Garlic

July 30, 2014

Summer Soup – Sweet and Spicy White Bean

Out of your weekend food prep rhythm because its summer? Add this soup to your list and get back on track! It doesn’t have to be freezing outside to enjoy soup! Even in the summer, soups are a great meal to prep ahead for the week so you have an easy lunch to bring to work,  or dinner ready to go...
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Spaghetti Squash with Peas and Avocado Walnut Pesto

Spaghetti squash was actually not on my grocery list this past week. I only purchase it in season and always classify it as a fall/winter food. But there in Whole Foods was a display of local Lancaster, PA organic squash. I couldn’t resist and am happy I didn’t! I have made a variety of different pesto in the past with...

Eggplant, Red Pepper & Spinach Farro

Rather than cook a pasta salad or even cook pasta & sauce, I generally reach for a less processed whole grain such as farro, bulgur, amaranth, or quinoa. They all provide so much more from a nutrient standpoint, they offer different textures for variety, and they are much more filling and satisfying. This farro dish could be a great addition...

Lentil Burger Recipe

Here’s a delicious recipe to help in celebrating National Hamburger Day! It’s a good idea to go meatless if only for one day a week, and after all the Memorial Day grilling that Americans enjoyed this past weekend, a meatless burger is a fantastic filling and nutrient dense option.

Easy Homemade Guacamole Recipe

A couple of years ago, Tim and I would buy the Trader Joe’s packaged guacamole because it seemed easier than making our own. Well, being the spice loving foodies that we are we started to add chopped jalapeno because the store bought stuff just wasn’t enough. Then we thought it needed more garlic…then tomato…and then cilantro… and then we realized...