air fryer italian dunkers

We like to make Italian Dunkers for quick lunches, appetizers, and as a side dish to a pasta meal. For years I’ve made them the traditional way (in the oven), with a hearty meat sauce (now I use Beyond Meat or a can of well-drained lentils.) But there’s an even faster and easier way if…

reuben burger

Are you ready for Saint Patrick’s Day? Do you do anything special to celebrate? For years I made Reubens and Rachels, and then I went vegan and made tempeh Reubens, last year I made Rachels using Tofurkey, which was actually really good, but this year I wanted to try something a little different and decided…

my big fat greek potato salad

This potato salad is hearty and satisfying and could definitely stand alone as lunch or dinner. Isn’t it pretty? It has all of the amazing flavors of traditional Greek salad, but I added oven roasted baby potatoes and tofu “feta” for protein. You could use macaroni in place of the potatoes if you wish. It’s…

empty tomb easter rolls

Empty tomb rolls, also called resurrection rolls, are a fun way to teach children the story of Jesus’ burial and resurrection at Easter time. Throughout the baking process the marshmallow that is placed in the center of the roll disappears, leaving the roll like an empty tomb. Pretty neat, huh? Simplify the Easter story for…

easy italian air fryer calzone

An air fryer is a nearly perfect little appliance to have in your kitchen when you’re in a hurry. I made up this big, saucy, zesty Italian calzone for my lunch today using leftover pizza sauce, various pizza toppings, cheese, garlic butter, and Pillsbury Grands crescent roll dough. You can make a big calzone for…