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Easy, Healthy Changes to Make at Home

When we’re talking about living healthy in the real world, a big part of it is making little changes. Baby steps. Little pieces that make a big difference in the long-term. With that in mind, here are four easy switches to make this week that w...

Tropical chutney

I keep promising myself not to go to the supermarket on an empty stomach…my eyes have always been way bigger than my stomach! The trolley gets jam packed with tons of things I don’t need and usually end up wasting later on, as by the time...
by Greedy Foodster on Apr 19, 2014

Food on the go

I have always been a big “nibbler”. Love having easy to pick up tasties lying about the house that easily fill a gap between main meals or act as a midnight treat….yes, I do know one shouldn’t snack at night, but that’s...
by Greedy Foodster on Apr 16, 2014

Strawberry and Grilled Chicken Salad

I found the most beautiful handmade hardwood kitchen utensils at the Best of the Northwest Arts Fair.  The booth was Fisher Woodworking, and the artisan, Geoff, showed me many of his favorites including a flat-edged spoon made of mahogany.  The spo...
by Beloved Green on Apr 11, 2014

The Colossal rib

My move to Cornwall has thankfully gone smoothly (12th time lucky..) and with all the boxes finally put away, it’s time to make my little helpers a special dinner to say a big “Thank you”. You can find an abundance of great produce...
by Greedy Foodster on Apr 7, 2014

Rosemary Sea Salt Pretzels with Rosemary Cheddar Cheese Sauce

Recipe: Rosemary Sea Salt Pretzels with Rosemary Cheddar Cheese Sauce Summary: They are fun to make and eat! This time we added fresh rosemary and sea salt to the dough. The combination is awesome! They are good plain, but he made a rosemary cheese s...
by What2Cook on Apr 4, 2014

Paint Color Trends 2014 – Color Experts Weigh In

My article on 2014 Paint Color Trends just hit the newsstand in Everyday Home magazine, woohoo! When the editor asked me to write the article back in the fall, I decided to share not only my predictions, but also those of some other color experts who...
by The Decorologist on Mar 31, 2014

Arugula Salad & Sweet Mango Vinaigrette

by Mila Ilina in the SpaFusion Cleanse Program (recipe ebook & weight-loss guide) – featured in the Premiere issue of Super Raw Life Magazine Issue #1 Ingredients: SALAD 2 cups arugula 1/4 cup onion slices 1 tablespoon hemp seeds DRESSING 1...
by Raw Food Recipes on Mar 19, 2014

Roast Beets with Ricotta and Mint

There is something about a beet that excites me.  Pretty sure it is that gorgeous color that just seeps right out of it -- literally.  The tops of beets are an amazing source of Vitamin A, while the roots are full of Vitamin C.  They are filled wi...
by Beloved Green on Mar 19, 2014

Irish Hills Cupcakes

I have always wanted to have a bit of Irish blood running through my family tree. So far, not a drop.  Trust me, I looked, but it appears I just need to embrace my German-Austrian heritage. Except on St. Patrick's Day.  Everybody gets to be Iri...
by Beloved Green on Mar 16, 2014

Roast Chicken with Lemon Cream Gravy

My mother was never an avid cook.  She whole heartily admits her talents go nowhere near the kitchen and would rather clean the entire house then make a meal from scratch.  Many years ago she surprised me with a roasting pan.  Her only explanation...
by Beloved Green on Mar 12, 2014

Herb Bouquet-Stuffed Cornish Hens with a Marmalade Glaze

Recipe: Herb Bouquet-Stuffed Cornish Hens with a Marmalade Glaze Summary: Good food, family and friends bring the flavor to life; and love, kindness and mercy. Taste what’s good and pass it on.Text from what2cook.net Text from what2cook.net Ingred...
by What2Cook on Mar 9, 2014

Happy Pancake Day

Pancake day….Wonderful! I adore pancakes….can absolutely live on them! Sweet, savoury, plain, with butter, with fruit….all are a go! My fave are the thick, fluffy, “bubbly”, yeasty ones… My great gran was an absolu...
by Greedy Foodster on Mar 4, 2014

Baby Potatoes with Asparagus and Caper Dressing

This recipe is going to do double duty.  He -- I've decided this recipe is going to be masculine in nature, that's my prerogative -- will be a side dish today, and tomorrow he will be apart of my breakfast. No slackers allowed in my kitchen. As so...
by Beloved Green on Feb 27, 2014

Focaccia with Bacon Cheddar and Eggs in Wells

Recipe: Focaccia with Bacon Cheddar and Eggs in Wells Summary: Beyond creative and so gorgeous! I topped it with some roasted red peppers, arugula, more bacon – and a few drizzles of olive oil. The eggs were treated to a sprinkling of sea salt, fre...
by What2Cook on Feb 15, 2014

Twix Cake

Summary: A tribute cake version rather than a larger replica. My favourite yellow cake mixture on the base, a gooey caramel layer on top, sliced into two skinny finger-shaped cakes and covered with a layer of rippled milk chocolate ganache. Twix Cak...
by What2Cook on Feb 13, 2014

Steenbergs Tasting Panel results – Spices 1

  Spice Tastings Welcome to 2014 and a review of our exciting new Taster Panels!  Back in October 2013, we asked all of our lovely customers if any of you would like to be tea and spice tasters for us and luckily lots of you agreed! Thank you s...
by Steenbergs on Feb 5, 2014

Sea Salt Chocolate Cookies {gluten free}

Last night was one of those nights where it became clear by about 4PM that we wouldn’t be leaving the house for anything, including food, drink, or entertainment.  With the outside temps reaching highs in the single digits, it was …...
by The Natural Ginger on Jan 26, 2014

Meyer Mandarin Kosho, a twist on classic Japanese citrus pepper paste

Meyer Mandarin Kosho   *Recipe Notes: Yuzu kosho is traditionally left to age for a week before being eaten.  We used some of ours fresh, which is still delicious, but if you have the time, make it a week ahead, because the flavors will be eve...
by La Fuji Mama on Jan 9, 2014

spelt skillet naan

Naan, is probably the most popular menu item requested at my home whenever I invite guests over for an Indian meal. It has all the good qualities of a flatbread bread which in my opinion are: be able to sop up and grab curries, gravies and sauces or...
by A Brown Table on Jan 8, 2014


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