Recipes

Light Lentil Soup

There are so many varieties of lentils. Do you know when it’s best to use them?

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Blueberry Coconut Chia Seed Pudding

Chia is an amazing little seed that is very high in soluble fiber and can keep you feeling fuller for a longer period of time, thus promoting weight loss. See how to get the full benefits with this recipe.

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Heart Opening Rose Cookies

Craving a new cookie? Try these Heart Opening Rose infused cookies. They are made with great ingredients and a whole lotta love.

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Savory Summer Minestrone

During the summer season, I get a plethora of delicious veggies from my Community Supported Agriculture, so I try to use them in everything I can. This month I’ve been getting a ton of summer squash and zucchini. So, I sauteed them into my minestrone soup and put it to the toughest taste test I know. Here’s the results…

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Smokey Baba Ghanouj

Truth be told… I don’t like eggplant. Unless it’s battered, fried, and smothered in tomato sauce and mozzarella cheese, you can keep it on the vine. But, there is ONE other way that I do like eggplant – and that’s as Baba Ghanouj.

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Saucy Turkey Meatballs

My meatball venture got a thumbs up from both my husband and nephew, so I’m sharing the recipe with you, too. It is totally delish. Enjoy the comfort food!

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Simple Sauteed Asparagus with Garlic

Spring time means that it is asparagus season! And when those savory stalks start shooting up, I start cooking them! Add some flavor to your next meal with this Simple Spring Asparagus with Garlic.

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Smoky Spicy Slaw

If you’ve got a head of cabbage sitting in your vegetable draw that is wilting away and not getting any action, try combining it with smoky hot spices!

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Shrimp Tacos

Everything about a taco works. It’s a brilliant little delicious creation stuffed into a tiny tortilla! So if you’re short on time and want a quick meal, try these yummy Shrimp Tacos.

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Crispy Potato and Herb Fritters

I love potatoes! Those starchy little spuds are very versatile. For example, you can: chop them up and throw them into soup to give it extra body. combine them with celeriac root and butter to make a creamy mash. roast them with rosemary, garlic and oil. puree them and use them as a thickener for […]

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Savory Turkey Chili

There are two kinds of chili people. The kind who eat “meat only” chili and the kind who add beans. What kind of chili do you like?

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Top 5 recipes you loved in 2022

From all of the recipes I create each year, some reign supreme and stand out above rest. According to your 300K (yowza!) page views on my website, these were the best of the best in 2022!

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One Pot Winter Stew with Wild Salmon

I love easy dishes that can be prepared all in one pot. That’s why I love soups and stews! This Salmon stew is creamy and rich, without cream or butter. Enjoy!

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Whole Roasted Pears Basted with Apple/Cranberry Juice

If you are seeking to make it through the holidays with your blood sugar stable and your waistline intact, I would suggest you also have a simple dessert on that table to choose from. These Whole Roasted Pears with Cranberry Juice are a great example!

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Shrimp Fried Rice

I like recipes that are quick and easy and I can pretty much guarantee that I always have the main ingredients for shrimp fried rice already in my refrigerator and cupboard.

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Spiced Squash Seeds

Pumpkin seeds get all the glory, but squash seeds are just as delicious and good for you, too!

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Top healing soups and when to use them

Flu, cold, coronavirus, monkey pox and other viruses are circulating around the world. Is your immune system prepared? Here are my top healing soups and when to use them…

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Simple Caprese Salad

Before the summer season ends, get your hands on some firm ripe tomatoes and make this delicious Caprese Salad. You’re going to love it!

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