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Grandma Nita is in the house, and she makes the best escarole, potato & white bean soup on earth. Today’s recipe only took 20 minutes to make, and is so healthy I was able to eat a half of an Enzo’s beef & sausage combo on the side. (Order in link in story!)
My son is a pretty big meat eater, but he sat down and demolished this loaded sunshiney squash so fast that the spoon settled into the empty cavity with the steam still rising from the shell!
What really sticks out was this gorgeous broiled grapefruit that she made, because it was just like her: simple, elegant, unfussy and healthy.
Today’s bag was filled with a sample of Dave’s favorite loose tea from Rishi!
Sophie is in her first year of medical school, and enjoys sharing her passion for vegan cooking and baking with others.
Chocolate and beets. Rutabaga and cinnamon. Zucchini and bread pudding. These are just a few of the unusual pairings that Chef Rose Deneen…
Yes, it’s sort of like the movie Moonstruck but with a big sausage and beef place instead of a plumbing business.
“red cabbage is boosting your body’s blood while also tasting and looking fabulous”
love the idea of alternative flours. White flour tastes great, but I have a sensitivity to low blood-sugar levels, and I can get a bit shaky if I eat white flour products on an empty stomach. Since chick peas have a lower glycemic index, this recipe would be one that I would try.
My sister Lisa and I have been reading the Joyce Meyer bible together and listening to her podcasts a lot. It’s nice because Lisa texts me passages she reads before heading to work, and we can send each other little ‘faith texts’ throughout the day. We used to send each […]
It’s one week to Christmas and I would like to give thanks and praise to all God’s living angels who have reminded me the spirit of the season. This column is dedicated to a few people in my life who have caused a chain reaction through their unselfish acts which […]
Remember that cute little cafe that you loved before the big chain bulldozed it and now there is no charm? Here’s your chance to support a great vegan cafe when it is still small enough to have its wholistic soul, genuine enough to have an organic sparkle, and healthy enough […]