Falafel Pita Sandwich

A common street food in the Middle East, falafel is a fried patty made with ground chickpeas, fresh herbs, and spices and served with hummus and tzatziki inside pita bread. We love how nutritious and flavorful this authentic vegetarian dish is. For the very best flavor, use dry chickpeas soaked in water for 24 hours.

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Minestrone Soup

Originating in Italy and literally meaning “big soup,” minestrone combines vegetables, pasta, olive oil, and parmesan cheese into a nutritious and tasty meal. The versatility of the dish lets you easily adjust the ingredients to your preferred taste.

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Macaroni and Cheese

Once at the top of the list of Julia’s fear foods, our lighter version of the classic mac & cheese helped her reclaim her love for this popular dish. Topped with parmesan and breadcrumbs, it truly is the ultimate comfort food.

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Dumplings

We had a blast making this fun Asian dish with its flavorful tofu filling. Pan-fried and served with a homemade sweet and sour dipping sauce, the outcome is so delicious that you’ll never want to order-in dumplings again!

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Corn Chowder

New England fishers originally threw their catch of the day in a big pot with other ingredients and called it a chowder. Our vegetarian version may not be authentic to our region, however it possesses the same qualities of being a thick and creamy soup that’s perfect for cold winter days.

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Vegetarian Chili

We enjoy this hearty and versatile stew on its own, over pasta, or served alongside cornbread or another bready starch. The fillings of lentils, beans, and basic vegetables are loaded with protein and nutrients, while the plethora of spices makes for a flavorful, well-seasoned dish.

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Pasta Salad

This quick and easy salad is the perfect dish for lunch, dinner, a picnic, or a road trip. While it’s the best in the summer when garden-fresh vegetables and herbs are readily available, we enjoy it in colder weather too.

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Tomato Parmesan Soup

We’re kicking off the chapter with our favorite soup recipe; one that’s simple to make, delectable to eat, and so comforting on cold winter days. The parmesan cheese adds a satisfying creaminess to the classic tomato base, while the croutons provide a nice crunch on top.

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