This week, while we watched the last episode, we snacked on maple Dijon nuts from Downton Abbey’s kitchens. Then we feasted on colorful lentil tacos, indulged a butternut squash soup that looked and tasted of pure sunshine and enjoyed a quick …
Welcome to this sixth Friday 5, a roundup of Recipes of the Day featured on YayYay’s Kitchen Facebook page in the last week. Fresh, fermented and dreamy creamy Recipes of the Day from February 26-March 3, 2016 From the spicy, fermented leekchi at the beginning of this week’s roundup, to the bright, crisp, winter salad near the middle and the creamy dreamy dip at the end, there’s nothing but fresh and good in these recipes, with lots of easy thrown in.
Something new, something old
Recipes of the Day from February 19-25, 2016
This week began with a new-to-me, and possibly new-to-you salty, crispy snack that hails all the way from India.
On a crisp, cold evening, this savory skillet of potatoes, broccoli and leafy greens, lightly spiced with fresh herbs, a hint of lemon and Garam masala comforts and delights the senses.
More game-day noshers – Recipes of the Day from January 30-February 5, 2016
Superbowl 50! Here you’ll find a few more quick and easy whole-food recipes to ply your game-day grazers, and of course some every day recipes to spark your imagination and fuel your quest for a healthier lifestyle.
Need a quick supper on a cold, wintry day? Try this hearty black bean and cabbage stew, ready in just 35 minutes.
Bursting with the flavors of fresh parsley, iron-rich kale, garlic, toasted walnuts and lemon–zest and juice–this low-fat, vegan pesto is as good for you as it tastes
Vegan or vegetarian, this simple dish of fresh green beans and yellow summer squash is ready in fifteen minutes. Serve it au naturel or with a dollop of fresh creamery butter and a shaving of Gruyère cheese, all good.
Make this comforting lentils with rice dish in a savory pepper-tomato sauce and save grocery money using up leftovers and veggies in your fridge