Articles Tagged “winter”
The quickest, most adaptable lentil soup you can whip up all winter -- make a double batch and freeze it in anticipation of darker days.Read More »
Plump pasta parcels of roast butternut squash, from Ferrara in Emilia-Romagna.Read More »
Tom shares the virtues of routines and cabbage.Read More »
Amanda has a punchy kale salad for you, plus two secrets for making all the other kale salads you know even better.Read More »
A salad with more color than you've seen all winter.Read More »
Today, Merrill makes pantry soup with lentils, sausage and kale for her baby, Clara.
While we love our squashes, our root vegetables, our sturdy greens, let's face it: by the beginning of March, winter produce is feeling a bit tired.Read More »
In the last of these wintry weekends, braises are perfect projects to warm up your kitchen and convince your friends to bare the cold and come over.Read More »
Get out that bottle and take advantage.Read More »
Today: Gena proves that vegan food can provide that stick-to-your-ribs satisfaction that winter's chill elicits from our kitchens. Mushroom, Kale, and Quinoa Enchiladas -- along with a number of past New Veganism recipes -- will keep you sated and comforted until spring finally appears.
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