If you can build a fire in your backyard fire pit, or have your favorite nature-loving camper pal to do it for you, you’ve got the beginnings of a magical meal to be shared outdoors with a bunch of your best friends.
Crunchy and full of flavor, kale chips can take the place of your packaged dead potato chips. It’s a super-food that’s super simple to prepare.
It’s really hard to find a good prepared polenta crust for pizza, yet it’s soooo easy to make. People get intimidated by polenta because they think they have to stand over the stove stirring constantly for an hour and who has time for that?
This is a perfect breakfast to have on a cold winter day. Toasted buckwheat porridge, or kasha as it’s called in Eastern Europe, is actually a seed and because it’s not a grain, it contains no gluten so people with wheat sensitivities or allergies can usually eat buckwheat.
Simple to whip up in a food processor, these banana almond crunch date squares will provide you with an energy boost and a powerful pick-me-up between meals.
This is one of my ultimate favorite comforting soups on a cold fall or winter day. A simple dreamy creamy cleansing vegan soup, made rich and nourishing by blending in sweet yams and cashews.
Hummus, a lifesaving staple for chuppies, isn’t just for chickpeas. Here’s an easy way to make delicious almond hummus!
This Spiced Love Potion is sexy smooth and will infuse your body and spirit with warmth and wellness. A little goes a long way! Serve it at room temperature in martini glasses as a romantic pre-dinner (alcohol-free) intoxicant.
You know it well – that moment when you open the cupboards and open the fridge and there is nothing to eat. No leftovers to nibble, no packages to tear into, no veggies in the crisper waiting to be tossed into a gorgeous salad, not even an overripe banana or a bag of trail mix – nothing – or so you think …