Beet Hummus

Beet Hummus

Have you noticed beet hummus in stores yet? It seems to be popping up ever so discretely; or as discrete as magenta-colored hummus can be. I’ve only seen it in two stores round these parts and it doesn’t seem to be selling like hotcakes. I wonder if...
Baked Cauli-Tots

Baked Cauli-Tots

Nutrify your tator tot. There’s a new book buzzing around called The 52 New Foods Challenge and it’s changing the way families eat. Have you heard of it? Written by the talented Jennifer Tyler Lee, The 52 New Foods Challenge is a family cookbook designed...
Tips for Making Homemade Hummus + Olive Hummus Recipe

Tips for Making Homemade Hummus + Olive Hummus Recipe

Ya’ll, this homemade olive hummus is legit. I don’t toot my own horn very often, but for this, I must. I got these meaty, zingy olives from the downtown Charleston farmers market. They come from a farm in California and are packed locally in Charleston...
Sun-Dried Tomato Spread

Sun-Dried Tomato Spread

For this month’s redux challenge – making or using dehydrated foods – I REALLY wanted to make fruit leather. Unfortunately, I don’t have a dehydrator, I didn’t have much time to use the sun method, and my oven is acting a fool (it seems...
Vegetarian Tempeh Meatballs

Vegetarian Tempeh Meatballs

Last night I was in the mood for something comforting. A pasta and meatball kind of comfort. I’ve made tempeh meatballs in the past, but I’ve never been satisfied with their moisture level; they were always so dry. Flavorful, but dry. So rather than baking...
Sweet Basil Apricot Bites

Sweet Basil Apricot Bites

This month’s Recipe Redux Challenge couldn’t have fit my needs better. It feels like I’ve been in a time crunch ALL month, and thankfully, these bites just took minutes to throw together. All in the month of August, David and I have moved into a new...