A good, hearty soup should take a lot of time and effort to make, right? Wrong. This soup is overflowing with tasty veggies (and lentils), but it's actually simple to make. You'll love the rich flavors too.Read Full Story
Patricia Conte has a background in marketing communications and works as an independent writer. In 2010, she was given the opportunity to combine her love of writing and food when she started as a contributing writer for the Food channel for SheKnows. As a result, today she spends much of her time divided between the kitchen and her office. Patricia is fortunate to also contribute to the Beauty, Health, and Home and Living channels for SheKnows. You can follow her on Twitter, or visit her food blog, Grab a Plate, where she shares her love of food, recipes and bites in between.
Many prepared sauces and condiments contain gluten, and while it's easier these days to pick up a bottle of gluten-free something-or-other, it's also simple to make your own. Bonus: You won't have to make room in your fridge for another bottle.Read Full Story
The aroma of a curry dish wafting through your kitchen is captivating. This dish offers more than just a great fragrance: You'll adore its sweet and creamy coconut milk base, tender and hearty vegetables and light emerald hue.Read Full Story
No matter how often I make it, I still get a kick out of spaghetti squash. I love to discover the yellow strands of veggie "spaghetti" tucked inside, not to mention the fact that it makes a great gluten-free (and low-carb) substitute for the real deal.Read Full Story
Most of us either love or hate the striped, sweet candy, but these candy corn cupcakes will delight you, whether or not you like the real deal. These cupcakes are made to look just like candy corn, so you're free to enjoy, especially around Halloween. Don't be frightened: You don't need a lot of time, special skills or special tools to make these treats.Read Full Story
My idea behind these lettuce wraps came from the savory appetizers I've had in a few Chinese restaurants. To keep things meatless, I combined homemade soy chorizo with lentils and some red bell pepper. Then I scooped the mixture into crisp, green lettuce leaves and topped them with a cilantro cream sauce. The flavors and textures of this dish are amazing, perfect to serve as a meatless starter.Read Full Story
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