In the book Healing Smoothies, Daniella Chace shares the nifty tip of brewing green tea and freezing it in ice cube trays. She uses these green tea cubes in her smoothies in place of ice. So smart!
I don’t know about you, but mussels, calamari and scallops have always intimidated me. I love eating them, it’s the preparing part that’s always made me shy away. Well joy of joys, let us fear squid and shellfish no more. Have I got an easy seafood soup recipe for you!
These wiggly Pumpkin Jigglers are a staple in our house this time of year. They are loaded with the goodness of pumpkin, coconut milk and gelatin.
While most of our garden is winding down, the cherry tomatoes continue to go gangbusters. And despite Little Man’s new found love for these little bombs (thank you sweet Flora for turning him on to them) and the chipmunk cheeks he gets a kick out of when he stuffs three on each side of his mouth—we’re overwhelmed by them!
Life in this big, beautiful world can get pretty hectic, wearisome and crazy. And when there’s no escape, we turn to stress-reducing habits, good and bad, to help us chill and see us through.
Foods like this dairy free pesto leave my body screaming for more. Use it as a pesto over pasta, as a sauce or as a dip. I love it snuggled up to my scrambled eggs.
Do you ever experience temporary addictions to certain foods? This spinach sauerkraut dip has been my craving for the past week. Thankfully it’s real good for you.
I wasn’t quite sure what to call this jerky? Gluten-Free Beef Jerky? Low-FODMAP Beef Jerky? Easy Paleo Beef Jerky? Refined Sugar-Free Beef Jerky? Tasty Beef Jerky (now there’s a winner)? Because all the names fit.
These meatless power wrap snacks are a popular vegan snack food—like a vegan slim jims. These Veggie Jim recipe is packed with flavor and nutrients.
Thankfully the school my boys are in this year has a strict “No Food” policy (aside from home lunch). I…
I can’t tell you how many times this has happened. I’ve come up with something so brilliant, so original, so…
Most varieties of winter squash are forgiving in their cooking times. Spaghetti squash is not. Here’s how to cook spaghetti squash—perfectly.