I love Thin Mints, and by “love” I mean I could easily plow through an entire sleeve of them in one sitting. Like many other cookie-craving Americans, I’d “help” out our local Girl Scouts by handing over enough dough for several boxes (so I could freeze them and enjoy them at will, naturally, or *cough* [...]
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If you love cheese and cool, fresh chicken salad, you’re in for a treat with this recipe – my favorite light and fresh lunch item, especially when the temperatures start to climb (it’s also a great accompaniment to a bowl of tomato soup, though, so it’s good any time). The “cups” are formed by cheese [...]
Ice cream is made for summer, but if you’re allergic to dairy (or trying to watch your weight – who isn’t?), it can be recipe for disaster. Take heart, though, you can still have your treat and eat it, too! The magic of this Twice as Nice Cream lies in its simplicity. All that’s needed [...]
When winter’s chill-you-to-the-bone temperatures take hold, there’s nothing like a bowl of hot and savory soup to warm the soul. When I was a kid, a piping cup of soup and a gooey grilled cheese sandwich was my mom’s go-to meal for me and my sisters when we stomped off our snowy boots and peeled [...]
How to Kick the Sugar Habit - and Why You REALLY Should By Julie Williamson After a sweet love affair that ended in pain and disappointment, I decided it was time (past time, really) to kiss sugar goodbye. The breakup was a bitter one, especially at first. My head ached, my mind kept wandering to [...]
Gluten-Free Hint o’ Mint Cookies [recipe]Gluten-Free Hint o’ Mint Cookies - - Almond flour ((not almond meal)), coconut flour, cacao powder, Sea salt ((fine grain)), Baking soda, butter ((organic from pasture-raised cows)), raw local honey, pure peppermint extract ((according to taste brand potency), plus another ½ to ¾ tsp. peppermint extract for chocolate coating), pure [...]
Roasted Garlic- and Romano-stuffed Artichokes If you’ve never cooked up an artichoke, don’t be scared off by its prickly, perplexing exterior. Let me tell you, it takes very little effort to turn this layered veggie into an absolutely delicious appetizer or side dish. My favorite way to prepare it is also one of the [...]
Sweet Potato-Apple Casserole with Whiskey-Glazed Pecans This dish is probably the most popular I’ve ever made (and it's not just for Thanksgiving); it’s inspired by Food Network chef Guy Fieri’s version – only mine replaces the highly-processed agave nectar with local raw honey. I also use ultra-tart organic Granny Smith apples (and double the quantity) [...]
Indian Summer Chopped Salad Roasted corn, fresh avocado, tender black beans and chunks of mildly spicy chicken keep the warmth dialed up and let this salad stand on its own as a filling, colorful and delish main dish. I love autumn. I mean, really love it. Still, there’s something about those first weeks of [...]
Is Your Diet Anemic? You Might Be Surprised By Julie Williamson Six weeks ago, blood tests recently revealed some interesting results: I’m anemic. This news should come as little surprise, really. I’m not an enthusiastic carnivore. I was a vegetarian during college and maintained that status for nearly [...]