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It was a windy fall day in Baltimore, and a hungry girl took it upon herself to make the best soup that the world has ever seen - Roasted Fall Soup!
Love nachos? Have left over nacho toppings? I did, and I made these burgers!
For fish, stir fry, rice. Use as a dash of flavor in a cold carrot soup.
You don't have to be a baker to make this fantastic dessert!
Soak the black beans and cook them separately with vegetarian bullion, a small handful of chopped onions, and a clove of garlic. If you cook the beans and peas together, the water/peas will be black, plus, the cooking times are different.
Peas: wash and cook in a pot with the shaved celery, diced carrots, diced onions, minced garlic, and a bay leaf. When the mixture is cooked remove bay leaf, add a dash of sriracha, use a blender until creamy.
Drain black beans and serve in a little pile on top of the thick and deliciously green pea soup, with a small dollop of greek yogurt on top!
Get real fancy and make your own crackers to go with it. I like cheddar chebe crackers.
Bake in a loaf or in muffin tins, these are fantastic with vegetarian chili and greek yogurt!
For easter, 8 people
Didn't have any mascarpone, used some butter.
Cubed red skin potatoes and bok choi - teriyaki! PERFECT with salmon.
Garlic, red peppers, and bok choy pizza!
Slice the potato and layer with beans for a casserole, or cube potato and combine all with a tortilla for a quesadilla!
Mac & Cheese, Food Network Style. I haven't modified it to be lower fat/cal yet, so take a shot!