Sweet potato fries with tahini BBQ sauce are sure to put a smile on any face. I bake them in the oven until crisp, then served with a tahini BBQ sauce that is all kinds of sweet, spicy and creamy. It is the perfect recipe for your next tailgate, meal prep, or lunch.
The Whole Foods salad bar is such a temptation for your wallet I cannot even tell you. They have all of the salads that my brain space simply could not throw together. How does one make more than one type of tempeh salad? On one of those trips I saw in the hot bar these sweet potato wedges with tahini BBQ.
And they say love at first sight does not exist.
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It’s fall now… and now time to break out the fall flavas. Normally, I am a summer girl, loving all the summer flavors. And, for the past few weeks, I’ve been nagging y’all about how much winter squash does not get a whole lot of loving. Well, we will be changing that ASAP with this Pumpkin Chocolate Chip Mug Cake. I cannot BEAR to go this entire season without a recipe with pumpkin in it.
Who’s with me?
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It’s the start… the start of fall. Time to let your basic out.
You know that I came to terms with last week? That there are zero pumpkin recipes on The Cutting Veg site. I know. I was as shocked as you are. So, like the good food blogger that I am, with fall coming around the corner, I had to bring ya at least one pumpkin recipe…
You know. Before the pitchforks come out.
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I do not eat oatmeal enough. And to be honest, that is a real shame.
I always get in breakfast funks. And it is not predictable about what kind of funk I will be in when. All I know is that 1) I will eat a breakfast item nonstop for about 2-3 weeks without getting tired of it. And 2) almost spontaneously, I will get sick of said food and have to relinquish it from my life for maybe six months.
Yeah, the results are pretty tragic.
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It’s time to have more fun. With de bun.
This might be my new favorite bowl to date.. and that is coming from a self proclaimed food-in-bowl addict. It is loaded with all of these goods like peanuts, rice noodles, a TON of herbs, veggies, and a funky yet delicious Vietnamese vinaigrette. And she is here to say HI BABES! I FREAKING LOVE YA.
She is a bowl of my dreams.
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We are learning how we can get lazy this week. And hey, that is a OK!
Because, serious question, my fellow lads and lassies. Have any of you made tamales before? I have. And they are delicious, but damn they are SO hard to make. The day that I made them, I remember spending hours wrapping the cornmeal with the corn husks and tying them together and steaming them. Yeah, that is a lot more work than I normally want to do in these cases. And honestly, the guacamole and the pico I made were winners compared to the corn tamales that took me hours to make.
So here we are, on a mission to be more lazy.
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I love coming through for my friends. Not that I don’t do so anyway.
One of the most popular recipes I get asked about on this blog is my goat cheese polenta. It is so delicious and creamy and the perfect way to pack on a little comfort as the weather starts to chill. I have gotten a ton of e-mails about how to modify polenta for various diets. Most of the time, these changes are super easy. Vegan? No goat cheese! Gluten free? It’s naturally gluten free! But grain free or paleo? That proved a little bit difficult to come up with an instant answer.
Well, until now!
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Hey Fall! Long time no see?!
Labor Day is a little bit of a weird holiday. It’s a soft winded goodbye to summer, and I’ve never been good at goodbyes but, here in DC, it will still be over 100 degrees for a long while. But honestly, I am so excited for fall. Fall is, without a doubt, my favorite season of all time. The weather get cooler. The vegetables get better (and I can have both butternut squash AND tomatoes! What??) It just smells like cloves and cinnamon all the time. Or at least I like to pretend it does.
Yeah, fall is pretty great.
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