MAKES 32 SERVINGS Company is coming for the holidays and you need something to serve quick! A cheese board is a great idea of course, but it’s nice to …
Makes 12 muffins When I know we’ve got a busy week ahead, I like having a batch of healthy muffins around. They are awesome for a quick breakfast or …
Serves 4 Happy New Year! A brand spanking New Year is right around the corner folks–who’s excited! While 2014 has certainly been a great one (new baby, new book), I’m …
The Oscars are nearly here and I’m so excited! No, I haven’t seen all the movies this year, but I love the red carpet and the old Hollywood glamour that the night brings. And the snacks aren’t bad either:)
I had a head of cauliflower in the fridge last weekend and decided I wanted to do something a little different with it. As you probably know, I love turmeric for its anti-inflammatory benefits and bright yellow color, so I decided to included that in the mix. I knew I couldn’t just toss the florets with dry spices because they don’t really coat evenly and you’d end up with a bitter mouthful of turmeric, so my cauliflower definitely needed a nice yogurt coating first.
I’m not a huge football fan, but my husband Jon is and that means that we have plenty of game watching get togethers this time of year. He’s all about the chicken wings, but I like something fresh and healthy to munch on (big surprise) and I often bring this Green Greek Goddess Dip, from Eating in Color, along to share.
Happy almost summer everyone! The weather has been gorgeous here in Brooklyn, NY, and that means we’ve been outside grilling, playing and taking advantage of these fleeting, perfect days. Another thing that’s here and gone in a minute is rhubarb. These super tart stalks are actually a vegetable, but we usually don’t think of them as that since we’re always pairing it with sweet fruit.
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