Nut Lentil Bites | Component Cooking

I feel there is no greater go-to recipe for a vegetarian kitchen than a fritter, cake, or bite. Legumes, nuts, and/or grains combined with vegetables in some arrangement that can be baked or fried; it’s easily the star of a recipe. These lentil bites have been around on the site for a couple years now […]

Continue Reading

Buttered Fava Bean Salad with Soft-Boiled Eggs

Fava beans always look so enticing at the market. The big pods with fresh beans tucked inside lead to dreaming about future recipes. And yet, it’s easy to feel a bit overwhelmed. Fava beans have a two-shelling process which is a bit labor intensive. But, I’ve found time and again, it’s worth it. If I […]

Continue Reading

Fruit Chutney | Component Cooking

Chutney is one of my favorite condiments. It’s highly adaptable to what might be in season, it can be spiced up or dressed down, and can be the star of a recipe or a nice topping. The term chutney is a pretty loose one that can encompass many different types of condiments that traditionally used […]

Continue Reading

Oat Teff Pancakes

You may think, based on photos I’ve shared or things I’ve written, that my pantry is perfectly organized. It may be organized for a few days but eventually, it becomes overrun with grains, legumes, and canned items. Usually once it gets out of control, I start cooking my way back to organized. For a month […]

Continue Reading

CURRIED CAULIFLOWER RICE + CHICKPEA SAUTE

Weeknight dinners. Humpf. Actually most dinners lately. It’s tough to not be making two different meals with toddlers whose utensil skills are questionable. Sometimes we all eat the same thing but often times it’s a different version of the same thing. Maybe taco salad for Hugh and I but those goods wrapped in a tortilla for […]

Continue Reading

Carrot Curry with Kale and Paneer

I have a self-admitted problem of sidelining greens. I’ll eat them every day but rarely are they the key to the recipe. Sure, most salads wouldn’t be salads without the greens. Yet, it’s rarely about them. I labeled this carrot curry but in reality, the kale is the core. The carrots are pureed into a […]

Continue Reading