Comfort Food – Vegan Cabbage Rolls

Originally posted on True North Nomad:
After hovering around 20°C (68°F) for the past few weeks, winter has decided to return.  And with a vengeance, I might add.  I’m over the snow and sick of winter cooking.  Don’t get me wrong, I love the season and all of what it brings.  But after a taste…

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Tomato Soup

Originally posted on The Ephemeral Bee:
I am still harvesting tomatoes from my garden on an almost daily bases, and my countertops are overcrowded by bowls filled with fresh tomatoes just waiting to be devoured.  Now that the weather has turned, and our days are gradually becoming cooler, it seemed like the ideal time to…

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Hot Hot Mustard

Originally posted on brownies and beer:
My husband had a craving for habanero mustard. He remembers traveling when he was younger, and this one stop selling the best Habanero mustard he has ever had. I took his craving for a challenge, and I think I came up with a good recipe! He certainly has gone…

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Honey Infusions DIY

Originally posted on Live Eat Create:
Honey is one of nature’s miracles. It is a delicious ingredient in many foods, has antibacterial properties, works as a moisturizer when used in homemade cosmetics, soothes a cough or sore throat, and makes your tea beverage about 100times better both in taste and quality -and all that’s just…

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I Found a Great New Food Channel on You Tube!

Hello all 🙂 Sometimes cruising Youtube can be….monotonous. But you watch and you watch and sometime something magical happens. You watch a video, and then another one & then when youtube suddenly flips to another channel, you desperately hit the back button to find the station you were just watching. This is one of those…

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Avocado-cilantro hummus

Originally posted on VfoodJourney:
1 serving; 15 min preparation time. Hummus is one of my favorite healthy foods. It’s creamy, full of flavor and so delicious. You can eat it for breakfast or lunch on a toast, or serve it on top of a bruschetta when you have guests.  This is a nice variation of…

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Balsamic & Black Pepper Beets

Originally posted on Life In Woodford:
Beets: the often under-appreciated root vegetable. I have always liked beets, but it wasn’t until I added them to my garden this past year that I feel completely, hopelessly in love with them. Sure, they’re not the easiest vegetable to eat, certainly not compared to the snap peas and…

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Chocolate Mousse With Daim and Strawberries

Originally posted on stay young and beautiful:
This delicious chocolate dessert is easy to make and requires the following few ingredients: 4 egg yolks 4 dl whipping cream 2 Daim bars (same as almond toffee/Hershey’s Heath/Skor bars) 200 gram milk chocolate Strawberries for decoration Do as follows: 1. Break the milk chocolate in small bits…

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Tossed Egg Noodles with Pan-fried Shrimp Dumplings

Originally posted on Jn Cooking Channel:
It can’t get any simpler than this – Tossed egg noodles with pan-fried shrimp dumplings. Don’t be intimidated because of the wrapping of the dumplings. Have fun and get creative. After all, we do eat with our eyes first. But for beginners, just do the simple wonton fold, which…

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Foraging – Spring Edibles Pt. 3

Originally posted on Love Learn Wander:
This week’s foraged goodness is a real little ray of sunshine and is probably blazing its way across your lawns right now – the dandelion. If you missed last week’s instalment on Hairy Bittercress, you can find it here. Dandelions are so abundant and persistent at this time of…

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Health Nut French Macarons (Gluten-free)

Originally posted on Sweet Delights:
For those of you who eat gluten free, diary free, grain free, low carb and soy free things (one or all of the above), HAVE NO FEAR! There are such macarons. All thanks to the young and talented Alessandra Peters. You have no idea how talented she is! She started…

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Pickled Artichoke Hearts (Carciofo)

Originally posted on Milanka's Fine Food:
For my 100th recipe post I would like to share with you a simple pickled Artichoke recipe.  If you have never eaten or cooked this vegetable do not be alarmed by it’s exotic appearance.  It can be prepared in a number of different ways, on this occasion I will…

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Sesame Chikki(Sesame Brittle)

Originally posted on Smart Veg Recipes:
Sesame seed Chikki? is popular and authentic Indian candy made with Sesame seed dry fruits , sugar? and flavored with cardamom give yummy,healthy,crunchy treat.Sesame seed rich calcium,minerals,rich vitamins,antioxidants and also good for winter. It is very easy to make? within 15 minutes, and it can store 2-3 months in…

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Super C Tropical Chia Pudding #pandavita

Hello there 🙂 Chia pudding. Ah, chia pudding…we see it all over our instagram feeds and kind of wonder to ourselves: so, whats the big deal? Chia seeds contains TONS of Omega 3’s. More than eating spoonfuls of dried flax. So, if you don’t eat a lot of fish, a person still needs omega 3’s…

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Supergreens Vegan Sushi

This has to be the healthiest sushi I have ever eaten! As I stated in my previous post, I have been on the hunt for good, organic superfoods and nutrients that will serve as a compliment to my vegetarian lifestyle. I was absolutely thrilled when my package from Indigo Nutrition arrived! There are so many…

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Super Protein Chunky Mashed Cauliflower with Basil

Good day, everyone 🙂 Today I thought I would do a little something different. You know, I am constantly on the search for healthy products that will add a bit of a boost to my mainly vegetarian diet. So, in addition to merely doing a product review, I thought I would share a really easy…

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PANEER TIKKA MASALA (NO ONION NO GARLIC)

Originally posted on Ruchi's Veg Kitchen:
Paneer Tikka Masala is an Indian Vegetarian  Dish,  marinated Paneer cubes grilled  and then cooked in spicy gravy, is delicious in every bite. A smooth , luscious , spicy gravy and cotton soft fresh Paneer … when serve hot with Roti, Paratha will be definitely a treat .. To make…

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Red Cabbage & Mango Salad with Garlic Shrimp

Originally posted on When a Greek Cooks:
Fresh and absolutely summerish! You can serve it as a salad or you can even transform it to a main dish with some extra basmati rice on the side. If you try this recipe, please let me know on the comments below. 😀     Prep Time: 10 min, Cooking…

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Bread, Cheese & Children from Scratch

Originally posted on wildwoodhomestead:
I spend a small fortune on cheese. Especially soft cheeses, like goat cheese and sumptuous, creamy, expensive real, imported cheeses that pair perfectly with Pinot Noir and peppery water table crackers or smeared across a piece of thinly sliced toasted rye. Yep. This is my vice. Good cheese. Hard, soft, crumbly,…

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Chocolate cupcakes without sugar and flour

Originally posted on Cooking Without Limits:
Yeah!! Finally I found a recipe for my boy for cupcakes without flour and sugar. They called it Paleo recipe, I call it a very healthy and with a great taste recipe for cupcakes. I added a chocolate frosting without sugar and I got an amazing dessert for our…

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Light Crawfish salad with yogurt mustard dill sauce

Ahhhh, diet food. We usually think of cardboard -like wafers and lettuce. This is not the case. As I have recently discovered, adding some fish in on occasion can actually help to maintain your muscle mass and help you to power through the rest of the day. This is one of the meals I have…

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Vegan egg salad

I’ve been craving egg salad so badly for like a week now. So, I decided to figure out how to make vegan egg salad with tofu and egg-free mayo instead of egg and traditional mayo. After a relentless google search for something that was simple enough for yours truly to manage, I just kind of…

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Vegan Cabbage Casserole

Happy Holidays everyone! Since holidays do have a tendency to be a bums rush for cooking, and if you’re anything like me, you usually forget at least one important ingredient; I thought I would share this recipe as a ‘just in case’. What you need: Soy pieces (I prefer the small ones that look similar…

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