Recipes

Keeping salad on its 'A' game, this bowl of greens leave all other salads in the dust! A mash up of asparagus, green peas, bell peppers, and quinoa lightly dressed in a creamy lemon herb dressing, this is salad reinvented. It's filling, it's a wellness warrior and most importantly it's darn deliciou...

A little smoky, a little spicy, this easy to come together recipe hits the senses, checks off the nutrients needed and keeps those calories low. Using one whole bunch of greens, to boot! Who needs a salad? Not you.

Fancy pickled onions without the cost or the time.

Creamy avocado, big filling bites of smoky vegetables, topped with a slight bite of delicious quick pickled red onions. That's enough to confuse and delight your taste buds in this new year! No heaviness to weight you down, just nutrient dense, real food to fill you up, and and keep that metabolism ...

Remembering back to those holiday boxes of chocolates filled with different centers, wondering if you'll get one that you love. This is that one.

People will eye these from across the room, slyly make their way, pick one up, pop in their mouth and become wide-eyed with delight. Best party appetizer winner: you.

The ultimate one-pot meal! This plant-based riff on authentic Spanish Paella has deep layers of flavor that will have you scooping up the very last drop of goodness with big thick crusty bread!

Crispy, crunchy coco-nutty tofu dunked into a creamy garlic-ginger sauce is just what you are looking for when that urge for Japanese food strikes. No deep fried grossness here! You'll love the layers of flavor (that you control!), and won't have that slothy dragginess after!

I was asked to create recipes for a presentation & food demo I gave to a group coming to learn about chronic inflammation. I see these balls over over the place (shoot, I've been making them for years!), but I've never really made them for a particular purpose - unless just trying to pack a nutr...

I find this basil to be great on heavier dishes like pasta or pizza because the lemon adds a balancing brightness. This also works well on root vegetable chips (especially beet chips) as the earthy undertones of the roots and the citrus in the fruit compliment each other well.