From Plant to Plate

From Plant to Plate

66 Episodes

Delicious and diverse recipes from Life and Health

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From Plant to Plate
  • Tomato Basil Focaccia

    Episode 1

  • Rustic Tomato Rice & Kale Stew

    Episode 2

  • Roasted Tomato Spinach and Basil Pasta

    Episode 3

    One truly cannot imagine a more perfect pasta dish, especially when it comes to warm summer evenings. This is about as fresh, comforting, and bright as pasta dishes get.

  • Cashew Cream Sauce

    Episode 4

    Cashew cream is the result of soaking cashews and blending them up with water. Depending on how much water you add, it can quite thick—like the texture of ricotta—or thin enough to resemble heavy cream.

  • Cream of Tomato Soup

    Episode 5

    If you’re wondering if it’s possible to make a steaming bowl of blissfully creamy tomato soup without dairy, this recipe is your answer.

  • Garlicky Potato and White Bean Mash

    Episode 6

    Usually, a butter-free potato mash is out of the question or, at the very least, not very delicious. This recipes uses creamy white beans to add a silky texture to the mash, along with a unique flavor. Not only that, the beans double the protein.

  • Vegetable Pot Pie

    Episode 7

  • Sweet or Savory Polenta Bowl

    Episode 8

  • Tofu Basil Lasagna

    Episode 9

  • Sweet and Salty Oat Scones

    Episode 10

  • Thai Curry Soup

    Episode 11

  • Sweet Potato Tacos

    Episode 12

    Who needs ground beef when you have sweet potatoes? Spiced with cumin and cayenne, these tacos taste out of this world and are a breeze to make.

  • Tabbouleh
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    Episode 13

    Tabbouleh

    Episode 13

  • Spiced Pumpkin Pie

    Episode 14

  • French Toast

    Episode 15

    This isn't your typical eggy, drippy french toast, but trust me, it is delicious.

  • Falafel
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    Episode 16

    Falafel

    Episode 16

    One bite into a warm whole-wheat pita stuffed with freshly baked falafel and a few shakes of hot sauce, and ordering take out falafel will seem like too much trouble.

  • Ewald Wild Rice Stew

    Episode 17

    This creamy, thick, grain-studded stew is so delicious that it deserves the author's name in the title. Kimberly Ewald, who graciously shared this recipe with me, lives in Minnesota where the wild rice is the state grain and pantry staple. Needless to say, Kim is a wild rice aficionado and this s...

  • Asian Tofu Fajitas

    Episode 18

    We first tasted these fajitas at a friend's housewarming party. Meghan McKinney, the author of this recipe, served them to us on perfectly warmed corn tortillas and a little scoop of brown rice. Needless to say, they were a hit.

  • Hummus
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    Episode 19

    Hummus

    Episode 19

    Ideal for dip with anything from vegetables to your favorite bread.

  • Ground Bulgur "Meat"

    Episode 20

    Bulgur is a quick-cooking type of whole wheat, commonly used in Middle Eastern cooking, that has been cleaned, parboiled, dried and ground.

  • Almond Butter and Jam Cookies

    Episode 21

    Disclaimer: your children will love this recipe. Any recipe that instructs them to jam their thumbs into cookie dough and fill it with jam is an A+ in their books. It's a cookie that will win your heart, too. Raspberries and almonds are a winning combination and this recipe in particular highligh...

  • Bean and Green Chile Quesadillas

    Episode 22

    Quesadillas, another recipe you might have thought would become obsolete in your plant-based repertoire. Feel free to kick this recipe up a notch with some corn, mushrooms, and onions for a balanced lunch.

  • Brazil Nut Gravy

    Episode 23

    Brazil nuts aren't usually a pantry staple but every time I get my hands on them, I'm pleasantly reminded of how buttery and sweet they taste. All of the Brazil nut's comforting flavors are brought out in this gravy recipe shared with us by Dr. Lorayne Barton. We like it best over biscuits.

  • Asian Shitake Kale Rice Bowl

    Episode 24

    I wouldn't say this lightly but...this tastes like something my mom would make (in a really, really good way). If you're apprehensive about cooking home-style Asian food, this is the perfect recipe for you to start with.