This is my favorite type of breakfast: rich, filling, and nutritious. I enjoy this combination of cherry, chocolate, and pumpkin seeds, but you can substitute any dried fruit and seeds/nuts. Feel free to experiment – there are hundreds of combinations to try!
A taste of Guatemala, this spicy pepian stew is loaded with root vegetables. Serve with rice and corn tortillas for a complete and delicious winter meal.
This delightful carrot peanut sauce is rich and creamy, with a hint of spice from sriracha sauce. Serve over your favorite noodles (such a soba) for a quick meal, or serve alongside your favorite spring rolls. Easy to make-ahead and store in the refrigerator until needed.
This spinach salad incorporates many fall favorites, including winter squash, cranberries, and pecans. It is topped with a bright and flavorful orange balsamic dressing. Perfect to serve at your next holiday get-together, but is hearty enough for a weekday lunch.
Do you have some sad, never-going-to-ripen green tomatoes in your garden? Don’t throw them away – make this roasted green tomato salsa! This is fresh, spicy, and perfect to serve with chips or to top your favorite Mexican food.