Month: January 2009

  • Soft Tacos with Green Chard, Caramelized Onions, and Queso Fresco

    These delicious tacos from Mexican Everyday are filled with a mixture of caramelized onions and sauteed green chard — definitely a departure from the norm for us! When we make tacos at home, we’re more likely to fill them with mahi-mahi or shredded chicken. We picked this recipe because it’s Vegetarian Week here at We […]

  • Broccoli and Tempeh Rice Bowl

    Tonight’s Vegetarian Week feature comes from the Washington Local and Seasonal Cookbook: tempeh, broccoli, and peppers are quickly stir fried with a sesame-soy marinade and served over a bowl of brown rice. This recipe is really quick to make — the longest part will be waiting for your rice to cook, so get that going […]

  • Roasted Vegetables with Chickpeas and Couscous

    Vegetarian Week continues here at We [Heart] Food, with this recipe (okay, it uses chicken stock, but you could replace with vegetable stock) from Fitness Food. Nothing too fancy here, just a huge plate of roasted vegetables over a bed of couscous and chickpeas. [donotprint] Lisa says: Waaahoooo! Chris says: I know, this is like […]

  • Porcini & Wild Rice Soup

    We decided that after a meat-heavy couple of months, it was time for a week’s worth of vegetarian meals. So we started off with tonight’s soup, adapted from a recipe in Veganomicon: The Ultimate Vegan Cookbook. This recipe is chock full o’ shrooms, makes the house smell fantastic, and best of all, is extremely easy […]

  • Honey Vanilla Ice Cream

    Lisa’s first attempt at making ice cream with her new toy worked out really well. She made a honey vanilla-bean ice cream that made us all very happy. This recipe came from… well, the manual for the ice cream maker. 🙂 [donotprint] Chris S. says: I scream… Cathy says: You scream… Chris says: We all […]