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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Wild Mushroom Chestnut Soup with Autumn Garnishes
December 7, 2011 – 6:30 pm | 3 Comments
Wild Mushroom Chestnut Soup with Autumn Garnishes

What does one make for dinner on a dark, cold, rainy, Wednesday night when her cozy family is snoozing away at 6pm and she is left to her own resourceful devices in a quiet kitchen?
It’s …

Buh-Bye, BPA
November 23, 2011 – 8:26 am | 8 Comments
Buh-Bye, BPA

First it was baby bottles, infant formula can liners and baby toys that started going BPA-free to protect the most vulnerable members of our society from the potentially harmful effects of Bisphenol-A (BPA), a chemical component of a …

Red Lentil Soup
January 29, 2011 – 8:04 am | No Comment
Red Lentil Soup

While my pantry is always stocked with every variety of lentil imaginable, I tend to neglect the red ones until wintertime comes and soup season is at its peak.  And each year I am reminded …

Curry Zucchini Soup: A Taste of the Loire Valley
July 15, 2010 – 1:39 pm | One Comment
Curry Zucchini Soup: A Taste of the Loire Valley

I’m just back from my second annual gluten-free summer vacation to France.
This year, we decided to visit the Loire Valley, since I figured what better time to visit a region renowned for its wineries and …

Recipe for a snow day: Mulligatawny
February 26, 2010 – 8:00 pm | No Comment
Recipe for a snow day: Mulligatawny

When your doorstep, car and city are buried under 2 feet of snow, the situation calls for a very specific meal:
Something warm, filling and maybe even a little spicy to melt the chill away from …

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 …