Stuffed Acorn Squash

This recipe is incredibly versatile.  This is kind of a get-rid-of-all-of-the-vegetables-in-the-fridge recipe, so all ingredients are interchangeable.  Even potatoes can be added if so desired!  It’s simple, easy, and delicious.  That’s all you need.  Let me know what you think! Ingredients 1 acorn squash, cut in half and deseeded ¼ purple onion, roughly chopped 3-5… Continue reading Stuffed Acorn Squash

Purple Sweet Potato Burgers

These patties are gorgeous.  The deep purple color from the sweet potatoes will impress any audience and entice people to try the dish.  They are also as delicious as they are beautiful, in my opinion.  Try them and let me know what you think! Note: this recipe uses a food processor.  If one is not… Continue reading Purple Sweet Potato Burgers

Cheesy Butternut Squash Soup

Initially, this soup was made to be a pasta sauce for a mac n’ cheese-type dish, but it turned out so well that it could stand by itself!  Inspiration of course came from forksoverknives.com, so definitely check that recipe out too!  I hope y’all try this one and let me know what you think! Ingredients… Continue reading Cheesy Butternut Squash Soup

Green Split Pea Soup

This soup is definitely a go-to in the week if I need to clean out my vegetable drawer or I have limited time to prepare my dinner.  It’s simple, delicious, and nutrient packed.  The peas make the soup incredibly thick and hearty.  Let me know what y’all think! Ingredients 2 cups split green peas, rinsed… Continue reading Green Split Pea Soup

Fig Balsamic Salad

The inspiration for this recipe came from a fig balsamic flat bread some friends of mine ordered at a restaurant earlier this month.  Of course, I converted it into a salad.  Mostly it’s because salads are easily portable, and I eat one for lunch every weekday because of that convenience.  I think it turned out… Continue reading Fig Balsamic Salad

Miso Mustard Salad

This recipe was not my own creation.  The dressing came from none other than the queen of mustard herself!  Of course, I am talking about Jenny Mustard!  The salad came out with a delicious and mellow flavor.  I recommend this salad for anyone looking for something simple, salty, and tasty.  Let me know what y’all… Continue reading Miso Mustard Salad

Gumbo, Grits, and Hushpuppies

Do y’all ever form an entire recipe around ingredients in your kitchen that you need to eat before they go bad?  I do this a lot, and this recipe is no exception.  I had a lot of corn and almond meal to get through, so I decided to make Cajun classic with grits and hushpuppies… Continue reading Gumbo, Grits, and Hushpuppies

Black Bean Soup

This is another Instant Pot recipe!  If you do not have an Instant Pot (pressure cooker), this soup can easily be made on the stove.  It will have to simmer for a couple hours instead of 15 minutes, but it will still work.  Let me know what you think! Ingredients 2 cups dry black beans,… Continue reading Black Bean Soup

Leftover Curry Poutine

I know that leftovers aren’t the most glamorous foods to eat, especially if you eat the same meal over and over.  This is a wonderful opportunity to get creative in the kitchen!  I was all out of brown rice, and I needed to cook some potatoes before they went bad, so then the leftover curry… Continue reading Leftover Curry Poutine

Red Lentil Curry

This recipe is one of my favorite go-to dishes that is simple and quick to make.  Inspiration for this recipe came from High Carb Hannah’s Instant Pot recipe book.  If you do not have an Instant Pot, this recipe can easily be made on the stove.  Cooking times will be different, though. Ingredients Curry 2… Continue reading Red Lentil Curry