These rosemary roasted potato “chips” with truffle hot sauce are my answer to comforting, “un-fancy” food right now! They’re the extra-tasty result of jumbling up the concepts of truffle fries, thick-cut potato chips, and rosemary roasted potatoes. Even though they’re roasted, not fried, they’re still oh so indulgent; so perhaps don’t eat them at every single one of your meals. Try your best to share them, too. (I admit, I’m not so good with that!) And be sure to look for a bottle of truffle hot sauce (OK, so that’s a little fancy!) to drizzle them with (try these brands: The Truffleist or TRUFF) — that’s my absolute favorite part! While the sauce is pricey, it lasts a long, long...
I’ve shared so, so, so, soooo many of my recipes throughout my cookbooks, food company projects, social media, and this blog; but my favorite plant-based chocolate chip cookies recipe is one that I’ve been holding on to for some reason. Until now! I figure whipping up a batch of comforting cookies is at least one tiny way to end the year on a bit of a sweet note after a year that was … in food terms … rancid and rotten. So here you go!
I created this Mango, Black Bean & Caramelized Veggie Burrito recipe because I wanted something that was really tasty and fun, but also featured vitamin C superstars, like mangos, since vitamin C is an important nutrient for immune health. Did you know that 3/4 cup of mango provides 50% of your daily vitamin C? Cheers to that!
I can’t go a week without eating some kind of noodle dish, like these warm peanut noodles with cool confetti veggies! And while I generally just whip up a no-recipe-required bowl of noodles with whatever ingredients I have on hand, this is one of my favorite Thai-inspired versions. I made sure to write down exact measurements of what I generally do, so I can now share. This recipe is soy-free, gluten-free (depending on your noodle pick), and 100% plant-based. Most importantly, these warm peanut noodles with cool confetti veggies are 100% yummy!
Meet my election day happy hour blueberry-ginger cocktail. It was inspired by a couple of my girlfriends after I told them that I’d create a new cocktail recipe for our election day Zoom happy hour. Thankfully they left the creativity up to me. The only request was that it be something that can go into a martini glass. So here it is!