Roasted Root Vegetables

Roasted root vegetables are great to enjoy any time of the year. This recipe makes for a robust side dish or main course. Pair it with a salad or vegetable soup to round out the meal.

(Photo by Nina Gelbke of Naturally Nina)

Sweet Potatoes Loaded With Lentil Stew

Lentil stew has the comfort of warm soup, made extra hearty and filling by the lentil base. The fresh rosemary and thyme in this recipe make it especially aromatic. This is the perfect meal for a chilly evening at home or to serve for guests at a dinner party.

(Photo by Nina Gelbke of Naturally Nina)

Quinoa Salad with Roasted Butternut Squash

This quinoa salad is simple yet satisfying. It's a perfect dish to make in advance and serve chilled later! You and your friends will love it.

(Photo by Nina Gelbke of Naturally Nina)

Curried Peas and Potatoes

Enjoy the aromas and flavors of Indian cuisine in this comforting, colorful dish, based on a traditional "Aloo Matar" recipe.

(Photo by Nina Gelbke of Naturally Nina)

Roasted Vegetable and White Bean Salad

Who says a salad is boring? This hearty and flavorful option works great as a side dish or main entree. 

(Recipe photo by Maria Baath of All Things Green)

Tomato, Squash, and Eggplant Tian

Get ready for a guilt-free, gourmet eating experience! Traditional tians are breaded and fried. This eggplant tian is roasted to reduce the fat per serving. The roasting also lends a sweet note to this savory dish. Enjoy!

(Recipe photo by Maria Baath of All Things Green)

Pumpkin and White Bean Stew

A thick and hearty stew full of fall flavors. This recipe is filling and satisfying, and is especially perfect for all of you pumpkin lovers!

It is best eaten on top of leafy greens such as spinach. Enjoy!!

(Recipe photo by Maria Baath of All Things Green)

 

 

Squash, Sweet Potato, and Corn Chowder

The subtle sweetness of squash, corn, and sweet potatoes give this savory soup extra depth of flavor. It's the perfect dish for late summer or fall when corn and squash are in season, and cool nights call for warm meals.

(Recipe photo by Maria Baath of All Things Green)