Cauliflower is a phenomenal vegetable that can be used in so many different recipes. Boiled, diced, riced, baked, air-fried, souped…the list goes on and on!

Personally, my favorite way to enjoy the versatile white flowerets is seasoned and baked in the oven. Since lemons are coming into their peak season, I decided to add a little lemon love to this dish.

Simply separate the flowerets from the whole cauliflower, rinse and place on a lined sheet pan. Add the seasonings and bake, the rest is pure magic in the kitchen!

This dish can be served as a side or a main, but trust me you most likely won’t have any leftovers!

ENJOY!

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Those of you that consistently follow my blog must think I have a scone addition. Truth is, I love them! I continually try to experiment with new ingredients. I f you try one of my scone recipes, please let it be this one.

This are fluffier than traditional scones plus have more of a cake texture. They are not at all dry and super easy to prepare.

Most scone recipes recommend that you form into a circle and then cut into pie-like pieces. But what the heck, just drop them on a baking sheet and you are good to go!

ENJOY!

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I am in the process of moving in a few weeks and accidentally packed my recipe box. A recipe I veganized was my mom’s sour cream banana bread which fortunately I don’t have memorized.

Fortunately you ask? Yes, because it got me to experimenting and in all honesty, this bread is even better than mom’s original.

Banana bread is usually super moist but also a bit on the heavy side. This bread turned out light, fluffy and airy…plus it tastes great.

ENJOY!

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Hi, I'm Roxanne.

Thanks for stopping by and welcome to my site.

My family heritage is Italian and French so needless to say, I love preparing meals for family, friends and anyone with an appetite and the openness to try something new.

Please make yourself at home and enjoy! I look forward to your comments and suggestions, feel free to send me a note through the Contact Page.

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