Tag Archive | vegetarian

Chickpea Parmesan

Chickpea Parmesan

This is my favorite vegetarian substitute when I make Chicken Parmesan for the family.  It’s really quick and easy to make.  Most of the ingredients are probably sitting in your pantry and fridge right now.  The heartiness of the garbanzo beans really creates a comforting dish for a cold winter’s day.  If there are any […]

Vegetarian Chili

Are you ready for some football?  Our house is gearing up for the big game.  My husband has been a devoted Broncos fan since his birth.  He covers my children in orange and blue on game day and needless to say is looking forward to the Superbowl.  I do enjoy football, but I am looking […]

Perfect Thanksgiving Side Dish

Perfect Thanksgiving Side Dish

Looking for that perfect Thanksgiving side dish?  Look no further.  At our family gatherings we host the full gamut of foodies; omnivores, vegetarians, vegans, rawists, and this dish appeal to all of them.  This quick and easy cranberry salad is a great addition to your Thanksgiving table.  It can also be served as your Thanksgiving […]

Quinoa Tabbouleh

Looking for a cool and refreshing summer side dish or an easy salad to pack for lunch?  I became addicted to this quinoa tabbouleh that I found at a local store and was determined to make it on my own. It’s great cold or at room temperature.  It’s perfect for a summer get together.  It […]

Vegetarian Bierocks (a.k.a. Runzas)

Vegetarian Bierocks (a.k.a. Runzas)

If you’ve ever been to Omaha, you’ve probably heard of Runza. It’s a Nebraska-born chain of fast food restaurants that have been a staple around here for 50+ years. Their trademark offering is a German Bierock inspired oven-baked beef and cabbage stuffed sandwich. While it is fast food, the sandwiches are made from scratch daily […]

My Month as a Vegetarian

My Month as a Vegetarian

During Kangeiko/Winter Yoga Renewal, I committed to eating vegetarian. There are lots of really good reasons* to eat a vegetarian diet, but mostly I just wanted to see if I could do it. You see, I’m from the Midwest, the heart of the United States, meat and potato kind of folks, it’s just what I […]