Recent Posts: Plant Your Plate
Ingredients 1 28-ounce can of crushed tomatoes 1/2 pint cherry tomatoes 1 cup dried brown lentils 1 15-ounce can coconut milk 1/2 Tbsp. coconut oil 1 Tbsp. ground cumin 1 Tbsp. coriander seeds 1 head of garlic, chopped (10–12 cloves) 2 Tbsp. ginger, chopped or ground 1 Tbsp. turmeric 2 tsp. sea salt 1–2 tsp. cayenne powder (optional) 3 cups of water 1 […]
Author Archives: Foodycoach
So…I read about these sugar-free, flour-free, oil-free, egg-free, butter-free cookies. My only concern was that they were also chocolate chip free (and that they started with a can of garbanzo beans) but had to try it. The dough came together … Continue reading
Shop the outer perimeter of the grocery store – that is where everything you need is found,” she said. I was at a one day seminar on Nutritional and Integrative Interventions for Mental Health Disorders – rightly titled since that … Continue reading
Well, first of all, they are beautiful, all bright red with some green jester caps for the perfect accessory. Look at one close – not many fruits wear their seeds right on the surface like that ; there are 200 … Continue reading
Since it is World Health Day, may I just clear my throat and give a speech? I’ve noticed lately that while my “plant” friends are passionate about health and making food choices that lead towards health they may be a … Continue reading
Well…it’s just one of favorite nutrition heroes, that’s all! 1. Asparagus is the leading supplier among vegetables of folic acid. A 5.3 ounce serving provides 60% of the recommended daily allowance for folacin which is necessary for blood cell formation, growth, and prevention of liver … Continue reading
When my youngest son comes to visit I make lists of things I want to cook with him and for him. He comes with his list too. The kid got the foody gene. Here is a salad that made my … Continue reading
Nothing like a little fusion food when a winter storm grounds you for the weekend. The potatoes make it feel stick-to-your-ribs stew-like while the coconut, curry and jalapeno zing your tastebuds like your favorite Thai restaurant. You ought to try this one! Ingredients … Continue reading
A favorite friend accused me of holding out. “If you were a good friend, you would give me a simple diet.” I’d prefer to not talk diets with my friends; love them just the way they are – really do. … Continue reading
There are some things I buy – I admit it – I don’t make my own ketchup. There are some things I make myself – I make great whole wheat tortillas and I have made some wonderful homemade mustards before. … Continue reading
Watch this magic trick… Ta…Da… I’ve always said food is prettier than flowers. I really mean it – skip the dozen roses – bring me a perfect basil plant, or better yet a dozen perfect basil plants. Someone did just … Continue reading
Super bowl Sunday is here, meaning one thing – snacky fun food to eat while watching the commercials. This year called for quick (almost instant) easy snack fun food – here’s what I got…
but the food inside is warm and wonderful…. Try these muffins that include all the seasonal tastes of winter (pumpkin, apples, spices, hearty grains and did I mention deliciousness?).
! And the best new Holiday side dish award goes to my daughter in law, Ericka When Ericka brings something, pay attention. The girl has taste. Hey, she married my son! This quinoa and sweet potato dish is perfectly … Continue reading
I’ve had a ‘whole box of Kleenexes’ kind of week. Needed something warm and comforting…. and easy for dinner. And did I mention quick?
Got to eat at somebody else’s house. The food was good but seemed great. Decided it must be because it was all served in Big Beautiful dishes. Decided I needed some of those.
Found this recipe on-line – sounded good – sounded quick – sounded easy – had all the ingredients. Tried it. Took less than 10 minutes start to finish. Best new food of the week! Maybe the month!