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Pad Thai – Peanut Noodle Stir Fry

Pad Thai/ Peanut Noodles

Hello Dear Reader-   Who doesn’t love Peanuty Pad Thai Noodles? Well, I’m sure plenty of people don’t love them…but I haven’t met them yet. These noodles really are one of my favorite go-to  plant based  dishes that please the palates of omnivores, vegetarians and vegans too.   This version of Pad Thai is amped up…

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Rainbow Buddha Bowl

buddha bowl prepared

Hello Dear Reader-   The ingredients in this dish are delicious, nutritious, filling, easy-to-prepare…what more could you ask for? Well- maybe more. They are also completely vegan and whole food plant-based. That means that they are made from the most wholesome ingredients, all minimally processed. In other words, ingredients that come from plants, not made…

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Spicy Asian Salad

Spicy Asian Salad

Dear Reader-   This is a wonderful salad and easy to prepare, particularly if you batch cook some of the ingredients such as quinoa, Sweet and Spicy Nuts and Asian Peanut Sauce salad. It is a also a nutritional powerhouse- delivering a healthy dose of protein, calcium and iron as well as phytonutrients and antioxidants….

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Sweet and Spicy Nuts (and Seeds)

Spicy Slivered Almonds

Hello Dear Reader   This is one of my all time favorite recipes. It’s so simple-to-prepare, you could give this recipe to a five-year-old and he/she could get the job done. It  offers all great things in one simple bite: mild sweetness, a hint of spice, and an addictive crunch. Sprinkled on salad, the recipe…

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Asian Peanut Sauce

Hello Dear Reader-   When it comes to vegan cooking, it’s all about the dressing or sauce! That’s the secret to enjoying the healthiest foods on the planet: fruits, vegetables, whole grains, legumes and beans, nuts and seeds. And when it comes to quick and easy preparation…I’m all about batch cooking. Yes, if you’re cooking…

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Magical Multilayer Bars

Vegan Magical Multilayer Bars

Hello Dear Readers- This vegan dessert is a crowd pleaser. The yummy bars are a family favorite in our house! And they’re pretty simple to make. The ingredients can be pretty hard to find, though. Recently, I sent a care package to my daughter in NYC with the ingredients after she went on an unsuccessful  wild-goose…

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Dark Chocolate Date and Coconut Bark

Hello Dear Readers- Do you love chocolate? I do, especially covered with dried fruit, nuts, seeds, fresh fruit, or coconut flakes. When I’m craving a cocoa treat, this is my sweet-tooth satisfying go-to recipe. It’s very simple and adaptable. Just melt the chocolate, decorate with your favorite toppings, freeze, break it up, and voila…chocolate bark. The recipe…

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Chunky Veggie-Bean Chili

Vegan Bean Chili

In the third class of a free, grant-funded, healthy cooking program I co-teach in Boston, my colleague and I focus on satisfying soups and side dishes. In the class, we prepare a fabulous vegan vegetable bean chili that is super nutritious, affordable and filling. It has 231 calories per serving, 115 mg of calcium, 4…

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Creamy Mustard Dressing: Low Fat and Low Calorie

Plant Pure Kitchen Creamy Mustard Dressing Cobb Salad

When it comes to making salads and bowls, it’s all about the sauces and dressings. I mean I love the veggies, beans and grains…but isn’t it the wonderful flavorful sauces and dressings that really make the dish? When it comes to dressings, Kim Campbell, has created a recipe for a spectacular one. She is one…

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Watch My Show, Go Vegan, Get Skinny?

A few weeks ago, during the solar eclipse, I found the answer I’d been seeking while sitting in a field, within the path of totality, at a small community college in Kentucky.   Months earlier, after watching my cooking show, my friend Andrew advised, “If you want to grow your channel, do two things: hang…

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