I’ve never actually eaten a “real” Sloppy Joe. In the years before I stopped eating meat, they were never on our dinner table. I didn’t feel like I was missing anything because, honestly, their name and appearance kind of turned me off. But when a friend tells me that I absolutely have to try a recipe, I listen. And now I’m telling you, they may not look pretty but you absolutely haveto try this recipe for Chickpea Sloppy Joes:
When you’re putting the final touches on your Fourth of July barbecue this weekend, don’t forget the dessert! These festive Cheesecake Stuffed Strawberries are so good, they might not make it out to the picnic table:
I’ve said it before, I love a simple recipe that’s full of flavor. This recipe has been on my list for a while and one bite made it a new favorite. Now that the ingredients are in my pantry, I expect Sriracha Soy Sauce Over Egg Noodles to be one of my go-to dinners:
Who says eating healthy can’t taste good? This week’s recipe includes quinoa, a superfood that is both high in fiber and high-quality protein. Quinoa (KEEN-wah) is 100% whole grain, but is technically the ancient seed of a leafy plant related to spinach. It’s also gluten-free!
After several misfires, moments of extreme frustration and multiple chat sessions with my new tech support providers, I am happy to report that Squeaky Green Machine has been successfully migrated to a new hosting service! You should not notice significant changes to the blog moving forward, but if you are a subscriber, your email notifications may have changed. Please read this post closely to ensure that you continue receiving updates from Squeaky Green Machine.
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