Vegetable Curry

This rich, spicy (if you like) fragrant curry is a wonderful winter dish. A great vehicle for a variety of vegetables you'll be happy to have this one in your recipe box.

Sautéed Summer Squash

This easy, quick sauté celebrates the beauty and fresh flavor of farm fresh zucchini and yellow squash. Ready for dinner in a few minutes, the leftovers are also wonderful in salads, quinoa bowls and omelettes.

Roasted Broccoli

Simple, gorgeous and surprisingly delicious, this broccoli hardly makes it to the dinner table it goes so fast. Perfect with fish, chicken, beef or your favorite vegetarian meal, it expect will become a regular in your kitchen too.

Cauliflower Rice

This Splendid Shortcut is a Kitchen favorite. Quick and easy, using frozen cauliflower makes this recipe a perfect weeknight side dish. Savory and delicious, use this fabulous cauliflower to replace rice in almost any dish.

Squash Soup with Sage and Pumpkin Seed Oil

This savory, comforting soup is the perfect way to celebrate beautiful winter squash. I incorporated sage, thyme and my Austrian Black Gold (pumpkin seed oil) to create a delicious, toasty soup that's wonderful for a holiday or just a weeknight at home. (this recipe is adapted from a Deborah Madison recipe)

Roasted Zoodles

I love to use my spiralizer for this recipe. It creates beautiful and delicious vegetable noodles that are versatile and fun. I love to serve this roasted version along with grilled chicken, with a few roasted shrimp on top or in a salad.

Chinese Green Beans

These spicy, savory beans are an easy, delicious version of those lovely Szechwan green beans from our local Chinese restaurant. I think your whole family will enjoy these fantastic vegetables. (Adapted from an Epicurious recipe)