There's nothing like a bowl of fresh, sweet fruit salad in the summer. No one really needs a recipe for fruit salad, but here are some ideas to get you started.
A light, vegan lasagna made with artichokes, eggplant, and lemons.
If you grow your own herbs, this healthy salad is a great way to enjoy them... or show them off.
If you enjoy baking and have plenty of time, why not make some homemade hot cross buns? They're traditional during Good Friday, Easter, and Lent, but of course the recipe is just as delicious any time of the year.
Asparagus is a rather delicate vegetable, and steaming it correctly so that that stalks are done but the tips aren't soggy can be a real challenge. Here are three tried-and-tested techniques for perfectly-steamed asparagus without a steaming basket.
Serve leeks baked with several cheeses and a bit of cream over flavorful pasta or rice for a rich and delicious treat.
Light and tangy; perfect after a heavy, rich, or spicy meal.
Local Bounty: Seasonal Vegan Recipes, by Devra Gartenstein, offers a variety of recipes to help you enjoy fruits and vegetables at their individual seasonal peaks. Organized by season, each chapter starts with a list of that season's produce, divided by early, mid-, and late season.
Matzo balls (also spelled matzoh) are traditional Jewish dumplings, usually made with chicken fat and served in chicken soup. This vegetarian version tastes great in vegetable soup.
Both versions of this easy-to-prepare salad are wonderfully refreshing in the summertime.