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A Post-Holiday Tuscan Bean Soup for Cleansing and Immunity ft. Kale, Butternut Squash, Red Pepper

A Post-Holiday Tuscan Bean Soup for Cleansing and Immunity ft. Kale, Butternut Squash, Red Pepper

  I don't know about you, but I am doing all I can to stay well among a barrage of sick people. So, it seems, it's that time of year - SOUP SEASON...

Parmesan Roasted Asparagus and Tomatoes with Walnuts and Balsamic Drizzle

Parmesan Roasted Asparagus and Tomatoes with Walnuts and Balsamic Drizzle

It’s a sure sign of Spring when the sweet crispy stalks of asparagus start popping up at the farmer’s market. Although you can typically find asparagus in your grocery store several months of the year, this nutrient dense veggie is at its absolute peak in flavor if you can get the ultra fat stalks from your …

Jaime’s Classic Jambalaya

Jaime’s Classic Jambalaya

Ah, Mardi Gras. I’ve always had a special affinity for Fat Tuesday. Maybe it’s because I was born in Louisiana (although Shreveport is hardly cajun country), maybe it’s because in the belly of winter I’m just looking for reason to celebrate, or maybe, most likely, I love a holiday so closely connected to food that …

One Pan (Moroccan-inspired) Lemon Olive Chicken

One Pan (Moroccan-inspired) Lemon Olive Chicken

Ah, one pan. Music to my ears. It seems I have made it my life’s mission to show people that cooking healthfully is not some huge, unattainable chore. I love finding and creating recipes that come together quickly, have easy-to-find ingredients, and don’t use every dish in the house to make. So, I was intrigued …

Bacon Brussel Sweet Potato Hash

This quick-cooking meal is one of my favorite fall/winter breakfasts! Omit the eggs and serve as a tasty side dish. Bacon Brussel Sweet Potato Hash   Save Print Prep time 10 mins Cook time 20 mins Total time 30 mins   This quick-cooking meal is one of my favorite fall/winter breakfasts! Omit the eggs and … Continue reading "Bacon Brussel Sweet Potato Hash"

Spinach White Bean (Sausage) Soup

As market season winds down, it’s a bit sad to think of not seeing our friends each week and not having an abundance of fresh, healthy food grown by neighbors. So, what do we cook in the winter when there’s a smaller selection of seasonal locally grown food? Well, we sign up for an awesome CSA … Continue reading "Spinach White Bean (Sausage) Soup"

Curried Pumpkin and Okra

This is one of my all-time favorite dishes that I’ve ever made. In the fall and winter, it’s colorful, healthy, hearty, and full of warming spices. I make veggie curries quite frequently – red curries, yellow curries, green curries. Some are tomato-based, some made with coconut milk. But for the last year, this one has … Continue reading "Curried Pumpkin and Okra"

One Pot Eggplant and Rice

One Pot Eggplant and Rice

Since we get 90% of our groceries at the farmer’s market, we always eat what’s in season. I only rarely cook eggplant, but I was starting to get sick of summer squash, so I decided to check out some recipes to add it to our weekly menu. Turns out, eggplant is AMAZING on the grill brushed … Continue reading "One Pot Eggplant and Rice"

White Bean Puttanesca

Unless it’s a soup or stew, meals in our house rarely take more than 30 minutes. While I think everyone deserves delicious, wholesome, homemade meals and I also think cooking can be a relaxing creative endeavor rather than a chore, it doesn’t mean I want to spend all night in the kitchen. Good food can be … Continue reading "White Bean Puttanesca"