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There’s a whole wonderful world of drink choices just perfect for curling up under grandma’s quilt on a cold snowy winter’s eve!
Joan Nathan starts us on a tour through the Jewish holidays as told in food. First stop: Moroccan Beet Leaf Salad and Apple-Nut Haroset!
If you’ve never tried this preparation of veggies, you’re going to be surprised how roasting brings out the natural sweetness!
As an antidote to Black Friday, Cyber Monday and all other commercial urges of the season, I highly recommend making these bars.
Although Thanksgiving is a day for complete indulgence, I always like to balance things out and throw in a few guilt-free options for the days surrounding.
I love the flavor and textural contrast of meaty mushrooms and crisp snap peas, particularly when drenched in a sumptuous oyster sauce.
A glimpse of the approaching holiday madness made me break into a cold sweat. Unplug, stay balanced, and enjoy this earthy and enticing vegan Apple Walnut Tart.
Pumpkin’s rich flavor, gorgeous color and affinity for warm, comforting spices make it a natural for sweet creations: Oatmeal muffins, Granola, a Smoothie and Chocolate Chip Cookies.
Perhaps you’ve had enough brown rice and want to explore more exotic options. Try bulgur pudding with honey and dates for a unique dessert or power breakfast!
Accidental Vegan Devra Gartenstein explains how to eat well while spending less and demonstrates with a deliciously simple baba ghanoush recipe.