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Lauren’s Kitchen

Lauren's Kitchen

Lauren Hubele shares some of her favorite plant-based recipes from all over the web.

Lauren’s Celeriac a boulangère

November 8, 2018

Embracing the seasons can get challenging as winter approaches.  To lend a hand, and keep you inspired I”ll be dedicating the weeks ahead to a few unsung cold weather veggie heroes. Today’s recipe features celeriac,  a root vegetable I came to appreciate during my years in Germany.  Now available in the U.S. you will find…

Lauren’s Grain-Free Granola

November 1, 2018

There is just one problem with this granola, and that is keeping it on hand because it’s just so delicious! The good news –  making a double batch is no extra effort. Enjoy this list of ingredients as is or feel free to mix and match with what you have on hand.  I must say,…

A Simple Squash Stew

October 27, 2018

Just in time for Halloween is this take on Anna Jones’ six-ingredient squash stew. There happen to be just a few more than six ingredients but they are all items you’re likely to have on hand. Ingredients Olive oil, for frying 1 onion, peeled and finely chopped 1 fennel bulb, finely chopped (or a small…

Lauren’s Kitchen: Shredded Rainbow Salad

Feb 9, 2015 | 0 Comments

If you are done with baby greens and your salad plate needs something more to pique your interest, this is especially for you. Lucky for me, I happened upon this recipe while I was in Germany where cabbage is the national veggie. Jess Nadel’s Shredded Rainbow Salad was a hit with the family and it kept well for a second round at lunch which made everyone happy. If you enjoy this you may also want to check out Jess’ recent book, Greens 24/7. Printer-friendly version

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Lauren’s Kitchen: Citrus, Fennel & Avocado Salad

Feb 3, 2015 | 0 Comments

It may not be spring quite yet but you will sure feel it’s approach with this citrus-y salad from foodiecrush. Chock full of spring flavors, this blend of crunchy fennel, creamy avocados and juicy sliced citrus makes a great pack along lunch or the perfect first course. Look for locally grown fennel available now at Wheatsville, Boggy Creek Farms or your neighborhood farmer’s market. Printer-friendly version

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Lauren’s Kitchen: Simple Carrot Soup

Jan 26, 2015 | 0 Comments

Last week I brought home a gorgeous bunch of freshly picked carrots from Boggy Creek Farms and knew they had to go into Heidi Swanson’s Simple Carrot Soup immediately. It was divine. The slightly sweet carrots were warmed to just the right degree with the addition of red curry paste and blended velvety smooth with coconut milk. I think I need to make this again. Printer-friendly version

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Lauren’s Kitchen: Hearty Dinner Salad

Jan 19, 2015 | 0 Comments

Hearty Seasonal Dinner Salad anyone? Bring it on! There are so many good things to say about this delicious salad created by Choosing Raw author Gena Hamshaw I don’t know where to begin. Here’s hopefully enough teasers that should inspire you to add these ingredients to your next shopping list: make ahead, meal-sized, yummy tamarind vinaigrette. Need tamarind? Look for an organic tamarind paste at your local Whole Foods or online. This salad will be a crowd pleaser so be sure to make…

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Lauren’s Kitchen: Stuffed Savoy Cabbage

Jan 12, 2015 | 0 Comments

It’s gray and it’s cold and we all are craving something warm and hearty for dinner, right? Here’s the perfect solution that uses the gorgeous, in season, and locally grown savoy cabbage. Sweeter and milder than other cabbage varieties, savoy is quite family-friendly. Steaming and filling these bundles is not as time consuming as one would think and pre-made rolls store well overnight in the fridge providing a pop-in-the-oven-meal perfect for any weeknight. The combinations for fillings are literally endless but…

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