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Tag Archives: black beans
After seeing numerous recipes for black bean brownies, I’ve been wanting to create my own. Or just make some in general. 😉 Stay with me here – you can’t even notice there are black beans in the brownies. Instead of … Continue reading
I love ethnic foods of all kinds – Ethiopian, Thai, Indian, Mexican. It’s so different from the everyday affair you’ll find anywhere else. Different spices, different flavors. Eating with your hands, like at Ethiopian restaurants. Thai food is something I’ve … Continue reading
I bought some collards this past weekend for juicing but found myself wanting to make some wraps with them. Also having an abundance of avocados (hello, guacamole!) and black bean hummus, wraps were just calling my name. Remove the stems … Continue reading
One of the great things about being back in a city is the variety of ethnic foods available for my choosing. Back home I usually just try my hand at duplicating these cuisines because they aren’t available. One of my … Continue reading
I love Mexican food. Tacos, enchiladas, burritos, beans and rice. Guacamole. Chips and salsa. I’ve practically given tribute to mexi-merican already, but I think it’s time for one of my favorite recipes. I’ve been making this for a long time, and it’s … Continue reading