Author Archives: meeganders

Sweet Pepper and White Bean Soup

I was drawn to this recipe (pg. 73) because of its list of simple and fresh ingredients.  It is a yummy soup and the pancetta and cannellini beans add some richness and heartiness.  Although if I were to make this … Continue reading

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Weeknight Curry

Like Heidi says, this recipe is a good way to use up any extra veggies that you’ve got in your fridge.  I’ve made this a couple of times already and while I have to be honest and say that it is … Continue reading

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Granola

Heidi’s granola is my all time, most very favorite granola. What can I say, she had me at orange zest. I’m not a huge fan of walnuts so I subbed sliced almonds for my batch. Her recipe makes a ton … Continue reading

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Pancetta, white bean, and swiss chard pot pies

(posted by Ashley H.) I have a funny story about this recipe. A really funny story. I’m not sure if I will be able to make it to our next cookbook meeting, but I sure hope to. Trust me. . … Continue reading

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Spaghetti squash and black bean tacos with queso fresco

(posted by Ashley H.) This recipe is on page 143. I was a little hesitant to try this at first but was intrigued after reading Deb’s notes/thoughts on it. She agreed that the thought of spaghetti squash and tacos was … Continue reading

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Carrot Soup with Tahini and Crisped Chickpeas

(posted by Ashley H.) I have never made a carrot soup before. Admittedly, I have never even tried a carrot soup before. This one is worthy of keeping in your fall/winter soup rotation. Carrot soup by itself? Not awesome. Carrot … Continue reading

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Baked pasta with broccoli rabe and sausage

(posted by Ashley H.) This recipe was my first Smitten Kitchen attempt because, well, how could you not? I think she had me at baked pasta. (This recipe was recently posted on her blog.) I hesitate to even admit this … Continue reading

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