Spicy Peanut Noodles with Tofu

When it quickly goes from 50 degree weather to 90 degree heat, a fast change in cooking styles ignites my kitchen.And when you have, not one, but two, kids graduating from high school and going off to college at the same time, simplicity is in order.When your motto...

Homemade Bone Broth

I get asked  a whole lot of questions when I teach my cooking classes. Everything from “what brand of olive oil do you use the most?” to “is pink Himalayan sea salt really better for you than plain old Kosher salt?”. But the number one question...

Spring Carrot Hemp Seed Salad

It feels so good to be back on the blog. I have been sending out newsletters and promoting things, but have not taken the time to post a new recipe lately. This time of year is notoriously busy for me, but when is it not?If you haven’t noticed, it’s been...

Having My Way With Bread

March is such a funny time of the year for me. All it takes is one mild day for me to start dreaming up what will go in the garden. You can feel it and taste it, but too bad, it’s still winter. I woke up to a windy, 25 degree day today and started...

Hearty Chicken Soup with Barley and Kale

We always have those foods that we turn to when we are not feeling well, physically or emotionally. For some, it’s chocolate (yes, I have certainly been guilty of this). Yet, when the days get dark and I am not feeling my best, I always turn to soup.I’m...

Winter Green Soup

You  know what they say about making resolutions don’t you? You forget them almost as quickly as you make them. About two weeks to be exact. I stopped making resolutions years ago. Those promises to myself to “lose weight this year” or “get to...

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