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Pumpkin Dhal

I've been in a haze of reading and researching over the past few days, which means less time with the food and more time with the paperworks and politics that compose trying to get funding via government programs and a Kickstarter Campaign. My little secret over the past few months is that I have been working on adding a new service to Plates for Plants, making a full blown business so that I cna love my passion even more than just through blogging and writing ebooks.

Eggplant Curry

Almost every time I have more than one or two people over for dinner, I seem to gravitate towards making an indian themed spread. It's juts instinctually what I think of and plan for.

Red Bean Curry Soup

RAIIINNNN!

7 Quick and Easy Dinners

Even the most passionate chef has days where a simple and easy dinner is welcome and appreciated. Not all delicious meals take hours in the kitchen and simplicity is an art in and of itself. Using the simple and amazing flavor of fresh produce the create an enjoyable meal is just as delicious as the 6 hour gourmet meal without all the fuss.Most nights, we make super simple grain bowl type meals. Cook your grain or starch of choice; rice, quinoa, millet, potatoes, sweet potatoes or anythign that tickles your fancy.Then use toppings of choice! Here are a ...

Chickpea Curry

We all have those recipes that we can make blindfolded with one arm tied behind our backs. That used to be boxed mac and cheese in my world (well kinda, I still managed to mess it up somhow), it's an understatement to say that things have changed.Before going veg, I was basically hopeless in the kitchen, I could do the basics and thats about it. Which meant that I relied far too much on pre-made or packaged meals. I thought that real cooking was either difficult or too time consuming. How wrong was I?When I went veg ...
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