not in my eyes.A family friend came over the other night and gave us a box full of potatoes because her family had so many they couldn’t finish them all. I knew I had to do something with these potatoes before they started growing roots. And since I’ve been craving fries…...more

Fabulous Fall Farro Salad with Gold Beets, Feta, Spiced Pecans & Chive-Sage Dressing

This is fall in a dish. The farro is both chewy and tender, the chives are the main vocals while the sage sings back-up. The gold beets both glow and add a sweet, earthy nuttiness. The interplay of cayenne and maple syrup atop the pecans is sublime. And the feta lends a creamy tang that makes the whole even better. Healthy, beautiful, delicious!Ingredients:...more

Lemony Vegan Farro Salad with Basil and Tomatoes

Lemony Vegan Farro Salad with Basil and Tomatoes Recently I warned the MeatlessMonday fans there was going to be a few weeks of garden-loving recipes coming up here while we hang on to the last days of summer, so if you don't have a garden or a nearby farmers market, my apologies. But for everyone with fresh tomatoes, corn, and basil, I think this Lemony Farro Salad with Basil and Tomatoes from Sarah's Cucina Bella really does sound perfect for right now. ...more

Chickpea & Kale Asian Rice

Per usual, we have too many projects to do and not enough time. I don't know if it's the change of seasons that we are now feeling the rush of fall 'to-dos', but it's getting to be crazy! Also, with the change of seasons I find myself wanting to live in the kitchen. I am quickly realizing that I love fall foods. The harvest is bountiful. Everything seems to be ready to pick, eat and be made. My kale, I can't keep up with ... what a great problem, right? ...more

Savory Monterey Jack and Green Onion Pancakes

I've been wanting to make savory pancakes for a while, so I got excited when we got a huge bunch of green onions from the CSA. I made a note to myself: save the green onions for savory pancakes, don't use them for anything else!So I picked up some monterey jack cheese with jalapeno in it (yum!!) and some sour cream, and the rest is history....more

Cookie-Date-Chocolate bars

First, welcome, I guess, to my food blog.  Yay.    ...more

Garden Vegetable Soup

A warm delicious tomato based soup filled with cabbage, sweet corn, celery, carrots, onions, and mushrooms. This garden vegetable soup is simple to make with easy to find ingredients, perfect for the cooler autumn weather.It’s already September. I’ve been in denial for almost two weeks now, but I think it’s time to admit that summer has come and gone. And now I’m just about ready to welcome in the fall. =)...more

Paranthas: A Favourite Indian Food

The Parantha or Paratha (Indian flatbread)  is a common feature in an Indian meal. Although it has its origins in the Punjab and the North of India, it has now become available country-wide. In the North, it is served both as a breakfast item or along with the meal while as in South India it is considered more suitable for lunch or dinner!...more

Eggplant Margherita Puff Pastry Tarts

Is anyone else battling with too much eggplant this time of the year?We've been getting 2 eggplants a week from our CSA for a few weeks now....more

Pitaya Bowl

Pink dragon fruit blended with almond butter then topped with sliced fresh bananas and honey granola. Easy to make and delicious, this fruity bowl is perfect for breakfast or as an afternoon snack. Can you tell that I’m on a breakfast bowl kick? They’re so tasty, and they’re such a great pick me up that I just can’t resist!...more