Veggies on veggies on veggies! This is an incredibly easy and enormously delicious use for any type of pesto really. For when the garden greens are poppin’ and the abundance is a little more than you can handle, pesto is […]
Cooking with Herbs: Savory & Healthy Plant-Based Recipes
Here you’ll find a slew of savory recipes that are vegan (with the exception of honey) & mostly gluten-free.
These are simple, easy-to-follow savory recipes that highlight how to use more culinary & medicinal herbs in your everyday cooking.
From snacks to appetizers to salad dressings & main courses, herbs make everything more delicious & much healthier.
You’ll also find easy DIY pantry basics like herbal salts using fresh & dried herbs, infused oils & vinegars, DIY spice blends, & more.
These herb-infused pantry staples not only save you time, but add nutritional value, health benefits, & amazing flavor to your meals.
Amp up the functional nutritive & medicinal health benefits in your meals with plant-based fun & flavor!
Pesto is such a great way to make delicious use of an abundance of pretty much anything green and leafy. This dairy-free lemon balm pesto gives basil a break from its usual pesto duties. Instead lemon balm, kale, walnuts, and […]
Who doesn’t love a good broth? Not unlike a good sauce, a broth can make or break a whole meal! It’s the chariot upon which all the other ingredients are carried and the foundation for other flavors to meet and […]
I’m not one to braise things, for no reason really. I’ll roast, sauté, bake, and sometimes fry, but braising isn’t in my usual kitchen repertoire. But this recipe for saffron and garlic braised fennel is so simple and such an […]
If you haven’t ever caramelized (or candied!) fennel, your whole world is about to change. The utterly delightful aroma that fills the air as the fennel slices are browning at a slow and sultry sizzle in the pan is better […]
When I was a 20, I lived in a small town in northeastern Australia for part of the year. I had moved there from Minnesota to study marine biology, because as it turns out, for me there was something inherently […]