• Simple Rainbow Slaw

    A quick slaw perfect for any time of the year! Simple Rainbow Slaw Ingredients sliced red cabbage thinly sliced apple thinly sliced red bell pepper julienned carrots balsamic vinegar olive oil sprinkle of salt and pepper Instructions Combine equals parts of: sliced red cabbage thinly sliced apple thinly sliced red read more…

    Crunchy Kale Salad Recipe

    This Crunchy Kale Salad recipe is a great way pack more veggies into your day! Vegetables are nutrient-dense and incredibly diverse in flavor and texture. I try to eat a balance between raw and cooked veggies every day for variety – raw veggies require almost no prep! Want healthy meals read more…

    Garlic Ginger Brussels Sprouts

    More veggies, please! This is a pretty simple side dish that compliments virtually any main. To save cooking time, I sliced the Brussels sprouts thinly, but if you’re crunched you could either buy them pre-sliced (I’ve seen them at Trader Joe’s) or halve and steam them, then throw them in read more…

    Fermented Ginger Carrots

    Fermented ginger carrots will knock your socks off! It’s no secret that I love fermented foods (sauerkraut and kombucha being my favorites) because of their probiotic content, and lately I’ve started to expand my horizons. I went to a farmer’s market recently and saw a jar of fermented ginger carrots read more…

    Ratatouille a la Claudette Recipe

    This Ratatouille rainbow on a plate was inspired by a ratatouille made by my amazing friend Claudette, the owner of Cavegirl Confections (her granola and nut butters are HIGH quality and made with love…and she ships). We got together for dinner last week—with scallops, crab cakes, pork belly and lamb kofta read more…

    Jicama Carrot Slaw

    Jicama Carrot Slaw is an unexpected twist on a traditional favorite! Memorial Day Weekend is almost here. That means it’s time for more BBQs and summer fun, and it also means it’s socially acceptable to wear white. I almost never wear white because I’m the world’s biggest klutz. Truly. Just read more…