I’ve been blessed to be able to grow, harvest, and share an an abundance of butternut squash this season. Because of that, y’all are gonna get these squash based recipes honey! Today I’m bringing you a fairly easy recipe that you can make to switch things up and try something new. I love experimenting withContinue reading “Butternut Squash Fries + Vegan Popcorn “Chicken””
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Fajita Fridays! (Vegetarian Style)
You’ve heard of Taco Tuesday but today I’m bringing you Fajita Friday!! Vegetarian Style! A fajita is a popular Mexican dish that traditionally features grilled meat and sautéed vegetables wrapped in a flour or corn tortilla. However, only using vegetables is not only acceptable, it is just as delicious! *wink* Today I am bringing youContinue reading “Fajita Fridays! (Vegetarian Style)”
Low Effort Meals: A 10 Minute Veggie Soup!
Today’s highlight meal is a quick and easy soup that I made for lunch. Since working from home, I’ve lost some of my usual motivation to cook. Normally, I would have meal-prepped my lunches for the work week but that routine was disrupted because of this COVID-19 madness. When you’re home virtually 24/7, besides theContinue reading “Low Effort Meals: A 10 Minute Veggie Soup!”
Low Effort Meals: A Simple Veggie Sandwich
I say veggie but if we’re being technical, everything on this sandwich, besides the onion, is a fruit! Don’t believe me? Read more here about the fruits that we commonly refer to as vegetables. I love a simple and refreshing sandwich. This one includes an avocado spread lightly seasoned with salt and pepper and toppedContinue reading “Low Effort Meals: A Simple Veggie Sandwich”
Super Easy Mediterranean Style Salad!
I’ve never really been the “salad as a main course” type of eater. Up until recently, I always believed that salads wouldn’t really fulfill my appetite and would leave me wanting to eat more. So I only ever had it as a side and I agreed when people jokingly called it “rabbit food.” But thenContinue reading “Super Easy Mediterranean Style Salad!”
Celebrating Haitian Independence Day the Correct Way, with Soup Joumou!
Every 1st of January, Haitians around the world celebrate our Independence Day and give thanks to our ancestors who fought hard, shed blood, and died for our liberation. But on this same day, we also do one more thing: eat! It’s a tradition for us Haitians to cook and eat the most delicious pumpkin/squash soupContinue reading “Celebrating Haitian Independence Day the Correct Way, with Soup Joumou!”
Spicy stir fried cabbage, quinoa with stir fried veggies, and softened sweet potatoes
People always ask me what do I eat as a vegetarian. They wonder how I can actually be fulfilled without having meat on my plate. We’ve been so conditioned to believe that a meal isn’t complete without a portion of meat, which is absolutely false. I find that when I get creative and increase myContinue reading “Spicy stir fried cabbage, quinoa with stir fried veggies, and softened sweet potatoes”
Golden Beet Greens
Looking to mix it up in the greens department? Beet greens can be a great alternative to the traditional greens that you may be using (i.e. collard, kale, spinach, etc.). These greens can be used in many recipes such as salads, soups, sauteed dishes,cooked greens, smoothies, and more! They have a light and pleasing flavorContinue reading “Golden Beet Greens”
How to: Spruce Up Your Top Ramen!
This post is for my college students, budgetnistas, and top ramen lovers. I got you! There was a time when top ramen was one of my favorite things to eat and cook. It was easy, quick, delicious (what is it about MSG and high sodium?) and – most importantly – cheap!