These Tortilla Rollups are one of those wonderfully adaptable recipes that can be switched up to suit almost every taste and diet. And they are quick and easy to make too! Perfect for entertaining this summer when you don't want to be stuck in the kitchen making appetizers (or lunch). All you need to… Continue reading Quick and Easy Tortilla Rollups and Tasty Tuesdays Linky Party
If you are looking for a tasty meatless meal I have a quick and flavorful idea for you: Barbecue Lentil Mushroom Burgers. Today is the 20th of the month so it's time for the Crazy Ingredient Challenge. A group of bloggers pick two ingredients not normally paired together and create a dish with them. The… Continue reading Barbecue Lentil Mushroom Burgers – Crazy Ingredient Challenge
These Black Bean Pesto Crackers used up items I had around the house and ended up being a tasty and healthy snack. Win-Win! Especially great this time of year when we are all trying to eat healthier to offset the damage we did to our waistlines over the holidays. Or maybe it is just me that needs… Continue reading Black Bean Pesto Crackers
Creamy yet light, full flavored, healthy, no-cooking "made in a food processor (blender)" soup. This White Gazpacho may just be my new favorite dish of summer. And I think it photographs quite nicely too. Plus, if you want to make this vegan and/or gluten-free, a few easy substitutions should do the trick. I recently joined some… Continue reading White Gazpacho – Home Made Summer GIVEAWAY
Banana Swirl Ice Cream from Daniel Tiger's Neighborhood without a blender. Let your preschooler make this "all by myself".
My family would gather on Thanksgiving day at Aunt Jeanne and Uncle John's house (for 60 years!). On Friday or Saturday afterwards my mom would make another turkey with cornbread stuffing and pear salad (canned pears with a dollop of mayonnaise in the hole topped with a maraschino cherry). This way we had leftovers too.… Continue reading Turkey Curry
Here's another gem that I found while looking for the Oatmeal Bread recipe that I still haven't found: Sprouted Quinoa Salad with Avocado Dressing. My friend, Kelle Saunders, was a student at the Optimum Health Institute and she was kind enough to share some of the recipes with me years ago. I don't know anything… Continue reading Making Sprouts and Sprouted Quinoa Salad
My brother and I disagree on many subjects. Beets are one of them. I remember him eating them straight out of the jar in the refrigerator as a child, fingers and face stained red. I was a nice big sister and left them for him to eat. Recently, he sent me his recipe for Andalusian Beet Gazpacho in response to… Continue reading Andalusian Beet Gazpacho