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Meatless Mondays – New Mexican Posole


Traditionally made with pork and chicken, posole made with the right ingredients can also be delicious vegetarian. In Mexico, this dish is consumed like menudo, to help quell the effects of a hangover. I just love the buttery, crunchy texture of hominy. Two “secret” ingredients for me were my vegetable stock (see the post on […]

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Meatless Monday and Tuesday: 21 Days of Vegan Eating


Big News: Kitty Broihier and I delivered the Gluten-Free Slow Cooking book last Tuesday. It is being published by Sterling and will be on the shelves in November (just in time for the holidays). YAY! Hmmm? What shall I do next? How about go vegan? For 21 days… Well, I have been toying with doing some sort of […]

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Meatless Monday: The Joys of a Soup Swap


This year, I participated in a fledgling soup swap here in Boulder, CO. Our host, Julie, has a friend in New York who has been participating in National Soup Swap for a while and had 197 quarts of soup at her house during this year’s swap. That’s a lot of soup! While we didn’t have quite […]

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Meatless Monday – Spanikopita (aka Greek Spinach Pie)


My most finicky eater has discovered “the only way to eat spinach.” Luckily I love it too. Costco sells on in the freezer section. It could use a little more feta for me so I will not abandon making it from scratch. One my favorite Greek cookbooks, Periyali has one of the best recipes I […]

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Meatless Monday: Revithia (Greek Chickpea Soup)


This oh so easy soup has been in our meatless repertoire for more than two years. In the summer, I pair it with Greek salad. During the cold of winter, some grilled pita bread is in order. Originally published in the 2008 May/June issue of Hannaford’s fresh magazine, this recipe was reccomended by my editor […]

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Meatless Monday: Roasted Onion Risotto with Arugula and Chevre

Meatless Monday: Roasted Onion Risotto with Arugula and Chevre

At the end of today’s post is one of my most favorite Meatless Monday meals.  The recipe for Roasted Onion Risotto was originally published in the 2009 May/June issue of Hannaford fresh magazine.  Written by Adam Ried, this recipe of golden onions, peppery arugula and tender rice is perfect for a cool, fall evening.  The […]

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Meatless Monday – Impressive Indian


This stuffed cauliflower is really worth trying. It’s such a great play on textures and flavors. The stuffing alone is delicious as is the gingery tomato sauce. Get creative and use them as components in your other culinary creations. This Meatless Monday meal was inspired by the wonderful spices available at Savory Spice. Coconut Milk […]

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Meatless Monday – Lidia’s Marinara


If you ask my children to describe their favorite Meatless Monday meal, they would surely respond “Spaghetti with red sauce.”  One might call this boring, I prefer to go with straightforward and delicious.  I do keep jarred sauce in my pantry but I mostly make Lidia Bastianich’s marinara. For years, I have referred to the […]

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Harvest Bounty – Rainbow Chard


My brother-in-law, Pat, has quite a green thumb. He brought some beautiful rainbow chard for dinner the other night. Enjoy this with dish with any entree, I served it with a Savory Roulade. Ingredients: 2 bunches rainbow chard olive oil 2 yellow onions, thinly sliced ( a mandoline makes this easy) 1 cup currants, re-hydrated […]

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Meatless Monday – Savory Roulade with Pesto and Ricotta Filling


While this is not a quick recipe, it is certainly an old favorite from the original Greens cookbook by “vegetarianista” Deborah Madison.  This is a perfect vegetarian dinner, especially for a large group on a warm summer night. Basically this roulade is a flat, filled souffle. You can fill it with anything you like, but […]

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