This morning I enjoyed a delicious, healthy breakfast that was chock-full of protein, vitamins and minerals. Whenever I eat something really healthy, I notice a difference in how I feel. I feel better – more awake, more energetic, and better equipped to handle the day. I also notice that I’m hungry less. It’s because the … More Fried Green Tomatoes with Spinach Egg Scramble
omg… I know I’ve been posting a lot of recipes lately (I do want to build up my recipe stash…), but I have to post this one. It’s chillier today and although it’s still summer, it just felt like a soup day. Skies are grey, it’s threatening rain… So I decided to give this a whirl. … More Cauliflower Soup
This afternoon I was in the mood for guacamole – so I made some quick and easy dip using just a handful of ingredients and my food processor. You can omit the onions if you don’t like it to have a kick. Ingredients 2 ripe avocados 2-3 medium tomatoes, diced 2-3 cloves garlic, chopped … More Guacamole in Under 10 Minutes
While visiting my parents this summer, I took a look through my mom’s cookbooks. In her vast collection, I spotted two books by Ani Phyo, who writes an easy-to-absorb raw food explanation and many recipes. I wrote a whole bunch down from both books, and tonight I served a delicious dessert inspired by her Raw … More Delightful Dessert: Fresh Mango Cobbler by Ani Phyo
Another hit in our family was something I served last night. I was hugely impressed when my husband took a big heaping second helping! The sprouted wild rice makes it super easy for your body to digest, and believe it or not, it makes it easier to digest other foods as well. To start, you’ll … More Cran-Nut Wild Rice
A while ago, my mom made something for me for lunch, and I had no idea what it was called. She told me it’s called “Gazpacho”, and I thought, how did I never know about Gazpacho before now?!? It’s a cold, vegetable-based soup with history mostly in Spain and Portugal. I’ve seen a couple of … More Gazpacho? Yes please!