According to modern medical science, there is no cure for the common cold… or the c*oronavirus or the flu, for that matter. But, there is one tried and true home remedy that will nourish you to help you feel better while your body is going through the healing process. Yep, you guessed it! Your great […]More
If you’re craving some tortilla action, try eating it as a yummy breakfast instead. It’s as easy as assembling scrambled eggs on top of a pan-fried corn tortilla!More
As the seasons change, I adjust the foods I eat according to what is abundantly available at that specific time of year. This way of eating supports my health and immunity by feeding my microbiome a more diverse selection of foods rather than the same food over and over again, season after season.More
I don’t know about you, but during the hot summer months, I like to spend less time inside a hot kitchen, and more time outside playing in nature. That’s when the broiler comes in really handy!More
Summer time isn’t just for salads! Try this Simmered Shrimp and Summer Veggie Soup. It’s totally delish!More
My dad was a big fan of preparing a BIG pot of chili on the weekends that we could eat throughout the week. It not only saved time but was great for our health, too! Here’s a delicious delicious Spicy Buffalo Chili for you to try out this week.More
Here is a delicious Cilantro and Parsley Pistou that you can slather on fish, chicken, meat or veggies to get your heavy metal detox journey started.More
This simple savory miso soup has many health benefits. Besides being rich in iodine and good for thyroid and endocrine health, the kelp seaweed used in this recipe, binds with lead and mercury and helps excrete heavy metals from the body.More
As a teenager, I remember fixing myself an easy tuna sandwich using mayonnaise and two slices of bread. As an adult, I still love eating tuna, but with a twist! Like this recipe for Sesame Crusted Tuna with Sweet and Spicy Ginger Sauce. Enjoy!More
Spring is in the air and chickens start laying eggs like crazy. One of my favorite egg recipes is also one of the simplest…Poached Eggs on Sourdough Toast! Yum!More
If you have found yourself feeling super-stressed by all that’s going on in the world, and are seeking some sweet relief, I recommend trying this pear crumble.More
Eggs are easy. If I’m ever stuck in a pinch and don’t know what to prepare, I cook eggs. Not only are they delicious, they’re a superfood! Put those eggs to good use in this eggcellent Fully Loaded Frittata!More
A classic recipe eaten in the new year to bring prosperity and good luck is made with Black Eyed Peas that are also known as Cow Peas or Goat Peas. They are rich in fiber, nutrients and protein, and like all legumes, a little can go a long way!More
Every year my team pulls the most clicked on, shared, and eaten recipes from my website. Check out which were the most popular this past year and try them out for yourself!More
Sweet, savory and totally delicious! I love Black Cod!More
As we head into flu, cold, and coronavirus season, it’s imperative to support the health of your lungs and immune system.More
This delicious salad would be a great addition to your holiday table, or just about anytime you’re craving it! Which may be often.More
If I can cook everything in one pot (or one frying pan, in this case), it makes clean up really easy. This shrimp, chorizo, and rice dish is the perfect example.More
This rich and creamy hot cocoa contains Reishi and Turkey Tail mushroom powders to help boost your immunity in the most delicious way.More
Green beans get their color from chlorophyl and yellow wax beans are simply green beans that have been bred without that pigment.
Are they any less good for you? Nope.
They are still just as nutritious and delicious, and make for a great colorful side dish like the one below. Enjoy!