I have the best intentions when it comes to being healthy, but even with all the time I spend researching, reading, and speaking with experts, I'm confused sometimes as to which choices are the best. If I like lentils and quinoa equally, is one better than the other? Read the full post Lentils vs. Show More Summary
I've been in the hole after spending all of my money on psych ward bills. This is a story about how I crashed a funeral in order to eat something that is not a bowl of curried lentils (have two pounds of the stuff left in my freezer), manager’s special bread, or bruised bananas.
I thought I'd jot off a quick post for those of you who like to see what I pack to eat when I travel. I have one more day in Hong Kong before flying back to San Francisco, and I'll be sad to leave. This trip has been far too quick - Hong Kong is an amazing city, and the people couldn't be more kind, friendly, or generous. Show More Summary
Love salad but tired of all those greens? Now you can have your salads lettuce-free with recipes revolving around quinoa, lentils, garbanzo beans, seasonal vegetables and more with these ideas, ready in an hour or less:
Two graduates have set up a cafe in Glasgow to help female asylum seekers build new connections through food. When I visit, the specials are mackerel tart and lentil and coconut soup.
4.41 / 5 Stars | 65 Reviews by Hetal "A quick, colorful and spicy protein-rich salad or side dish" View Complete Recipe Details and Reviews
Boring grilled chicken, blah salad greens, blanched veggies, even a ho-hum bowl of lentils: Meet your new best friend. Terry Hope Romero's take on the classic French dressing of olive oil, shallots and mustard is amazingly versatile and comes together in a flash. Show More Summary
4.18 / 5 Stars | 29 Reviews by SUDHARAM "This is a hearty soup of yellow lentils and sweet potatoes. Adjust the seasoning as you like with the jalapeno, and garnish with your choice of cilantro or green onions." View Complete Recipe Details and Reviews
1. The limits of self-driving trucks? 2. Indian public announcements. 3. United had men-only flights until 1970. 4. Profile of Hélène Rey (pdf). 5. Canada is the world’s biggest exporter of lentils.
4.45 / 5 Stars | 59 Reviews by Autumn Leaves "I've seen a lot of recipes for this soup; however, my mother-in-law adds tomato paste for a bit of a different flavour and she doesn't add any lentils or beans. It's thick, filling, and delicious, and you could make it vegetarian by using vegetable stock." View Complete Recipe Details and Reviews
These freaking tacos, man! Honestly, I have no idea where good taco pictures come from because it’s really, really hard to take a good taco pic. This is something I realized last night while trying to stage and photograph these lentil walnut taco wraps so they’d look remotely cute in pics. Show More Summary
Underprivileged girls and young women in Nepal are stepping up in a big way for their neighbors in need after Saturday's devastating earthquake. About 20 girls who live in the affected region are cooking rice and lentils, and providing first aid kits for those impacted by the magnitude-7.8 earthquake, People.com reported. Show More Summary
4.26 / 5 Stars | 235 Reviews by bobawood "This is my own adaptation of an Indian recipe. It doesn't look like much, but it is surprisingly yummy. Serve this for dinner over hot rice or a diced baked potato. Pair with carrots, cauliflower, or a fresh sliced tomato for a full meal." View Complete Recipe Details and Reviews
This post originally appeared on Food52. Until the very end, this recipe seems to be an exercise in austerity. It’s not like lentil stew has ever been a meal of wild excess, but this one is even more restrained: For a still-not-completely-clear...Show More Summary
In her article “Abortion, a Love Story” Gila Lyons describes an abortion she had. Lyons seems to have been aware that she was carrying a baby. She says: Our baby was the size of a lentil, with a poppy-seed heart that beat 167 times per minute, twice the rate of mine. It had veins, brainwaves, arm and leg […]
Beautiful dahl recipe from The Happy Pear cookbook. I'm so in love with their food! I had to substitute a few things because I didn't have them. I used a garnet yam instead of butternut and kabocha squash. I know the squash would have been amazing. Show More Summary
I have been having fun with the clay in between working with the copper pennies.I decided to do a combination of sprig and piercing technique and the lentil shape is such a fun bead shape.These are intensive to create and my hand gets a bit tired of all that poking, but the end result is so pretty.Can't wait to glaze and fire these.
For the first time, my garden managed to produce not one but four heads of cabbage. I’ve had a lot of trouble in the past with heading vegetables; sometimes they never form heads or, if they do, hungry hungry caterpillars get to eat them before I do. But last fall, I planted tiny cabbage plants […]
You might live to 100 if you eat plenty of this man's delicious cauliflower lentil tacos. The post Want to Live to 100? This Man Tells You How appeared first on PETA.
Tried out The Happy Pear's recipe for red lentil dahl today. It's pretty similar to the usual dahl I make but they add curry powder and lime juice to theirs. I also added a tiny bit of olive oil to sautee my onions and garlic and also added about 1 TB of tomato paste. Show More Summary