A couple of absolutely adorably clumsy baby goats named Lentil and Wilma humorously attempt to jump atop a green velvet sofa in Maymo and Penny’s famous living room. The two leaping hircine youngsters are a newest addition to the lemon beagle family. Help Laughing Squid grow with a monthly pledge of support.
Practice truly does make perfect. After some serious trials and tribulations, these two baby goats — Wilma and Lentil — finally learned how to jump onto a couch. Though there were several nasty falls and, at times, the feat seemed impossible,...Show More Summary
Harira, a soup with lentils, chickpeas and favas, is a staple of Ramadan in Morocco, but that doesn’t keep cooks from making it all year long.
The following recipe for Turmeric Lentil Stew was originally featured on Running to the Kitchen and written by Gina Matsoukas, who is part of POPSUGAR Select Fitness. Fourteen years ago, I found myself in sketchiest of all hotels I've ever stayed at in my life in Marrakech, Morocco. Show More Summary
Lots of SUMMER RECIPES are coming your way on this week's meal plan! "Lobster" Rolls, Mandarin Rice Salad (NEW!), Summer Enchiladas, Marrakesh Quinoa (NEW!), MACK Rolls (NEW!) and MORE! go from zero to mouth in 20 minutes or LESS! AND!!...Show More Summary
Tonight, my 2-year old had the most epic meltdown. Over lentils. And no, it wasn't because she didn't like them, it was because she wanted an unhealthy amount of them. After eating almost the entire plateful of rice, sweet potato, and...Show More Summary
A regular reader of the blog from North Lanarkshire (George) is an excellent soup-maker apparently, so I said I'd share my recipe for spicy lentil soup which takes its inspiration from Spain. I made some really nice soup the other day...Show More Summary
Chickpeas, lentils, beans, and dry peas (AKA pulses) are having quite a year: The global staple is suddenly the talk of the food world.
The superfoods in the pulse family (lentils, chickpeas, beans, and dry peas) are an eco-friendly choice that's tough to beat.
Packed full of beets, mushrooms, lentils, and bulgur, this burger is so meaty, you'll forget there's no meat.
This engaging and informative guide will teach you how to cultivate and eat pulses, and why this is beneficial for everyone, including the planet.
Can you believe it’s ONLY one month until summer?? Summer is a time for EZ, breezy... Lessen your stress + kick back with this week’s meal plan! When your routine goes out the window, you and your family will love throw together meals...Show More Summary
Beans are one of the best foods you can include in your diet if you're trying to lose weight, and lentils are one of the better choices. Not only do these flat little legumes cook up way faster than other legumes (in just 20 minutes!), they are also low in fat, are high in protein, and help satiate your hunger. Show More Summary
We went to lunch yesterday at Native Foods in Westwood. So sad that the Culver location is closed. Santa Monica too. Why??? It happened so fast and so mysteriously. This is the BBQ chicken salad. So yummy! For dessert a chocolate cupcake. Fries and blueberry hibiscus tea. Today's cooking: Ina Garten's lentil sausage soup. Show More Summary
I've done a few versions of Sloppy Joes but the kids never really liked any of them. This recipe is a nice compromise--some lentils, some mushrooms, some veggie ground round--that we all love.INGREDIENTS- 1/3 cup brown lentils, cooked-...Show More Summary
Partner What happens when you take a couple of go-to wellness MVPs in your pantry—high-fiber, high-protein lentils and quinoa—and sprinkle antioxidant-packed goji berries on top? Garnish it with some gorgeous blooms from your garden, and you have a superfood-charged springtime treat. “I’m a little bit in love with this salad,” food blogger Meg Thompson of My Whole Food […]
Although this soup tastes complex, it’s almost unfairly easy to make. What, you don’t have cumin, curry, paprika, or turmeric in your home? Just add another swirl of Sriracha, no one ever needs to know.
Cheddar garlic beer bread! I found this recipe at the Daiya website and I printed it out. I don't think it's on the site anymore but I posted a pic of the recipe at the bottom of this post.It's tender and chewy and really flavorful! I added a clove of crushed garlic to the recipe for more flavor. Lentil chili on the stove.
Try lentils or shrimp instead
This is a fun twist on lettuce wraps that will impress your family (and company) for sure! Plus, since lentils are one of the fastest cooking pulses (see below) and it takes just minutes to cook shrimp, this could easily be a weeknight meal.