Roasting vegetables brings out all kinds of flavor and depth. There's no set recipe - just toss a few of your favorite veggies with oil and salt and roast!
Quinoa is quick and easy to prepare, and it adds a subtle but wonderful flavor to vegetables.
Quick-cooking mung beans make a nutritious, protein-packed salad.
You probably know that oysters are an aphrodisiac, but as a vegetarian, that doesn't do you much good. Here are some vegetarian aphrodisiacs to consider for Valentine's day or some other occasion for a romantic meal.
Rich, cold, and a lovely shade of orange, carrot vichyssoise swirled with a balsamic reduction will impress your friends and delight your tastebuds - only you will know how simple it is to prepare.
Quick-cooking quinoa and your choice of veggies makes a terrific and healthy pilaf.
This spicy, garlicky, and surprisingly sweet black bean soup is hearty enough to stick to your ribs!
This is a very simple but richly-flavored soup.
A rich, thick stew made with seitan and lots of good veggies. It's especially tasty served with hot French bread on a cold night.
Warm up quickly with this easy but flavorful vegan soup.