This is a traditional Lebanese recipe, a vegan version (for Lent) of our national dish Kibbeh.
Eating colorful foods from the earth (not the lab) is a great way to stay healthy. Don't forget, you are what you eat!
What could be healthier, tastier, or prettier than a mix of fresh roasted veggies?
These colorful and quirky watercolor fruits and veggies might help to remind us to eat a delicious and varied diet.
Your fruit and veggies know what's best for you, so best to listen to them!!!
Great for salads on the go!
A retro vibe reminding you how delish eating your fruits and veggies are.
Fresh with sweet and salty taste
One of my favourite salads, serve with grain filled bread or a tasty sourdough. It's like eating a rainbow :).
Varied veggies take a dip in seasoned olive oil and get roasty toasty in a hot oven. Yummy on a cold winters night and any leftovers can be puréed into a tasty chunky soup, just add stock to achieve desired consistency!
for Eat the Rainbow contest. Drew in different style that I normally do. Can you guess how many types of vegetables/fruits I drew?
All the things I'd find delicious in a Buddha Bowl.
Here is my submission for latest challenge "Eat the Rainbow"!
Let's have a big bowl of rainbow colours fresh food to enrich your body and soul!
Rainbow chard, butternut squash, quinoa, sage, pecan, cranberry deliciousness! And a good bunch of Rainbow Chard will include a full range of colors and healthy benefits. So Eat the Rainbow and enjoy!
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