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Carrot Hot Dogs

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You are sure to score points at your next tailgate party with this recipe for vegan and gluten-free Carrot Hot Dogs — yes, carrot! [yumprint-recipe id=’51’]

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Kale and Sausage Pie

In Breakfast & Brunch, Latest, Main Dishes by the dirty hippie and the bohemian girl0 Comments

[yumprint-recipe id=’39’]This hearty recipe works for any meal: breakfast, brunch, lunch or dinner. It can also travel, makes yummy leftovers, and can be made-ahead, even better. As written, this recipe is vegan and nut-free, and can be easily gluten-free. The only real planning you need to do for this recipe is to make sure your frozen hash brown shreds are …

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Slow Cooker Cacciatore

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Vegan cacciatore? Sure, why not?! We made ours with chickenless strips and just tossed all the ingredients into a slow cooker. The result? A delicious and complex cacciatore that is almost effortless! Traditionally, cacciatore is an Italian dish made with chicken, rabbit or salami that is stewed with onion, garlic and tomato. In Italian, cacciatore means “hunter” and this is …

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Thai-Inspired Tofu Satay

In Appetizers and Snacks, Main Dishes, Recipes, Super Bowl by the dirty hippie and the bohemian girl1 Comment

A lot of people are scared of tofu. After all, it looks like a blocky white sponge, which isn’t a gorgeous way for dinner to begin. But don’t be afraid! Tofu is easy to handle and high in protein. Per 1/2 cup, it boasts 10 grams of protein, as well as calcium, iron, vitamin A, magnesium and potassium. Pretty impressive …

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Chinese Long Life Noodles with Stir-Fry

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Chinese New Year happens on February 19th in 2015, and we’re entering the Year of the Goat. Or the Year of the Sheep. Actually, it’s the Year of the Ram – which can be a goat or sheep, so take your pick. Me, I like ’em both, but goats are among my favorite animals. Tradition describes those born in the …

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Elegant Stuffed Portobellos

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Our Elegant Stuffed Portobellos are easy as far as skill level, but they do take a little time. Plan for about one hour of kitchen work if you are cooking solo. And since you’re cooking with white wine, you get to drink wine while you stir rice on the stove top! This recipe is vegan and gluten-free as written. If …

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Loaded Baked Potato Soup

In Main Dishes, Recipes, Salads & Soups, Winter Soup by the dirty hippie and the bohemian girl1 Comment

Just the words “loaded baked potato” make me smile. I can see it in my mind… a big potato, steaming hot and piled high with all sorts of yummy goodness like sour cream, cheese, bacon bits and green onions. Maybe salsa or broccoli, too, if I am feeling healthy. So why not put all that deliciousness into a soup? This …

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Holiday Lentil Loaf

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Christmas dinner often means an elegant dinner, surrounded by family, friends and those you adore. So the centerpiece of the meal should be special and delicious. But it doesn’t have to mean all day in the kitchen, so try our Lentil Loaf. The complex flavors are ideal for a special meal, but the method is simple. Don’t be deterred by the …

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Stuffed Latkes

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What Are Latkes?  These delicious vegan, gluten-free stuffed latkes are great for Hanukkah. Latkes are potato pancakes, and many families have traditional recipes handed down through generations. In addition to fried latkes, fried jelly donuts, called Sufganiot, are another favorite. But salty, crisp latkes are a favorite around the world! Fried foods are eaten on Hanukkah in commemoration of the oil that …