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3 Layer Super Protein Salad

  I love layering salads. Each component adds its own distinctive taste, and when sampled together the result is a vibrant symphony of flavors. Making a layered salad is similar to creating an ice cream sundae: start with a base of tossed greens (in a simple oil-and-balsamic dressing) and top with two or more salads. […]

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Fast Food for Busy People

I was going to title this email like this…   Fast Food for Slow People   Slow, that is, in getting dinner ready, but…I didn’t think it would be perceived as intended. Seriously though, this week’s email is all about making dinnertime easier, better tasting, and faster to prepare, and of course healthy. There are […]

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Eggs and a Quick Saute

  Frittata with Sautéed Mushrooms, Onions and Potatoes Whenever I’m hungry and want a quick, yet satisfying meal I reach for my favorite cast iron pan, some eggs and whatever fresh vegetables I have on hand. In this case it was crimini mushrooms, onions and a jalapeno. I cut them thinly and cooked them – […]

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Fettuccine with tomato/pesto

Tomato/pesto is one of my favorite, quick sauces. It’s intensely flavorful without being overwhelming like pesto alone can be; it’s fast – especially if you have containers of tomato and pesto sauces in your freezer -which is so easy if you make big batches every time you make these sauces; and finally, it’s frigging delicious! […]

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Simple Tomato Salads

  The summer salad we served most often from my childhood garden was randomly diced tomatoes (core and imperfections removed – bite sized pieces) mixed with thinly sliced red onions and basil, seasoned and drizzled with extra virgin olive oil. We ate it along with a hunk of rustic bread to lap up the juices. […]

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