Traditional Italian Calzone are not made with tomato sauce in them and neither are these! The only non-traditional about them is that they’re vegan!
This crunchy, bitter sweet and spicy salad makes a tasty appetizer, side or addition to any meal, even brunch!
Root vegetables are so fun and versatile. You can eat them in a stew, a soup, raw, baked, or roasted – among other ways – and make a fantastic vehicle for almost any flavour profile. Be sure to taste them before using, so you can decide on quantity of each, based on your own personal preferences. This tart makes an excellent appetizer, brunch item or lunch with a side salad. Enjoy!
This is my first official autumn recipe of the year.
It’s my favourite cooking season, and this is one of the easiest things to make. It goes lovely by itself, as a dessert, with savoury dishes or as a topping on pancakes or oatmeal.
The first year or two that I was in school, kindergarten and grade 1, I used to come home for lunch. I used to wish all the way from school that it would be tomato soup and grilled cheese sandwiches. I’ve yet to find a vegan cheese that makes the cut but this vegan cream of tomato soup is pretty awesome…