Crispy Salt & Pepper Lentils

This is an unusual but delicious way to prepare lentils if you want to add “meatiness” to a meal or Tomato Sauce. By using the Maillard reaction to caramelize the exterior of the lentils, you bring out their best flavors like inherent notes of black pepper and umami. Think beyond soups and stews when it […]

Cauliflower Steaks with White Beans, Spinach, & Tomatoes

We call this recipe Cauliflower “Steaks” because it’s fun, but if you don’t want to fuss with cutting “steaks” out of cauliflower, you can simply roast florets, or just slice the largest pieces that you can. No matter the size they’re cut to, this recipe is delicious and a great way to practice your knife […]

Brown Rice

How to cook a simple batch of brown rice plus a bunch of preparation variations in the accordions below—make each batch unique!

Mixed Berry Syrup

A simple berry syrup that’s perfect served with pancakes, rice pudding, ice cream, or drizzled over a cake before frosting it.

Creamy Cilantro Lime Sauce

This is a satisfying, easy, and extremely versatile sauce that you can enjoy as-is or use as a base for countless recipes from Enchiladas to Black Bean Stuffed Sweet Potatoes. It makes a great dip or cheese alternative, and it thickens soups and stews with satisfying creaminess.

Oat Sourdough

A go-to sourdough recipe that will delight everyone at the table. Nuanced sourdough flavor that’s delicious as toast, stuffing, croutons, grilled cheese, French toast, and more.

Marinated Bocconcini

Bocconcini means “small mozzarella balls.” This recipe is not only dairy-free, but takes everything to the next level by storing these bites of goodness in a flavorful marinade. Slice and add them to a charcuterie board with toast points and crackers; layer some up with fresh tomatoes, basil, and balsamic vinegar or glaze; put some […]

Buttermilk Drop Biscuits (Three Ways)

Drop biscuits are easy, no-fuss bundles of flaky deliciousness just perfect for melted butter and jam, or for plunging into soups, chilis, and stews. Find various flour blends and variations that you can try in the accordions below! Make them your own.

Summer Salsa

The freshness of summer is in every bite of this colorful salsa. Enjoy it with chips, sprinkle over a Black Bean Stuffed Sweet Potatoes or Enchiladas, or add it to wraps or Tacos.

Summer Corn Sourdough

You’ll try the cold fermentation technique with this loaf to develop delicious sourdough flavor over time. This loaf is delicious spread with butter and a drizzle of honey—it’s perfect for toast with jam, for croutons, and for plunging into soups or hearty stews.