Category: Recipes

Simple Stuffed Manicotti

I think that once you have made this dish–which seems complicated but really isn’t–it will become a favorite and you’ll see how easily it can be used for guests and pot-lucks with just a little dressing up. You can add fresh basil, chopped mushrooms, broccoli, cubbed butternut squash, or any other ideas you have.

Joseph’s Very Famous Rapid-Fire Hummus

Hummus makes a handy-dandy topper for a plant-based bowl. It makes a great salad dressing. It’s pretty darn swell on a potato, whole-grain toast or brown rice crackers, carrot & celery sticks, or just out of the blender all on its own. Hummus is…

Unbelievable Sweet Potato Cornbread

“Honey, I invited Lucas and Scott over for dinner tonight,” began the evening’s drama. We were waiting for the service person to come fix the air conditioner on the hottest day we have seen in three years, it was 6:30 p.m., and I was…

Joseph’s Very Famous Fried Rice

I make this recipe at least twice a month, in a large batch so that there are lots of leftovers to use for building bowls or just adding to a meal. Halve it if you like. My favorite way to eat it is on…

Joseph’s Very Famous Blue-Ribbon Chili

I have been making and modifying this chili for many years, and I would have to say that it is my most-requested recipe, and my only award-winner so far. You can do all sorts of things with it: just eat it, put it on…

Recipe: Countryside Beans with Mushrooms

During my time as an everyday, sometimes junk food vegan, I had many favorite recipes. Some of these I am able to continue using in my whole-food, plant-based diet with some modifications, with no loss in deliciousness. This recipe is a favorite in the…

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