This was my first attempt at shakshuka, and I’m wondering why I didn’t do it sooner! Its a great balance of sweet and savory, and such a great brunch idea. A very easy way to feed a crowd and is amazing served with fresh bread to sop up all those juices. Fresh pita bread would also be amazing too.

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Hey all! Its been a hot minute since I posted on the blog. Summer was a busy one. Now that I’m back in the fall routine, my sights are set on all the delicious autumn recipes. Truth be told, comfort food is my favorite, so I cannot wait to try out some new recipes this season.

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So happy to be posting another delicious and easy vegetarian recipe on the blog. As you know, I’m trying to incorporate more plant-based meals into my diet. I find that many vegetarian recipes can have a longer prep time, but that’s definitely not these Sweet Korean Lentils! They only take 15 minutes to make and are so delicious and packed with fiber and protein!  I’m having lots of fun experimenting with meatless meals, and most of the time, you don’t miss the meat at all!  Definitely the case with this yummy dish.

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Fried rice is so easy to make, and so satisfying. Hard to go wrong with crispy rice, with vegetables, in a sweet and salty sauce. This recipe can be made vegan by swapping out honey for agave syrup. This easy tofu fried rice is perfect to make if you have some leftover rice in the fridge. But, heck, its so good its worth making a batch of rice to do this recipe!  If you are in a rush and don’t want to cook a batch of rice, you could easily use the store bought microwaveable packs in plain white or brown rice.

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I love easy stews. They are perfect for busy weeknights. The flavors in this greek turkey sausage stew are amazing. Mild sausage with onion, green pepper and greens, then topped with feta and olives?! If you love salty and savory things, this is the dish for you.  For stews like this, I tend to use store bought raw turkey sausage. I squeeze it out of the casing and break it up like you would ground meat. For dishes that contain only a few ingredients, its also great as it really flavors the stew without adding a bunch of seasoning.

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These waffle falafels totally won meatless monday the other night! The girls loved them, and were filling their pitas with everything they liked. Great alternative to taco night, so I’ll definitely be doing it more often. These came out so much better than baked falafels. Much more crispy thanks to the waffle iron, they browned up really nicely. I highly recommend doing them this way instead of baking them in the oven.

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