The springtime color palette is evident in the preparations of this delicious, nutritious salad. We only have a few more weeks until the many signs of spring take over and push the winter away. Let’s start getting out those pastels and brighten up the rest of winter!
I used ½ of a large butternut squash in my last recipe, Vegan Stacked Timbale, and knew exactly which recipe would be perfect for the other ½ of the squash. Quick, easy and Dairy-free Butternut Squash Soup is the perfect comfort food for Cabin Fever Blues. Rich in Vitamins A and C, this hearty soup is surprisingly low ∞
So, flu season is peaking around now, and what can we do to protect ourselves? In addition to taking vitamins and not stressing, how about boosting up that ol’ immune system? Finding nourishing foods is easy when the combined flavors are as delicious as this fresh salsa. We all know that garlic and jalapeños are ∞
These mini tomatoes are sold as ‘authentic San Marzano’ style, and they taste glorious! I found a small bag of them in the grocery store and wanted to give them a try. Even though they aren’t grown near the sea breezes of the Gulf of Naples, they are every bit as delicious. Sweet, pulpy, low ∞
There are still a few remaining plants from ancient civilizations that we are enjoying today. Farro, Italian for “ancient wheat grain” has origins in Mesopotamia and hasn’t changed a bit in thousands of years. It is a healthy alternative to refined grains and is packed with healthy nutrition, 5 benefits of Farro Quinoa is technically also ∞
This deliciously detoxifying vegetable will be a healthy addition to your Thanksgiving/Friendsgiving Feast. The brain boost from Turmeric will have your guests teaming with captivating, interesting, and uplifting conversation throughout the whole meal. As we are counting our blessings this Thanksgiving, we will all certainly thank our thoughtful host or hostess for making this delicious ∞
It has been an incredible fig harvest from our 5 fig trees here in New Jersey. We have enjoyed tree-ripened figs all summer, and now that it’s autumn, the ones left on the trees are ready to be dried and stored for recipes throughout the winter. There are a few different ways to dry figs. ∞