Summer is here! The season of peaches, tomatoes, porches, and swimming holes. Our fridge is already packed to gills with luscious peaches, and we are enjoying every minute of it! In honor of all things Summer, we’ve partnered with a fantastic group of bloggers and Instagrammers who love peaches just as much as we do!
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When it comes to vegetables, a mixed salad is one of the easiest ways to use what you got. With a little bit of this, and a little bit of that, left over veggies go from lonesome to loved.
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The japanese sweet potato. It begs to be topped and stuffed with delicious beans, greens, and sauces; it wants to be your main course.
Continue reading “Loaded Japanese Sweet Potato with BBQ Hempeh, Baby Butter Beans, and Grapefruit Dressed Arugula”
May we just tell you how much we love beans? What a great source of protein, right? Plus, they are a blank canvas for flavor. This may just be our new favorite way to eat butter beans!
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Move over, red sauce! Roasted fennel, cherry tomatoes, and arugula in warm almond cream is here!
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We want japanese sweet potatoes every day. Seriously, they are that good. Roasted and naked, or topped with goodies like we’ve done here; they are a perfect no-fuss meal.
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We love green beans! Roasted, sautéed, or grilled, they are a veggie staple for us. We toss them in a stirfry, mix them in our luch salad, and even snack on them as an alternative to the “not-so-healthy” nightime treat. Cast Iron Green Beans with Tomatoes and Tzatziki.
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If you’ve got some tomatoes and watermelon hanging out in the fridge, use them here. This salad is really perfect for the time of year. The lovely colors are reminiscent of a Summertime fruit salad, but looks toward cooler weather with the addition of couscous making it a bit more hearty. It’s great for reunions and picnics too. You can keep the individual components separate, and combine everything quickly when you get to your destination.
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