Vegan carrot salad with turmeric and cinnamon

from Instagram: I keep hearing how turmeric is so good for us, so I’m trying to work it into more dishes. This one has turmeric, cinnamon, cumin, garlic powder, and olive oil tossed with shredded carrot, almonds, and raisins. It’s not for everyone but if you like Indian curries and briyanis I recommend it! #vegan #plantbased #healingspices http://ift.tt/2rjKFNw

Thai Red Curry with Kabocha Squash

My favorite Thai restaurant has a dish that a friend turned me on to several years ago. It’s quite possible that without her recommendation, I’d never have tried it and experienced the magic. It’s a pumpkin red curry, and up to that point I was a staunch yellow curry fan. And I only liked squash in one thing: pumpkin pie (which isn’t even close to my favorite pie). But I instantly fell in love with the pumpkin red curry (made with kabocha squash). It became my go-to dish at Thai Spices and it’s not something I’ve seen at other Thai restaurants for some reason. Eventually I tried…

Bean and Cabbage Stew

Good cabbage prices means it was my go-to green veggie recently. Most of what I bought went into Asian-style dishes. But with a remaining half sitting in the produce bin, I wanted to make a veggie-packed stew with it as a change of pace. Having a hearty vegetarian stew in the freezer is awesome for those days when I haven’t gotten enough veggies with my meals. It’s an easy way to get a bunch at once. I pulled together this stew, inspired by another one I love, and paired it with a piece of toasted Buttermilk Oatmeal Bread spread with butter. Simple, and delicious!

Delicious stir fried cabbage

St. Patrick’s day brought great sale prices on green cabbage, so I’ve had a couple to use for new things this month. One new thing was a stir fried cabbage that I absolutely loved, and was able to use both as a regular side dish and as an ingredient in my customized version of Dragon Noodles. My husband found this recipe too sweet for his taste, but I couldn’t get enough.

Seasoned roasted potato wedges

These days I’m on the lookout for new, delicious ways to prepare a bunch of russet potatoes. This recipe for Oven Potato Wedges from onceamonthmeals.com was a big hit. Most of them went in the freezer for future meals, and I don’t know how well they’ll reheat yet, but I’m optimistic. The fresh ones were delicious, mostly thanks to the seasoning blend. It’s called Best Burger Seasoning and it adds a lot of flavor and a little spice to basic roasted potatoes. Process notes used 12 potatoes (which were on the small side) 3 tbsp vegetable oil 2 tbsp Best Burger Seasoning blend…