grandma’s beet dip

There was one thing that was always present at my grandma’s lunch table, beet dip. Call it what you want, beet dip, beet hummus, beet heaven, beet (insert your favorite word here). It really is just beets in its best form: adaptable, spreadable and utterly craveable. 

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kale salad with almond lemon dressing and flax-almond crumble

Kale is not dead! This green leafy veg is still very much relevant. Let's face it, it’s hard not to love a good kale salad. So I present you the ultimate kale salad base to reinvigorate your love for you guessed it, kale. 

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ras el hanout lentil stew

A wonderfully fragrant and warm lentil stew. All thanks to Ras el Hanout, a wonderful mixture of spices often making an appearance in Moroccan cuisine. This aromatic spice blend will turn your standard lentil stew up a notch and leave you with a feeling of warmth, nourishment and comfort. 

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sweet potato and chickpea tagine

Fall is here! That means jackets and sweaters are out of the closet, and many of us are frantically looking for our favorite wooly hat. But most importantly, we are all more than likely craving the comfort that only a pot of warm, steaming food can bring. 

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mejadra with caramelized leeks and coconut

Mejadra is a Middle Eastern staple and one of my favorite dishes. You’ll find I am a big fan of lentils. Lentils are a wonderful source of fiber and iron, and are very versatile. The spices in this dish, like coriander and allspice, give off the most beautiful scent...

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