Chai-Spiced Pumpkin Bundt Cake

Pumpkin Bundt Cake

Thanksgiving is a time to take stock. Of the good things in life, of blessings big, small, and so tiny that you don’t really think about them much but for which you still are grateful, deep in your heart. As I ponder my life over the past year, I see so many things to be… 

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Sweet Potato and Kale Patties in a Spicy Chickpea Sauce

Sweet Potato Patties

Before I dive into today’s recipe, a quick word about Diwali which is right around the corner (this weekend, in fact). If you’re looking for some delicious and dairy-free sweets to make yours a little more special, don’t miss the collection of vegan Diwali sweets from Holy Cow!’s archives. These are tried and tested recipes… 

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Green Tomato Stew

Green tomato stew

If you are a late-blooming gardener like I am, you likely have more green tomatoes on your hand right now than you can fry up. So what’s a cook to do? Desi loves Green Tomato Masial and I make this Tamil treat for him a few times over each summer. But this time I have… 

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Kale Crepes, Gluten-Free

Kale Crepes

These gluten-free Kale Crepes are delicious, protein-rich eats perfect for a weekend brunch or a weekday dinner.I always have some organic baby kale sitting in the refrigerator that I can throw handfuls of into salads, smoothies, pestos, and even curries. This time, as I pondered a quick dinner I could put together for Desi and… 

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Arbi Paratha, a Gluten-Free Indian Flatbread

Arbi Paratha

Every month, for the last year or so, Opie — and we– have been making a trip to an acupuncturist in Northern Virginia. Opie has had osteoarthritis since he was just four. He is now pushing 11 and as he ages we are trying to ensure that he remains healthy, pain-free, and mobile. I was… 

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Dhabay ki Daal

Dhabay ki Dal

Dhabas are north India’s greasy spoons– tiny roadside shacks that dot highways and mostly cater to weary truckers who pull in for a hearty, hot meal before heading over to the petrol pump (as gas stations are known in India) next door. Outside each dhaba are rows of charpoys, small Indian cots, where the truckers… 

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