Roasted Delicata Squash Fries with Buffalo Sauce

Delicata squash is still far from a household name, but it’s become our hands-down favorite for the fall and winter months. It cooks quickly with no need for peeling, and has a sweet, buttery taste that’s similar to a sweet potato. We love cutting it thin into “fries” and serving...

Pumpkin Quesadillas

I must admit that when Sonja started mentioning pumpkin hummus a few weeks ago, I was more than skeptical. The concept just seemed like a cheap way to instill some “fall feeling” into a recipe. Does anyone even like pumpkin without pumpkin spices? Even after the first trial, I wasn’t...

Burrito Bowl

This recipe idea may not be revolutionary, but it’s certainly served us in a crunch. We recently had family to town to help us settle into our new place, and I was tasked with coming up with a few meals for sustenance throughout the day. We had eaters varying from...

Red Beans and Rice

  48.8 million Americans—including 16.2 million children (nearly one in five children in America)—lack the means to get enough nutritious food on a regular basis. They live in food- insecure households and as a result, they struggle with hunger at some time during the year. (Source: nokidhungry.org) A sobering truth...

Spicy Cashew Lettuce Wraps

A sale on lettuce at our local winter farmer’s market a few weeks ago ($1.50 per head!) made us wonder — what to do with lettuce other than a salad?  The first thing that came to mind was lettuce wraps – so we thought we’d give them a try. We...

Loaded Sweet Potato Rounds

Sweet potatoes were one of our first big discoveries when we began to explore eating a whole foods diet. Check out my early enthusiasm in one of our first posts ever on the sweet potato, which seems ages ago now…how we have changed since then!  Our love for sweet potatoes, however, has...








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