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Gluten-free Bread Crumbs

I know that staying on a gluten-free diet can be challenging, especially during the holiday season, so here’s a way to make gluten-free bread crumbs to replace regular bread crumbs in your favorite holiday dishes. And yes, you can buy them, but making them is super easy, less expensive, and a great way to use […]

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Chunky Salmon

Sometimes I run out of ideas for what to make for dinner. Surprised? Most people think I snap my fingers and I pull a fabulous meal out of my chef hat. First of all I don’t wear a chef hat – it messes my hair. But dam. Sometimes putting a tasty (and healthy) meal on […]

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My Daily Bread

Growing up my parents made fresh bread once a week. It was rustic, hard crusted on the outside, soft, airy and fragrant on the inside. One of my favorite things in the world was to cut a thick slice when it was still warm from the oven, smear it with butter and savor every bite…while […]

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Dress Your Greens a la Naturel

As Featured in Mind Body Green Why prepare a salad using fresh, nutrient-rich greens, only to toss them with store-bought dressing? Yes, they’re convenient, come with delicious-sounding names and pretty pictures, but using prepared dressings is like taking an organic apple picked from a local farm and dipping it in cheese whiz. I’m sure most […]

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Mediterranean Focaccia

  Focaccia is similar to a more famous Italian import, but it differs from pizza in that it has no sauce, isn’t smothered with cheese and has its ingredients pushed down into the dough rather than on top. You can add a variety of herbs and ingredients to a focaccia, but this one is classic […]

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Minestrone with Quinoa and Kale

Featured on Mind Body Green Shared over 100,000 times.  Minestrone is a thick vegetable/bean soup, usually with the addition of pasta. It has a long history dating back to pre-Roman days, and it used to be made primarily with leftovers by poor families looking to stretch their food resources. It’s considered a part of la cucina […]

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