Poblano Peppers and Quinoa

Peppery Fall Deliciousness! Poblano peppers, like other mild or sweet peppers, are high in fiber and low in fat and calories, making for a filling yet lean food.  Poblanos are … Continue Reading →


Heirloom Tomato, Quinoa, and Cilantro Bowl

End of Summer Never Tasted so Good! Looking for a healthy meal after too much summer celebrating?  The end of summer and welcoming of fall brings some great garden goods … Continue Reading →


Vegan Dill Potato Salad

What to Bring to Your Labor Day Weekend Cookout I am not a big fan of potato salad, all the mayo and weird coloring….until now.  I love this recipe, no … Continue Reading →


Family Dinner

Farm Fresh, Good Wine, Old Things and a Beautiful Landscape Big food gatherings aren’t just for holidays anymore, with the local and fresh food movement gaining popularity, community get- togethers … Continue Reading →


Red Wine Dilemma Solved

Wine Wipes     If you are like me, you love your red wine, it’s got great health benefits, makes food taste better and warms you in the winter.  Like … Continue Reading →


Kale Slaw and Happy 4th of July!

What to Bring to your Next BBQ     Happy 4th of July!  This is a great addition to your holiday BBQ’s, I’ll be taking it to our potluck party. … Continue Reading →


Thai Asparagus and Broccoli Noodles

More Spring Greens! Continuing with meals using spring’s super greens, this week the focus was on asparagus.  One of my fave veggies, and in full season right now!  We found … Continue Reading →


Goji Berries, Chia and Arugula

 An Über Healthy Salad for Your Next Meal     I am working through Yoga Journal’s May issue recipes covering spring greens.  Last week I posted a recipe I had … Continue Reading →


Rainbow Chard and Leeks

 Super Greens: Chard and Leeks I’ve been trying out some of my Yoga Journal recipes, the May issue had a great spread on Spring’s super-greens. Namely arugula, asparagus, bok choy, … Continue Reading →


Roasted Veggies, Coconut Rice, Curried Guacamole

Strange But Good   This may seem like an odd combination of foods, it’s kind of American/Indian/Thai/Mexican or something like that, but it works and works well!! I adapted this … Continue Reading →