Hearty carrots combine with earthy lentils in this playfully sweet and good-for-you dish.
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An intriguing, light, twist on your classic cheese souffle using shredded carrots.
Brats, potatoes, and cabbage are slow simmered in a beef and beer broth for this warming German-inspired dish.
Flavorful turkey pot pie with a surprise in the crust: garlic, bacon, cheddar biscuits! That’s a perfect combo!
These single serving veggie pot pies are easy to put together and feature a wheat crust, for added nutrition.
You’ll find a couple unexpected ingredients in this Tart Cherry Chili. Including carrots and the cherries themselves, who would think their sweet and tart nature would be perfect for a chili?
Sweet and deep flavor of tomato paste create the perfect backdrop for subtle and light zucchini paired with still slightly crisp but caramelized carrots in this pizza that is a vegetarian delight.
Figs add a sweetness that bring out the flavors of the carrots, and complement well with the bright, acidic flavor of the tomatoes and vinegar in this fig pasta dish that is great warm or cold.
A slightly sweet and lemony glaze brings bright and flavorful baby carrots to a whole new level.
One of the things I really love about having people come to visit is the excuse it gives us to make a fancy meal. You can’t pound a whole roast or massive lasagna with two people. You just can’t. Unless of course, you want leftovers for the month. And sometimes …
I am not wonder woman. I’m sure you all would have easily mistaken me. Right? Actually, I think the real the problem is, I tend to mistake myself. I regularly give myself an impossibly long list of tasks to get done in a day, or morning, or hour, and then …
What is bulgur, you ask? A few weeks ago, I was asking the same question. Bulgur is a quick-cooking form of whole wheat that has been cleaned, parboiled, dried, and ground. It is high in fiber, B vitamins, iron, phosphorus, and manganese. Bulgur is ready to eat after just a …
These kaiser rolls are a touch out of the ordinary, using wheat flour and sneaking some carrot into the dough. Trust me, you won’t know the difference.