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    While some people insist on chocolate in their banana bread, I much prefer nuts — walnuts, to be exact. They’re a buttery, crunchy counterpart to the sweet and tender crumbs of the classic quick bread. This particular version is packed with them. Combined with a boost of flavor from brown butter and some extra moisture, thanks to a generous spoonful or two of yogurt, this is sure to be a banana bread recipe you’ll turn to again and again.

    This week's recipe roundup features main dishes, sides and desserts that are entirely vegetarian. Think veggie chili, orecchiette with super greens and more.


    The wide variety of teas available in the market — from matcha to Darjeeling tea and Earl Grey – can make it tricky to pick one.  However, it must be known that all these varieties can broadly be divided into three main categories — black, green, and white.

    For many who feel stressed or anxious our natural instinct is to reach for food for comfort. However, often the very things we choose to gulp down only provide short-term relief and may actually increase anxiety in the long run.

    This light, white vegetarian chili packs plenty of punch from poblanos and green chiles and is packed with fiber-rich beans and veggies. Top it with a bit of shredded cheese, a dollop of sour cream, sliced radishes, cilantro and diced avocado with a few wedges of lime on the side for a delicious whole meal in a bowl. 2 tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil.

    When you want something to warm up, what could be better than a crisp, fluffy baked potato? For me, it’ s a mashed stuffed potato studded with broccoli florets and crowned with a melted cheddar cheese topping. This is the dish you may want to eat on a chilly day: It’ s creamy, comforting and satisfying.

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