Recipes

Chop Chop Mediterranean Salad

February 5, 2016
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As promised, here’s my take on the Mediterranean salad that I’ve had a few times recently. First at Burton’s Grill and then at my friend Emily’s house, inspired by Burton’s. The base is a rainbow of veggies – cucumber, bell pepper, tomatoes. Mix and match your colors : ) Only high quality olives will do in […]

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Kaleidoscope Miso Soup

January 28, 2016
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Miso isn’t a food I’ve used all that much in cooking, but I’m learning it’s such a versatile ingredient! I tried it in the Cook Smarts Miso Salmon recipe – yum! For quick lunches I’ve been mixing it with vegetable broth and any leftovers in my fridge for an impromptu miso soup. I’m calling this Kaleidoscope Miso […]

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12 Months of Real Food: Cauliflower

January 20, 2016
12 MORF Cauliflower

We’re kicking off the new year with a winter vegetable that has gained major popularity in recent years! Did you know cauliflower was in season in the winter? I didn’t! It’s always in such high demand all year around! Here are some more facts you may or may not have known about the most popular […]

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Spicy Smoked Sweet Potato Hummus

January 18, 2016
Sweet Potato Hummus

I can’t wait to share this recipe with you guys! I often shy away from hummus due to the prevalence of raw garlic, but every now and then I make a big batch at home and remember how much I love it! Of course you can always add in as many cloves of garlic as […]

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Curried Sardine Tapenade & Chips

January 13, 2016
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This post is sponsored by Simply7 Snacks One of my favorite healthy living quotes is: “It’s easier to add than subtract.” It is also easier to swap than remove! In the spirit of getting healthier in 2016, here are several swaps I’m working on making: Ending my day with reading instead of TV. No, I’m […]

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Sesame Seaweed Salad

January 5, 2016
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I am back with another kale salad for you! When visiting my parents over Christmas, I had a chopped kale salad from Weaver Street that was heavy on the Asian flavors. I knew I wanted to replicate it at home. I added in some dulse – a kind of dried seaweed – for even more […]

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Tropical Kale Salad

December 28, 2015
Tropical Kale Salad

Who says all holiday dishes have to be heavy and fattening? After indulging in holiday goodies, my taste buds always start craving something light and healthy! Making a recipe that captures seasonal tastes while still being nutrient dense is right up my alley. Enter Tropical Kale Salad, full of oranges, pomegranate, chickpeas and macadamia! Aromatic, sweet, and quenching, […]

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