This tangy, herb-infused garlic yogurt sauce can be thrown together at the last second as a perfect sauce to serve alongside many meals. It goes well with grilled meat of any kind (chicken, beef, lamb) and I’m dreaming of a burger that is topped with arugula, fresh jalapenos and a big dollop of this […]
This easy gluten-free breakfast casserole is made with real-food ingredients and can be thrown together in a flash – no chopping required! The cost is roughly $10 which is great considering it feeds 8 adults (a hearty portion).
We host a church life group in our home every Saturday morning and this casserole worked out […]
We just returned from a few days in Asheville and I thought I’d give you a glimpse into the little corner Chris and I have carved for ourselves in this town, specifically ideas of where to stay and eat.
We have been escaping to Asheville for about 8 years now. The first time was our […]
“Oooooooh ya, baby!” … out of the mouth of my innocent 7-yr-old babe when I handed him one of these Chocolate-Dipped “Caramel” Nut Pops. Followed my “mmm, mmmm” and “I want another one”.
It makes me laugh and celebrate at the same time when kids act so over the top about a healthy snack. This […]
These delicious afternoon pick-me-ups have just 2 ingredients – dates and nut or seed butter. We love them with sunflower seed butter! Hence the name Sunsweet Energy Bites.
They can be easily made into an extra special treat by dipping them in chocolate and piercing them with a lollipop stick for these Chocolate-Dipped “Caramel” Nut […]
If you love Thai coconut red curry dishes but don’t have a lot of time to cook, then this recipe is for you! This is truly the easiest way in the world to make it.
I like to prepare vegetables in advance (slice the peppers, etc.) Then when I’m ready to cook, I just saute […]
Meet my doctor, Taz Bhatia M.D. Isn’t she gorgeous? I hope she doesn’t mind that I snagged this photo off her website!
I can’t say enough about this woman. She isn’t just a doctor in the conventional sense of the word, but in the modern-traditional sense as well. She is a teacher and a healer.
This mushroom soup has a deep round flavor without being overwhelming. The carrots and potatoes make it heartier while keeping it light on the digestion.
I loved it in concept, before it was even born, which is why last week I decided to made a vat. My husband and I had it for lunch and […]
Recently, in a post about buckwheat crepes on The Nourishing Gourmet, I shared that I was contemplating whether or not I should commit to this year’s Russian Orthodox Lenten fast.
It is more or less a vegan fast (with the exception of shellfish, considered a non-luxury food) that lasts for 40 days leading up to […]
I hope you all had a wonderful weekend! We spent a lot of time outside, watched a little House of Cards and took naps each day. Now I’m taking a little time to plan our meals for the week.
If you’re like me, reading another person’s meal plan can be overwhelming because the meals are […]