Finding Peace After working with angels nearly two decades, I've come a long way in learning to allow everything that arises with me to be [...]
Given to me by a friend years ago, this dahl recipe combines creamy red lentils and a mouthwatering blend of Indian spices. It has become one of my go-to comfort foods!
Packed with goodness, barley combines with roasted broccoli and portobello mushrooms for a harvest style grain dish that is just mouth watering good. The dressing is a slightly sweet/savory combo of soy sauce, balsamic, optionally sherry, and a little olive oil. SO yummy!
Quinoa is just plain good for you. But when you add spices like curry, cinnamon, and cloves, and mix in a little sweet and salty too with almonds and raisins, the it is elevated into the realms of international delights!
Roasting brings out a deliciously browned flavor in the cauliflower. When combined with spinach, brown rice, and a blend of spices, this dish is a delicious and nutritious side or even a hearty vegetarian meal.
This is a great post-holiday soup. It can be made with chicken, turkey, or you can leave out the meat for a vegetarian version. The roasted vegetables add sweetness and when paired with the wild rice, you have the Autumn harvest in a bowl!
Once, after being somewhat under the weather I started to crave something warm and comforting and this crazy, easy idea popped into my head. So easy its ridiculous and at the same time so soothing.
My wonderful hairdresser Tricia Royall served me a dish with cauliflower, curry, and chickpeas. I fell in love with it, so of course I had to go home and make my own version! Its light, summery, healthy, and flavorful! If you want to add a kick, serve with a little chile sauce added in.
One fourth of July my body wanted veggies and my mind wanted a burger and these delicious portobello burgers satisfied both needs very well! Served with pesto, grilled eggplant slices, and roasted red peppers, they are a vegetarian delight!
Stuff your favorite pita with roasted peppers, eggplants, portobellos and my homemade kale pesto may and you've got a mediterranean, vegetarian delight for lunch or dinner.
When I have things in the fridge that need to get used there are always two options - soup or pasta! This week it was a yummy garlic pasta with a lot of veggies.
Admittedly this sounded weird when the angels put it in my head, but I gave it a try and found a new favorite mix of flavors!
I LOVE these and can eat a whole batch soon as they come out of the oven! Guilt free and filled with nutrients, it is hard to believe that snacking can be so healthy! You can get really creative with how you spice them up if you want.
Crunch veggies in a dijon vinaigrette marinate overnight to make a super-easy summer salad. Great for potlucks or savory snacking!
A big thank you to Tricia Royall, hairdresser/artistic goddess who told me how to make these! Healthy food doesn't get much tastier! Chopped veggies, rice, and a simple dressing get rolled up in sweet and delicious chard leaves for a guilt-free snack or a delicious vegetarian meal.
I love quiches - this simple one was inspired after a trip to the farmer's market. Creamy, savory, and packed with goodness. A dash of nutmeg, and a bit of dijon add surprising flavor.
I came home from the farmer's market with a strange array of veggies that begged for creativity - beets, turnips, greens... the result was this yummy roasted veggie salad.
I LOVE this recipe inspired years ago by a trip to the farmer's market. You can use any combo of veggies of course, but this is particularly yummy. If you are gluten free, skip the crust and just make the egg filling. This lasts for up to a week in the fridge, reheats easily, and is my favorite dish to serve my Veggie friends on holidays.
Sometimes the angels give me the strangest recipes but they are so good! This mix of fruits, veggies, grains, and beans is a whole meal or a great side dish and can be eaten warm or cold. My friends love it and always ask for more!