Yup! You heard us, beet and watercress together at last. This salad was actually an accident, we intended to use arugula but it was almost three times the price as watercress so we quickly changed our minds. Watercress has such a peppery flavor that we knew it would fit in just fine. Add some goat feta a handful of mint and a vinegar dressing and we had ourselves a killer spring salad.
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In this world of crazy processed food and bizarre snacks that claim to be natural and made from pure ingredients when some say they’re not even really food, baked kale chips are a healthy, simple homemade alternative when you just need a little something to snack on. Warning: this snack is so tasty the aforementioned “little” may turn into “a lot”…and we will not be held responsible.
We’re huge soup fans. Like, huge! A fabulous catch-all for vegetables in your fridge, and super easy to make while you’re multitasking with that big life/work/home project (soup pretty much cooks itself!). This is an incredibly simple vegetarian, dairy and gluten free soup. If you’re a meat eater, you can use chicken stock instead of veggie stock. The key is to bake the squash first, so don’t skip that step!
This heavenly, delicious Roasted Garlic & Potato Pizza is Willowtree’s monthly collaboration with Andrea of Heavy Petal. Just as you have received in past month’s, we provide a recipe using a seasonal ingredient, then Andrea provides her tips for growing that ingredient in your garden.
This was our first attempt at making potato pizza and we’ll tell ya, it was a breeze. What makes this a dream pizza for food sensitivity folks is that there is no sauce or cheese, and if you use Willowtree’s gluten free . And adding a sprinkle of course sea salt (we love Maldon) gives an extra dimension and crunch.
Someone once told us they would never eat this soup because it looks too healthy. We politely laughed along with them, and then replied, “No problem, more for us!”.
Jambalaya is known as as a simple, easy-to-prepare dish and something you might eat if you are looking for that ‘stick to your ribs’ kind of meal. In other words, it’s hearty, filling, and this one has a nice bite to it.
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Meat eaters rejoice, this is a delicious dish that satisfies both your cravings for protein and curry. It’s a snap to make in the kitchen, and we found that it makes enough for lunch tomorrow. To make this dish vegetarian, substitute the chicken for strips of tofu. Enjoy!
Hello November! Well didn’t the weather (and the temperature) change just about as fast as you can say ‘where the heck did I pack my gloves & scarf’?!
Maybe you live in a beautiful southern place where the weather is still warm, and not to discount how beautiful Fall is here in Canada, but it’s become pretty darn chilly pretty darn fast.
This coleslaw needs no introduction. Yes, we are loving fall; yes, we still have so many apples that this recipe helps us enjoy them; and yes, it’s as easy as pie to make (I wonder where that saying came from; pie isn’t always easy, right?).
Great as it’s own side dish, or served on top of a protein (we were thinking fish), in any season, this coleslaw is straight up yummy. And no dairy or gluten to be found in it!
You know those long sleeved sweatshirts with the little thumbhole feature? Soup is like those sweatshirt thumbholes: they both are highly underrated, deserving much, much, more attention and fan fare; both get a high rating on the warm & cozy scale; and both just make you feel better, right?!