The Leafy Cauldron’s goal is to help you learn to cook intuitively! I refuse to coddle people and I believe that anyone can cook delicious food, even if they think that they can’t.

Spicy and satisfying; I am now one step closer to that Foremost Vegan Sausage Maker title I’ve been chasing after. My Spanish Chorizo Sausages are the next step in my assertion of world dominance (but also I want to make paella).

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Aren’t pattypan squash the cutest vegetable ever?

Learning how to cook tofu is one of the most rewarding things you can do in the kitchen. This Scallion and Sesame Marinated Tofu is a really easy place to start!

Think of these Chocolate Chip Muffins as portable, no-need-for-maple-syrup, muffin-shaped, chocolate chip-filled pancakes! 

As a true testament to the deliciousness of leeks, I can report that I finished eating the roasting pan full before I was able to blog the recipes. As a part of our continuing series of featured vegetables, learn two, quick and easy ways to cook leeks today!

A quick dessert to carry you through the weekend! No-Bake Chocolate Silk Tarts take less work and less time than you might guess!

Cool, refreshing and just what you need to get you through the end of a long day. Berry Black Iced Tea comes together in a snap.

Really fun to eat and full of all kinds of mellow roasted vegetables, these quesadillas make for a wonderful weeknight dinner.

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Why not eat an actual rainbow’s worth of colours and brighten up that dull, boring pasta salad? Rainbow Pasta Salad with Vidalia Onion-Blue Poppyseed Dressing is a summer dream dinner!

NO LIMA BEANS ARE THE WORK OF SATIAN HOW DARE YOU PASS THIS OFF AS A HAPPY FUCKING SALID

Except they aren’t lima beans? So, relax, take a deep breath and check the ingredients before having a fit next time! They’re edamame beans, which are the creamy, delightful work of angels.