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Meatless Mondays: Farro, Lentil and Cabbage Soup

by Cassidy Stockton

Even if the heat is still lingering in your part of the country like it is here, the nights may be cool enough to enjoy a hearty soup. If not, save this one aside for a cold winter night. This soup combines chewy farro with creamy lentils and crispy(ish) cabbage

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Meatless Mondays: Beet, Carrot and Sorghum Burgers

by Cassidy Stockton

I love these burgers and I make them every summer during beet season. I had exactly enough beets and carrots from my modest garden this year to make a batch of these burgers. They went fast. At my house, we love them topped with melted cheddar (as seen here) or goat

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Meatless Mondays: Sweet Millet Congee

by Cassidy Stockton

Congee is a traditional porridge served for breakfast, lunch and even dinner. It is most often made with rice and can be topped with any number of toppings depending on the region. Congee is often served plain as comfort food for those who are sick. We’ve used millet as a

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Maple Amaranth Granola

Meatless Mondays: Maple Amaranth Granola

by Cassidy Stockton

Rolled barley adds a sweet nutty flavor that pairs perfectly with maple syrup and toasted hazelnuts. Adding whole grain amaranth provides a delightful crunch and a nutritional boost. The granola is delicious with milk or yogurt, straight out of the oven. It makes a great on-the-go snack and is pretty

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Meatless Mondays: Teff and Sweet Potato Timbales with Feta

by Cassidy Stockton

Timbales are a type of drum. This recipe combines teff and sweet potatoes and uses ramekins to create a drum shaped dish.  Lightly spiced with Ethiopian flavors and topped with feta, which resembles a traditional cheese of Highland Africa, these timbales are a fun and adventurous way to enjoy teff.

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Meatless Mondays: Popped Sorghum

by Cassidy Stockton

While this definitely is not a meal unto itself, popped sorghum is a wonderful (and fun) accompaniment to a movie night. You could also sprinkle it on top of salads, soups and cereal. The tiny kernels of popped sorghum are easy to make and have a slightly sweeter flavor than

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