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Creamy Roasted Acorn Squash Soup

Creamy Roasted Acorn Squash Soup

I’m spending this holiday season in the Pacific Northwest and am so excited to soak up all the winter veggies! After spending a few years in Mexico, one thing that I always miss are the winter squashes. There are so many delicious, creamy squashes that […]

Vegan Roasted Poblano Pepper and Corn Chowder

Vegan Roasted Poblano Pepper and Corn Chowder

When most people talk about Mexico it’s usually to discuss their recent vacation in one of the AMAZING beaches and how they drank cocktails all day under the hot sun. However, certain times of year Mexico can get a little chilly, contrary to the stereotype. […]

Spicy White Bean Soup

Spicy White Bean Soup

A few weeks ago a rare occasion happened in Oaxaca: my husband and I had the SAME afternoon free with absolutely NO obligations!! WOOHOO!! That happens about once in a million years. So we decided to have lunch at a casual place downtown where they happened to serve some really yummy soup. This recipe is my copycat version of their spicy white bean soup. (more…)

Creamy Vegan Potato Leek Soup

Creamy Vegan Potato Leek Soup

Whenever we are running low on groceries, I feel like I’m on Chopped, competing for my prize if I can successfully use all three mystery ingredients. And today’s ingredients are….(dramatic pause)..potatoes, onion and a leek!

Sweet Potato and Carrot Soup

Sweet Potato and Carrot Soup

Spring time is fully upon us! Spring is always shown in pictures as the sun shining and pretty flowers budding with baby animals. But lesbehonest, it still rains all the freaking time! So for the spring time that’s not so springy, here’s some warming carrot […]

Mexican Chicken Pozole

Mexican Chicken Pozole

If you know me then you know that I live in Oaxaca, Mexico and have been for about the past four years. You would also know that my husband is Mexican, Oaxacan, Ismenan.  He comes from the heart of Oaxaca where an old traditional culture is still very present. It’s not out of the ordinary to hear someone bartering in zapotec, a native  language, wearing a huipil and enagua, their traditional dress.   (more…)