A Smarter Smoothie

Who doesn’t love a good smoothie? You take some fruit, leafy greens, nut butters, some type of liquid and maybe some protein powder and you add it to your blender and you have a super healthy smoothie, to get you going for the day. Right?! Well not exactly. Smoothies can be very beneficial for our […]

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Back to School Easy Dinner Recipe ~ Vegetarian Skillet Enchiladas

Well I am off to do a cooking demo at Williams Sonoma for back to school! I am so excited about this demo, because it helps me to reminsice about when my sons were in elementary school and I prepared their lunches and scrambling around trying to figure out what we would have for dinner […]

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Williams Sonoma Farm to Table Summer Cooking Class

My gosh! What an amazing turn out yesterday at my Farm to Table Summer cooking class at Williams Sonoma. I honestly felt like a little kid on Christmas, but enjoying everyone opening up the gifts of eating delicious organic produce, straight from the farm . I was so excited to see how everyone would respond […]

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“Raw Chick” Curry Stuffed Peppers

Eating more of a plant based diet can be one of the most cleansing things you can do for you body, mind and spirit. I like to give my body a break from refined sugars, lean meats and the occasional glass of wine. I love incorporating raw foods and vegan dishes into my daily meal […]

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Vegan Sweet Potato Shepherd’s Pie

What do you do with a large sweet potato and a bag of French lentils and you are just craving home and comfort? Shepherd’s pie and a Vegan Sweet Potato Shepherd’s Pie. So let’s get a bit familiar with this pie: Shepherd’s pie, common and inexpensive British dish originating from the sheep country in Scotland and northern […]

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Super Easy Breakfast Carrot Cake Bites

After Easter feast, my body needed to cleanse. A raw vegan diet is the best way for me to get rid of all the pies and cakes I indulged in and not to mention, my mac and cheese that’s made with six cheeses. But a girl still needs a little something sweet in her life. […]

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Asparagus with a Ground Mustard Champagne Vinaigrette

As I promised here is another healthy Easter side dish you can prepare super fast, but fast doesn’t mean you are skimping on flavor. Yes, I love how the shaved parmesan pulls this dish together. Enjoy and Always Set the Table with Love. 💕 Happy Easter. TIP: The vinaigrette will last for a week in […]

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Easter Side Dish ~ Roasted Parmesan Brussels Sprouts

Easter is in a week and everyone is getting their menus ready. The typical Easter dishes usually includes, of course a Baked Ham with Brown Sugar , Classic Deviled Eggs, Macaroni and Cheese and perhaps Scallop Potatoes. Just listing all of that makes me hungry. I love these dishes and I will definitely be making […]

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Healing Tuesday~ Good Food, Energy Work, lots of Laughs and some Wine.

Long title. Yes. I know, but I couldn’t put it any other way, because that is what Tuesdays are like with my good friend Loyale. She is this incredible Wellness and Lifestyle Coach. She has been on a journey of wellness for over two decades and she shares her healing with so many of us, […]

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Orecchiette Pasta with Roasted Tomatoes, Parmesan, Mint and Lemon Zest

So in the state of Georgia we all felt last week that Springtime was coming a little early, that wasn’t the case, of course. But that doesn’t mean a girl didn’t get inspired by the warm days to whip up something little and refreshing. This is one of my favorite spring/summertime pastas to make. Don’t […]

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Winter Detox Soup

This is simple and super easy! But here’s the twist. You eat this soup for breakfast!! What?!! Yes, breakfast. Soup for breakfast has incredible health benefits. Having soup in the am helps with better digestion and elimination. When we are cleansed from the inside , we have more energy and our immune system is able […]

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Smothered Chicken Breast with potatoes, carrots, garlic, celery and onions

Growing up my mother would make the best smothered pork chops, ever.  The recipe was very simple; buttermilk, chicken broth, flour, onions and garlic. It was probably one of my favorite dishes she made for us, outside of her macaroni and cheese. Well,  I rarely make pork chops, only when my in-law request them,  they […]

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