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Fresh Berry Soup

As it warms up, more fruits are coming into season. I especially love all kinds of fresh berries that are showing up at farmers’ markets. This soup features strawberries, but could be easily adapted for whichever berry is your particular favorite. It makes for a simple, sophisticated dessert or a great meal starter. Get My […]

Caprese Toast

A caprese salad is a simple, delicious, refreshing salad of tomatoes, basil, and mozzarella. It’s a great dish which relies on extremely high quality ingredients for maximum flavor impact. I love caprese salads, but you can only really enjoy them in the summer, because the hothouse tomatoes available the rest of the year simply aren’t […]

Tzatziki: Savory Greek Yogurt Sauce

Yogurt is not just for breakfast. Don’t get me wrong, yogurt is great as a thickening protein source in a smoothie or as a binder for a bowl of fruit, but yogurt is also great as a savory ingredient. Savory tzatziki is a tangy Greek sauce for meat, rice, and bread. It’s a better addition […]

Mayo-free egg salad

Eggs are a great source of protein, omega-3 fats, and vitamin B12. Mayonnaise is mostly a source of fat. While some fat is good for you, the standard American diet is loaded with it, and cutting it down painlessly is usually a good bet. This recipe replaces the mayo with a combination of fat-free Greek […]

Chicken Satay with Peanut Sauce

Chicken breast is a staple protein for anyone who’s trying to eat healthy and avoid a high fat diet. Sometimes, it seems as if the chicken all tastes the same, and you long for a way to change it up. Chicken satay, a dish common in Thai restaurants, and is one way of spicing things […]

Lobster Salad with Citrus Vinaigrette

Lobster is delicious, sustainable, and healthy. In addition to the protein you might expect, lobster is also a great source of copper and selenium. It also contains zinc, phosphorus, vitamin B12, magnesium, and vitamin E. This fresh entrée type salad also includes avocados, pea shoots, and citrus. It’s fresh-tasting, delicious, and good for you, too. […]

Savory Breakfast Parfait

Sometimes the best breakfast is reworking a little of what I had the night before. For this particular breakfast, I start with lentils and then throw in whatever leftover vegetables I have hanging around. I like to keep cooked lentils on hand, because they are a great way to bulk out a salad or soup. […]

Angelic Eggs

Deviled eggs are a summer time classic on picnics and in backyard barbecues. But you can cut back on the mayonnaise (which probably has mostly soy oil) and pickle relish (chock full of sugar) while loading up on taste. Eggs are packed with protein and also include vitamin A, several B vitamins, phosphorus, and selenium. […]

Homemade Yogurt

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Yogurt should be a delicious and beneficial part of your diet. When made correctly, it’s not full of sugar, and it has plenty of healthy protein, calcium, B vitamins, potassium, and magnesium. Further, the bacteria in yogurt are the good kind, the probiotics you want to encourage more of in your gut. While you can’t […]

Bananas Faux-ster – Bananas Foster without the Fire and Sugar

Valentine’s Day is a special occasion that calls for a fancy dessert. This version of Bananas Foster omits the fire, alcohol, and much of the sugar of the traditional version, but still has plenty of banana. Bananas are great for your loved one’s heart, because they’re high in potassium and low in salt, so they […]
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