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Spinach, quinoa, and sundried tomatoes

It’s no secret that I love food.  I love to cook it, eat it, think about it, and shop for it.  What I’m making for dinner is often the first thing on my mind when I get up in the morning.  That’s why I love the internet.  You can find inspiration around every virtual corner.  The following recipes are some of my favorites for this week. Continue reading “What’s Cooking?”

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Four Beans

Whether you call yourself a vegetarian or not, everybody can benefit from a couple of meat free meals per week. Veggies are gentle on our systems, easier for our bodies to break down.  Not to mention easier on the wallet.

Often people think they would like to try say, ‘Meatless Monday’ but they just don’t know where to start. Well fear not my friends!  The great thing about veggie blogs is they’re not just for vegetarians.  At a new green leaf not only do you get all my favorites that I cook at home but some great inspiration from around the web too.

The following are some of the super yummy recipes that I want to try this week. Continue reading “What’s Cooking?”

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green pear

So many recipes, so little time…

Welcome to another post covering all the amazing veggie recipe ideas I’m finding from around the web.

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What’s Cooking?

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Pepitas

The thing with food is, it’s not like exercise, “I could take it or leave it,” you might say.  With food, you have to eat.  Every day.  Several times a day.  So even if you love food, as I do, sometimes it can all feel a bit too hard.  Hand up if the divine dinner you were planning in your head on the way home from work via picking the kid up from school turns into boiled eggs, plain pasta and veggie sticks?

This is one of the reasons I love the internet.  Who would have thought there were so many ways to prepare the humble vegetable?  For every recipe, there are at least five different takes on it – and mouth-watering pictures to go with them!  Here’s what I’m digging from around the web this week.
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capsicum, kale, carrot, and onion

When I feel like I’m in a bit of a cooking rut I like to get inspiration from around the web.  It may be a twist on an old favorite, or a veggie that I haven’t had in rotation for a while.  Here are my picks for this week. Continue reading “What’s Cooking?”

What’s Cooking?

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what's cooking 3

It’s the school holidays in my neck of the woods.  That means we’re busy, busy, busy. Having to juggle play dates, work, family adventures, and paper mache computer game characters (don’t ask) means I’m turning in this post a day late.  But better late than never, right?

My priorities shift when school’s out and you can forget about my well thought out family routine.   But that’s okay, it’s nice to have the little dude at home.  During this time I don’t want to have to think too hard about nourishing my family.  Luckily, I have come across some super tasty recipes from around the web that I can whip up pretty quickly. Continue reading “What’s Cooking?”

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Almonds, peas, and mint

Got friends coming ’round on Friday night for a BBQ?  Want to mix it up a bit by serving an old favorite in a different way?  Here are my picks of mouthwatering veggie recipes from around the web this week.

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