No stock needed for this rich fall soup. The secret? Roast the vegetables first for intense flavor in an often underwhelming soup.
This is a very hearty vegan/vegetarian Indian dish that I love to cook when I'm in need of both dinner and some leftovers for lunch. Serve it up with some naan slathered with ghee (or not, you vegan). Heaven!
This salad reminds me of my vegan raw days. The flavor is immense and because of the ingredients, it'll also keep a day or two in the fridge after it's been dressed. Though good luck having any leftovers of this.
Coleslaw is a great summertime side, especially when it accompanies some wonderful barbecue. This one has just enough dressing and the Dijon and cider vinegar really work wonders with the overall flavor. If you have a large head of cabbage, just double everything else.
I've roasted beets, pickled them, grated them in a salad and even eaten them raw. But I never thought to grill them. Until now.