Monthly Archive for February, 2016

Greens and Chive Seed Bread

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This is far from your typical St. Patrick’s Day inspired food post. The only common thread linking this recipe to St. Patrick’s Day is that, like a Leprechaun, Greens and Chive Seed Bread is incredibly naturally green. This delicious Paleo/vegetarian/grain free egg-forward bread is almost soufflé like when served warm; and when served at room temperature it is reminiscent of a dry frittata.

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Matcha Ricotta Happiness Bowl

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There are times in life when your go to move is the ‘no recipe move’. Some cooks, like my Guy, can simply open up the refrigerator and create amazing concoctions based upon inspiration from the available ingredients. I typically am not in this category. I love to follow a good recipe concept, and often times Continue reading ‘Matcha Ricotta Happiness Bowl’

Red Lentil Coconut Curry Soup

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Life has a funny way of boosting you up when you least expect it. And that in itself is inspiring. While this was not the recipe I anticipated posting this week, I couldn’t resist. And on this day of Hearts I wanted to share the LOVE.

Last week I had noticed that a new friend of mine, Judith, was listed in an email as the primary contact for our daughter’s school fundraising soup lunch and Lenten festivities. On numerous occasions over the past four months she had helped our family throughout my diagnosis, surgery and recovery. In hopes of somehow helping her, I stepped out of my ‘recovery comfort zone’ and took a bold step by offering to make a pot of lentil soup for the lunch.

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Creamy Golden Turmeric Tea

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It’s often the simple things that make the biggest impact. Right now I am all about simple comforts…AND SAVORY FLAVORS. I’ve traditionally been a sweet kinda gal but things are a’changing. I regularly enjoy putting turmeric powder into my veggie smoothies, but the colder weather had me inspired to create a warm turmeric drink.

Not familiar with turmeric? Turmeric is an ancient root that has been used for centuries for its healing properties. With a peppery, warm and bitter flavor, the mild fragrance of turmeric resembles Continue reading ‘Creamy Golden Turmeric Tea’