Do you suffer seasonally from overzealous zucchini in your or your neighbor’s garden? Are you bored with loafs of zucchini bread? Bothered by complicated lunches & looking for quicker options? All kidding aside, this is a seriously easy recipe and a great way to grab what’s in the garden and throw together a quick, healthyish … Continue reading Easy Zucchini “Pasta”
Strawberry Rhubarb Muffins 🍓 I can’t get enough seasonal produce. Ever. We eat our fair share fresh, but i love exploring with different recipes too. I only wish these were the strawberries i grew up picking in my grandma’s garden. Still, these were gone in two days- a hit with the whole family. I’ll be … Continue reading Gluten Free Strawberry Rhubarb Muffins
My apologies for my absence in this space! We are now in our second week in a new house and new city, and I needed all the attention and time and energy I could muster for keeping my health coaching practice going while also packing and moving with a toddler. Things are finally starting to … Continue reading Nourishing Practices and Sesame Seed Milk
I cannot get enough purple cabbage lately. So when I say this Food 52 recipe for Lentil Walnut Tacos with Cabbage-Lime Slaw, I had to make it. But, as usual, I never follow recipes exactly. I planned to do my best following this one, but then I made it home from the grocery store without … Continue reading Taco Night Married Up.
I, primarily plant-based eater/sometimes vegan, take you steak & bacon eater to love--in sickness and in health, till death do us part. True story. By now, I'm sure the whole world knows about Oh She Glows and also knows of many other blogs aspiring to be like it. When I started two blogs before this … Continue reading Marry the Meal. One.
Dinner this week was on point. And since my sweet baby's arrival, I've been off my kitchen game. It's hard. Not just now, it's always been hard in our house. Here's why: My husband eats: Meat (including: steak, pot roast, chicken anyway but baked, bacon, and pepperoni), bell peppers, potatoes, bread. Maybe some lettuce. Maybe … Continue reading A House Divided.
Roasted Butternut Squash and Green Chili Bisque Prep time 50 minutes, cooking time 15 minutes Ingredients: *1 Small or Medium Butternut Squash * 1/3 cup of green chiles * 1 small vidalia onion * 2 carrots * 1 celery stalk * 2 garlic cloves * 1-2 cups vegetable broth * olive oil * 1 tsp. … Continue reading Happy Autumn!
Let me get one thing straight. I am not a lady with leisure time. But I am a lady who does lunch. For the last 4 months, I longed for lunch. Something more than a smoothie or a handful of nuts and a piece of fruit. Fruit is good, but after 4 months of grabbing … Continue reading Lets Do Lunch.