Spicy Garlic Kale Chips

This weekend I enjoyed my grandson, but he came over with a cold. He is too irresistible to not hold, kiss and just eat up. I woke up this morning with a sore throat, achy body and a headache like a truck run me over a few times. I decided today I was going to […]

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Cookbook Sneak Peek Recipe ~ Cinnamon Apple Quinoa with Honey Walnuts

I am so excited to share one of the recipes from my new cookbook SET the TABLE with LOVE! The book is in the editing stages right now, but everything is going wonderfully. I will be sharing a few of my favorites from each section. This is  an actual picture from the cookbook, just click […]

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Sweet Potato Balls with a little Thai Indian twist

This recipe came out of the fact I had some sweet potatoes leftover from dinner last night. I thought about making my Gluten free sweet potato biscuits but wanted to do something different. These Sweet Potato Balls are Gluten free and diary free. I love the ginger bite they have and they are not too […]

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Leftover Risotto pudding turns into Tropical Risotto Pops

I believe necessity is truly the mother of invention. However a mother craving something sweet is the mother of this creative Tropical Risotto Pops. These will be in my upcoming cookbook Set the Table with Love. Enjoy! Ingredients 1 cup arborio rice 2 cups unsweetened almond milk 2 1/2 cups unsweetened pineapple juice (divided) 1/2 cup of dehydrated […]

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Me want Cinnamon Rolls, Now! without Yeast :)

So last night my son and I had a craving for something sweet. Well actually I just need my hands in some flour. I love the soft and silky feel of flour. I hope that is not too strange. I was going to first make cranberry orange scones. My son is not a fan of orange […]

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Super Green Christmas Waffles

This is how I unwind from the hustle and bustle of the holidays ~ I love baking and cooking so made Super Green Christmas Waffles with my granddaughter. I colored the waffles with the greens I juiced this morning.  She loved them  and had no idea she was eating kale, chard, spinach and mizuna (  japanese mustard […]

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Darker the Chocolate the sweeter the……Antioxidants Sillies

Dark Chocolate is amazing for your body, mind and soul. It is high in antioxidants. Here  a few more benefits ~ Studies show that eating a small amount of dark chocolate a few times a week can help lower your blood pressure. Dark chocolate improves blood flow and may help prevent the formation of blood clots. Dark […]

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Baked Organic Banana Nut doughnuts w/ salted maple butter glaze

Sometimes you just crave something rich, decadent and yummy. I wanted doughnuts so I made these yummies. This doughnut is baked with no yeast.  My husband loved them. It is amazing how just a little sea salt can wake up all the flavors.

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A Cookbook inspiration from Love

My friends are amazing! This year I was not in the mood to celebrate my birthday! But they had other plans in mind. My best friends hosted my birthday on the rooftop of one of my dear friends high rise on a beautiful starry summer’s night in Atlanta. We laughed, we cried, we sang, we […]

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Polenta with butternut squash veggie ragout

All day my son and I have been spending time cooking some creative dishes. He is out of school for Spring break so we get to have some fun in the kitchen. I love trying new things, so today I mixed butternut squash into my polenta recipe. It tasted delicious!  I also made an organic […]

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You are what you eat ~ Vegetarian Style

Here is some pictures from our cooking class. We did a meatless menu. Recipe will follow very soon. Sweet Ginger Honey Roasted Carrots Ingredients 16 heads on ( greens attached) organic baby carrots 1/2 cup of organic unsalted butter, soften 1 1/2 tbs of honey 1 1/2 tbs grated organic ginger set aside 1/2 tbs […]

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My Moroccan Tagine Experience

This Tagine took an Indian detour I used mung beans I soaked for 3 days instead of chickpeas or lentils, but you can use whatever bean you like. I included a split mung bean for this one. Much easier. It has olives, red peppers, onions, carrots, red potatoes, and seasoned with a Ras El Hanout […]

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Juicing for your health ( cleanse for dry skin)

Use your food to help aid in your healing. Juicing is one of the best ways to bring your body back into balance. The benefits of Juicing is numerous. Here is a few I think you will be very surprised to know. 1. Easy assimilation. Juicing helps you get all the healing benefits of your […]

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