Brazilian Black Bean Soup

Tony asked me if I would do more bean dishes. Of course I will. There's nothing like a comforting bowl of beans and rice on a cold day. I see no end in sight for different types of dishes. I keep thinking that I will run out of options, but so far I haven't. It's [...]

Greek Style Black Eyed Peas

Happy New Year everyone!  Let's hope this year goes better than the last.  Hopefully you have learned about building your own workout station at home.  With COVID, it's a good excuse not to give the gym your hard earned money.  Make sure who you follow is legit too.  Anyone can say they are professionals, but [...]

Mesquite Chickpea Burger

I really haven't done too may burgers this summer. I guess I haven't been as inspired this year because of what's going on. With that being said, this veggie burger recipe is something that I only see with meat. Mesquite is typically associated with smoked meat. While I am pretty much a vegetarian now, that [...]

Gullah Red Rice

When I first saved this recipe to blog, I didn't really know the history of this dish. Looking a bit further, I found out this is an African American from South Carolina. But, it's more than that. According to Wikipedia, "The Gullah are African Americans who live in the Lowcountry region of the U.S. states of Georgia, Florida, and South Carolina, in both the [...]

Indian Spiced Tofu Black Bean Burger

I am always drawn the veggie burger recipes. I can't get enough of them. I like to try different recipes and note what worked and what didn't. When I made my Southwest Veggie Burger, the taste was spot on. However, it did not stay together well. That seems to be the case with a lot [...]

Sundubu Jjigae (Korean Spicy Soft Tofu Stew)

I chose a Korean dish this week because it was simple to make with lots of flavor. Also, this dish was not a dish that would be overly salty. I started with a recipe from My Korean Kitchen and made some changes. Typically Asian dishes use a lot of salty ingredients. This one does not [...]