The following blog posts are categorized under Recipes

_MG_5100 10.02.2013

Quinoa Salad with Broccoli and Vegetables

  A dear friend of mine asked for a quinoa recipe the other day, she was entertaining a group of ten for dinner. She likes quinoa for it’s easy to…

granola 09.18.2013

Guest Blogger: Jennifer Elsner’s Granola

  Jennifer is a designer extraordinaire, with so much talent it just blows me away. (Her studio, Viewers Like You, created my website.) Jen is also a lover of healthy,…

lime-sherbet 07.21.2013

Feeling tart? Pucker up in 5 mins!

  This sherbet is inspired by my friend Theresa, a local raw foodie and super healthy ageless beauty. She whipped this up the other day, and I couldn’t wait to…

Holli-Thompson 07.05.2013

Camille Styles Came to the Farm!

Photographer  Chelsea Fullerton and designer Jennifer Elsner joined me at our farm a few weeks ago to photograph recipes for my new website, coming later this year. Chelsea took photos…

kale-chard-swiss chard-collard greens 06.30.2013

Bitter-tasting greens no more!

  Here are my five easy steps to tasty greens.. 1) Get Started Add 6 cups water, 2-3 tablespoons lemon juice, 6 cloves garlic, (or 2 tbsp minced) , 1…

berries-blueberries-raspberries-strawberries-blackberries 06.26.2013

Yogurt and Cereal Parfait

  This is a fun treat for Sunday breakfast, or any day when my son (or my husband) needs a little treat. Ingredients Your favorite organic cereal or granola Your…

chia heart 06.03.2013

Drink Your Chia

  The warmer weather (finally) is making me want to get out and move, so I thought I’d share my favorite sports recovery drink with you. This is great for…

healthy-soup-vegan 03.20.2013

Creamy Cauliflower Soup

  I had so many wonderful reactions to the Creamy Sunchoke Soup from a few weeks ago, I thought I’d keep going and share satisfying ways to end your winter…

03.06.2013

Creamy Sunchoke Soup

Sunchokes are a tuber that tastes a little bit like an artichoke heart when cooked, and can taste like a water chestnut when sliced raw. I love anything tasting like artichoke, so this soup is something I crave. Sunchokes are rich in inulin, a prebiotic carbohydrate that stimulates good bacteria; translation, these are good for your immunity.  They are prolific growers, and related to the sunflower family. Sunchokes are delicious sliced raw on a salad, or steamed and eaten like you would a baked potato.  I love this creamy soup, it’s easy to make and satisfying on a late winters day. Buy fresh sunchokes without blemishes, and scrub them well. Ingredients 2 tablespoons olive oil 1 cup chopped onion 2 celery stalks, chopped 4 garlic cloves, chopped 2 pounds sunchokes peeled and cut into chunks 1 quart vegetable stock Salt and black pepper to taste Preparation 1. Heat the olive oil in a soup pot over medium-high heat and cook the onions until soft, then add chopped garlic. 2. Add the sunchokes, celery, and the vegetable stock to the pot and bring to a simmer. Reduce the heat to low, and simmer, covered, until the sunchokes soften, about 45 min. 3….

02.23.2013

Sneaky Mom’s Meatloaf–see if they catch on…

There is something about meatloaf that active, hungry children love. This recipe is yummy, hearty, and a quick fix on those busy weekdays when the family is running around from school, to music lessons, to soccer, and everything in between. Try it out, I bet you may even make it a weekly tradition! Ingredients 1 and half pounds of organic, lean ground meat 1/2 vidalia onion 1 cup diced button mushrooms 1 egg 1/2 cup Panko bread crumbs Big handful baby spinach Ketchup to top Preparation 1. Blend all ingredients in a big bowl by hand. Add to a loaf pan or mold into loaf shape on a baking sheet. Top with ketchup and bake at 350° F for 1 and 45 hours.

 
 
 
 
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