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This spinach artichoke dip had been amped up with more vegetables and Italian seasoning and then all rolled up in vegan egg roll wrappers and air-fried! What?! Get ready to crunch through to creamy dip you've always loved.

This quick to make Asian inspired dish incorporates easy to cook seasonal greens and the all popular nutritional powerhouse, quinoa.  Who would put asparagus, bok choy and micro greens together?  You would.  And, now your friends will believe you when you tell them salads aren't boring....

I love this hearty, yet light stew that introduces summer's harvest! The squash pulls it all together, bringing the soup to a stew-like consistency and the lemon at the end brightens it all up. I hope you like it as much as I do!  

Looking for a way to use that abundance of produce your garden had offered you this late summer? This no-cook and easily adjustable vegetable ceviche is the perfect fit for the hot summertime meal you are looking for.

A green eatin' lovin' cowboy is the new sexy, so, giddyup baby and let's layer goodness on top of goodness!  I'll let you choose the cruciferous (AKA: healthy-as-a-horse-you'll-be-for-eating-them), then scoop YOUR caviar on top and let the rodeo begin!  

This is an authentic tasting old-school Thai dish that is easily adaptable to any kitchen. Spice it up even more by adding more curry, or mellow it down by adding a softer creamy taste with more coconut milk. You're the boss. 

Make a batch of these nachos, divide them up into 5 separate containers and you have breakfast at your desk all week long.

Potato salad is a family gathering staple. It says "summer". It says, "Americana". It says boring. It's true, we love potatoes, but this dish can be boring, and fatty, and just blah. So, I've decided to take what we used to love so much and infuse it with flavors and textures we love. This Everyt...

Make this when you're sober.  Eat it when you're not.  So good you'll even remember it.  Promise.  (Don't forget to turn the oven off!)

This light, yet filling, any-night-of-the-week dinner is fresh and easily modifiable to your palate. I used a dry-saute method in this recipe and the video further explains how this is done.

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