Beet and Goat Cheese Napoleon Bites
January 6, 2015 – 12:10 pm | No Comment

Here’s a cute little appetizer recipe inspired by the 52 New Foods Challenge, my new year’s resolution to try one new food with my family each week in 2015.
While I’ve loved beets for ages, …

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The Magic Curry Leaf
December 28, 2009 – 7:44 pm | One Comment
The Magic Curry Leaf

I’ve got a bit of cabin fever this holiday season.  Between yesterday’s all-day rain-athon, the gray, dreary weather last week, and having to work on Thanksgiving, Christmas eve and Christmas day, I’ve been dreaming of …

Visions of Vitamin D Dancing through my Head
December 19, 2009 – 11:33 am | 4 Comments
Visions of Vitamin D Dancing through my Head

Monday, December 21st is the Winter Solstice: the shortest day of the year.  What better occasion, then, to issue a wake-up call to my dear readers that you are all most likely deficient (or insufficient) …

My Holiday Wish List (Or, an Open Letter to Food Companies)
December 13, 2009 – 11:43 am | 5 Comments
My Holiday Wish List (Or, an Open Letter to Food Companies)

Dear Santa (and by “Santa” I mean food manufacturers and marketers):
Below is my wish list of products I wish you’d develop and market.  Instead of filling supermarket shelves with more crap we don’t need, won’t you …

When Life Hands you Anemia, Make Chili
December 6, 2009 – 10:02 am | 3 Comments
When Life Hands you Anemia, Make Chili

Iron is a problem for lots of people.
While the average American man eats enough of it, most babies, children and pre-menopausal women do not.  And that’s not even including the vegetarianally-inclined.  Iron deficiency is the …