Citrus Infused Tofu and Udon Noodle Salad

Citrus Infused Tofu and Udon Noodle Salad

This is the PERFECT first-day-of-Spring meal!  Light, citrusy, healthy AND flavorful. It’ll make you have a better appreciation for tofu – promise If you like the taste of orange zest, you’ll really enjoy this dish. Eat Well Charleston!! CITRUS INFUSED TOFU AND UDON NOODLE SALAD Serves 4 Ingredients Tofu: 1 1-lb package firm tofu, sliced […]

Black Bean Soup with Roasted Corn and Red Pepper Quesadillas

black bean soup

  On rainy, cold days I often turn to warm thick soups to take off the chill.  I’ve been making this black bean soup for a few years now, after my aunt sent me The Real Food Daily Cookbook, by Ann Gentry.  Her LA-based vegan restaurants, Real Food Daily, are absolutely amazing!  If I had […]

Brussels Sprouts – Two Ways

Sauteed Brussels Sprouts with Shallots and Walnuts

Most people I come into contact with seem to have an aversion to Brussels sprouts.  I believe the reasons are two-fold.  For one, their first encounter with it was likely a tasteless, limp, boiled version.  Second, they are just plain dumbfounded when it comes to preparation, so avoiding them altogether is just, well, easier. I’m […]

Lisa’s White Bean Enchiladas

Lisa's Enchiladas

My dear friend from Kalamazoo, MI, Lisa Cavanaugh, cooked this dish for my husband and me over six years ago – and my husband (you know him, the lover of all foods Mexican) to this day asks why I don’t make it more often.  Truthfully I lost the recipe, so I gave Lisa a call […]

February Food of the Month: Kale

Kale and Avocado Salad

Food of the Month: Kale It’s Heart Month, and while most of us would like to see chocolate being featured, I’d be remiss if I didn’t focus on the amazing nutrient profile of kale.  Available in abundance this time of year at your local grocer, there’s no excuse not to pick up a bunch (or […]