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Pan-Fried Vegan Gyoza

savory Japanese dumplings, usually filled with cabbage and pork. Thankfully, I’ve found that animal products aren’t necessary when it comes to creating a rich and delicious filling.

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Mediterranean Artichoke and Potato Ragout

A ragout is a slow-cooked French-style stew. While the French originally declared meat or fish as a necessary ingredient

Chocolate Strawberry Shortcakes

Strawberry shortcake, a beloved harbinger of spring, unites three sublime elements; a sweet cake or biscuit, macerated strawberries, and whipped cream.

Spring Pot Pie

A lovely dish to make for a Sunday dinner or spring holiday, Chef Linda’s vegan Spring Pot Pie is full of flavor and lusciousness.

Lentil and Root Vegetable Shepherd’s Pie

Patrick’s Day but this Lentil and Root Vegetable Shepherd’s Pie is one you’ll want to make whenever you need chilly-day comfort food because that’s when many root vegetables are at their best.

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Simple Winter Citrus Salad

Some say February is the cruelest month; so close to spring but struggling to free itself from winter’s chilly embrace.

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Weeknight Pesto Pizza

Homemade pizza on a weeknight? Oh yes! And did we mention it’s vegan and scrumptious? Check it out!!

Lemon & Spice Hot Cross Buns

I never understood or appreciated Hot Cross Buns. As a child, the package on the counter meant that either Easter or my grandparents were coming;

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Spicy Summertime Seitan Wraps

When the weather heats up, the kitchen cools down! Give your oven a break (and keep your house cool, too) by preparing these delicious Spicy Summertime Seitan Wraps,

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Lemon-Tarragon Spring Bowl

Celebrate spring, that short but beloved season, by making this Lemon-Tarragon Spring Bowl.