Instead of using bread or buns (which are overly processed), I eat these veggie burger patties as seen below, or halved, in romaine lettuce leaves (making a “burger boat”). They also make great leftovers, crumbled onto a green salad or baked potato, or hearty traveling or hiking snacks. Preparation note: While it’s not necessary, cooking...Read More »
This healthful and flavorful Shepherd’s Pie defies tradition by forgoing the usual ground or minced meat, and uses portabella mushrooms instead. This version also leaves out the butter and milk, but leaves in the mashed potatoes, carrots and peas! Print Shepherd’s Pie Prep time: 55 mins Cook time: 30 mins Total time: 1 hour 25...Read More »
This vegetarian lasagna is filled with meaty shiitake and cremini mushrooms, spinach, and ricotta and Mozzarella cheeses, so your meat-eating guests will be fighting for seconds along with the vegetarians!
Phil Fanning's stunning crab recipe combines a fragrant bouillabaisse sauce with poached lobster tails and fennel. You can use gurnard or mullet for this recipe. Serve this fish dish as a centrepiece to an ambitious dinner party
If you're like me, you don't mind eating chili all year long, but I know there are some of you who are longing for summer salads and gazpachos. We'll get there soon enough, but I wanted to make a big pot of chili the other night that still made us feel cozy (despite the 80 something degree weather).This chili is pretty traditional: it's packed with protein and spices and it's great with toppings like cheese, sour cream, tortilla chips, or whatever else sounds good to you. Plus, its only takes 30 minutes to make.See more frugal recipes!
I interview Chris Hansen as an inpiration to older diabetic men to switch to a plant based diet. How eating lots of plants has helped his blood pressure, lowered his A1C plus plant based Meatloaf Reuben.
We go to the annual Salt Lake City Greek Festival for the awesome food. This chicken with lemon and spices is a great way to mix up our menu, and my kids are big fans! —Camille Beckstrand, Layton, Utah Skip links
The first step in preparing the peppers is to partially cook the peppers by boiling them for 5 minutes. Cut off the tops first (no one wants that part) and take out the seeds, then place in boiling water. After 5 minutes drain the peppers by placing them on a paper towel upside-down. Zucchini...