Quinoa Chili Burgers with Cashew Sour Cream

Garlicy cashew nut sour cream is hands down one of my best discoveries yet. Perfectly imitating a creamy dairy sauce with the humble cashew nut is what dreams are made of. Why do I love veggie burgers? Because they are jam-packed with awesome, wholesome, and tasty ingredients adorned with a whole bunch of other juicy, and delicious ingredients (Did somebody …

romeyQuinoa Chili Burgers with Cashew Sour Cream

The Happiness Bowl – Tai Red Rice with Kale, Pumpkin Seeds, Sun Dried Tomatoes + Miso & Lemon Rind dressing

Hello beautiful people, and hello change of season! This winter has come and gone in a flash. Perhaps it is that my internal body clock is slowing down, or maybe I’m just getting older. Either way, it’s forcing me to take time out, reflect and observe. With life doing its thing and me going along for the ride, something that has …

romeyThe Happiness Bowl – Tai Red Rice with Kale, Pumpkin Seeds, Sun Dried Tomatoes + Miso & Lemon Rind dressing

Toorver Dahl with Gem Squash & Tempering Spices

An Ode to Dickie! The story behind this week’s post is inspired by my grandfather’s love affair with India and all the things that accompany it, curry being the topic of the day. My Grandpa, affectionately referred to as “Dickie”, was a man of many loves and talents. He was quiet and rather eccentric in his tastes, interests and general way of …

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Alooh Palak – My Take On An Indian Classic

Man, I love easy recipes that taste divine. In fact that’s the epitome of great cooking to me. Being able to whip something up in only a matter of minutes and then to sit feeling fully satisfied afterwards, what more could a girl ask for? This meal is inspired by an ayurvedic cooking class I attended recently. I’m always looking …

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Chickpea, chili and coriander soup

Chickpea, chili, and coriander soup

Aah! The chickpea, also known as the garbanzo bean! This legume has a sweet flavor and contains more iron then any other legume. They are a great source of unsaturated fats, and also look like miniature hearts – which is humorous because therapeutically they are beneficial to the pancreas, stomach and the heart… Of course! There are many different varieties …

romeyChickpea, chili, and coriander soup