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Tex-Mex Tabbouli

A delicious combination of grains and late-summer produce, this tasty salad will keep all week long. Tex-Mex Tabbouli I am notorious for not supplying my recipes to our supper club–though I promise to.  I love tabbouli, especially when there are fresh tomatoes.  This recipe is a riff off an old one I found in Bon […]

Vegan Cooking Class with Kris!

Kris Siegel is a devoted vegan who loves sharing her passion for plant-based food with others.  Her healthy glow is the best advertisement ever for a plant-based lifestyle.     Apricot Quinoa Summer Salad 1 c. quinoa, uncooked 2 c. water 4-5 fresh apricots, quartered 1 c. fresh cucumbers, chopped 1/2 c. fresh zucchini, chopped […]

Vegan Ground Beef Alternative

I tinkered for months before coming up with this all-purpose all-vegan ground beef alternative.  No, it wasn’t because I’m in love with ground beef and want to replicate it.  I do this because it makes it easy for those seeking more plant-based dishes to transition their favorite ground beef recipes.  So let the deliciousness begin! […]

Mindy’s Pistachio Halva Bites

Pistachio Halva Bitess From Mindy Miner The recipe is from a book by Douglas McNish called Raw, Quick & Delicious. I made one modification because I can’t find bulk sesame seeds anywhere close by and it’s too expensive to use the bottled version. Also, I doubled the recipe for last night’s crowd. Here goes… 1/2 […]

Morgan’s maple-roasted almond butter

Morgan Doane shared a quick and easy–and delicious–way to make maple-roasted almond butter at our February supper club. Check out the directions below! Maple-roasted Almond Butter 16 oz. raw almonds 2-3 T maple syrup ½ tsp. cinnamon ½ tsp. salt Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Mix raw almonds together with maple syrup and pour onto […]

Red Quinoa Salad with Veggies

There are so many delicious dishes at every supper club, but a few start to get a buzz around them and those are the ones that get recipe requests. Unfortunately, we don’t always get a beautiful photo of each sought-after dish, so you’ll just have to imagine what this one looks like. Sue Smith’s Quinoa […]

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