Budget Friendly Spiced Instant Pot Lentils and RiceSeptember 17, 2017 by Kathy Hester Leave a Comment We all need to have a few budget-friendly recipes in our repertoire, and this Spiced Instant Pot Lentils and Rice is also quick and easy too! Note: This post is sponsored by Harris Teeter. All the opinions and the recipe are mine and I hope you enjoy it. When Harris Teeter asked me to make a meal for 4 under $20, I jumped at the chance.
Chard Stalk Hummus from The CSA CookbookSeptember 26, 2015 by Kathy Hester Leave a Comment Here’s another amazing recipe from The CSA Cookbook by Linda Ly. Last time we made kale stem pesto and in this recipe Linda shows you how to make all of the chard stalks into hummus! I think she’s my new hero. You do cook the chard stems a bit, but after that it’s as easy as traditional hummus. Plus you can feel great about the idea of no more chard stems in your compost!!
Vegan Slow Cooker Potato and Bean MoleJanuary 29, 2016 by Kathy Hester 20 Comments Welcome to another sponsored post for theÂ Idaho Potato Commission. I love working with them because they are great people, and I get to cook with potatoes. That’s a win-win every time! I have a super-flavorful recipe for aÂ Vegan Slow Cooker Potato and Bean Mole for you just in time for the weekend. If you haven’t made mole before, you might be a little intimidated, but it’s so much easier than you think it is.
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