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Vegan Sushi Bowl Recipe

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I can't believe that Meatless March is soon coming to a close.  Even though I am sad to see it go, I have managed to save some of the best recipes for last.  This Vegan Sushi Bowl Recipe is the perfect example of that.  

Yes, even when you are cutting meat out of your diet you can enjoy the yummy goodness that is sushi in the comfort of your own home!  I can't wait to share this recipe with you so...

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Vegan Cauliflower Parmesan Recipe

Meatless March continues with my favorite recipe to date, Vegan Cauliflower Parmesan.  A plant-based take on the chicken classic, this dish is a real game changer in the kitchen. 

The finished Vegan Cauliflower Parmesan on a plate with a salad and bread with the title above.

Tender, crunchy, and yes cheesy, I know you and your entire family are going to love this one!  I can't wait to share it with you so...

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Vegan Creamy Gnocchi Primavera Recipe

With the beginning of Spring just around the corner, I am ready for some lighter, fresher, dishes and nothing says Spring eating like a good pasta primavera.  This is, of course, made better by heavy cream and cheese, right?  What if I were to tell you that you could have that creamy, cheesy, goodness and it would be low calorie and healthy?  Don't believe me?  Well let me introduce you to my Vegan Creamy Gnocchi Primavera Recipe!

The finished vegan creamy gnocchi primavera in a white bowl with a fork and the title above.

Gluten-free, dairy-free, and low cal, this dish is about to blow your mind with it's crips veggies and cheesy goodness.  I can't wait to share it with you so...

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Lentil and Bok Choy Stir Fry Recipe

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Meatless March continues with this Lentil and Bok Choy Stir Fry.  

The finished Lentil and Book Choy Stir Fry on a white plate with the title above it.

Inspired by a Thai Basil Beef that I order out my local Thai restaurant, I substituted the ground beef with lentils and the basil for bok choy.  The end result was absolutely delicious and I can't wait to share with you how I made it so...

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Easy Tofu Scramble Recipe

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This has been a fun and adventurous month in the Kitchen Wife household.  I've been in a bit of a food rut recently, so I decided to do something drastic, and make March a meatless month.  That's right, I said MEATLESS!!!  Now, so as not to put my King of Carnivore husband into a total state of shock, I decided we I would allow egg and cheese, but other than that no animal products would be consumed.  It's been a challenge, but a lot of fun too. I've been able to work with seasonings and ingredients that I wouldn't normally try.  Take this Easy Tofu Scramble Recipe for example.  

A plate of tofu scramble with roasted potatoes and ketchup with the title above it.

Packed full of plant-based protein, you would be hard pressed to tell the difference between this and the real thing.  I know you are going to love it so...

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Winter Pear and Walnut Salad Recipe

This week has been insane.  As many of you know, I care for my ninety-two year old mother-in-love.  She has Alzheimer's and dementia which means that she needs round-the-clock care.  Well, last Friday she fell and broke her hip.  It was devastating and we've basically been at the hospital non-stop ever since.  That means we've had A LOT of hospital food.  I finally had some time at home yesterday to get my house put together, and I was craving some salad. I went to the fridge to see what I could throw together and that is where this Winter Pear and Walnut Salad recipe was born.

Okay, I realize salads aren't necessarily recipes, but if you're anything like me, sometimes it's a struggle coming up with flavor combinations to keep them new and exciting.  That's why I love this Winter Pear and Walnut Salad recipe.  These simple pantry staples pack a whole lot of flavor which make this the perfect lunch or even a light supper.  I can't wait to share it with you so...

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The Saturday Sip: My Winter Reading List and a Book Club

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Seasonal Living is something I have talked a lot about on this blog as well as my social media platforms.  What is seasonal living you ask?  To me it means living the fullest life possible in every season.  This could be celebrating both large and obscure holidays, making the newest season of your favorite television show and event, doing seasonal activities such as visiting pumpkin farms or sleigh riding.  You get the picture.

Right now we are in the thick of winter.  One of the things I love doing in winter is reading.  There is just something magical about cozying up with a fuzzy blanket, a pup or two, and a good book that makes my heart happy in the winter time.  I usually set seasonal reading goals for myself, and make small bucket lists.  However, this year I thought it would be fun to make this a group effort.  I have put together a Winter Reading List, and created The Kitchen Wife Seasonal Reading Book Club Group on Facebook.  This way we can read together, discuss what we did and didn't like about each read, and grow more as a community.  I'm really excited about this and I hope you are too.

The winter reading list is as follows:

Since we are getting a late start to this one I kept the list short, but I'm really looking forward to diving into these books and talking about them with you.  One thing I want to stress is that this is NOT meant to be agonizing.  I don't mind if you read the actual book, kindle version, or listen to it on audible.  I say that because I will be doing all of the above.  Let's just keep this as fun and light hearted as possible!  

So let's get started with our winter reading!

And as always...

Happy Reading, Happy Eating, and Happy Living, 
~The Kitchen Wife~

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