I don’t know who Beth is but the recipe from PETA’s The Compassionate Cook is called Beth’s Lentils. I’ve been making this dish for years. I’ve had the best luck using olive oil, vegetable broth, adding celery, and doubling the amount of thyme and marjoram. (The recipe has a few options). I always make this dish with green lentils. I’ve had lentils on my mind since I saw Bazu’s post about Daiku’s lentils.
And I know I mention this all the time but I’m going to say it again. I used Muir Glen stewed tomatoes because they do not contain high fructose corn syrup.
Here’s another item I made for my Valentine’s Day care packages – Maple Banana Bread from The Everyday Vegan. I’ve blogged about Maple Banana Bread before but this time I decided to make it using my mini loaf pan. I snitched a mini loaf and it was delicious.
Have a wonderful day everyone! It’s still very cold here and today it’s been snowing for a few hours. At least the temperature is above zero. 😀