Matcha Green Tea

I knew when I was lifting the bread during Communion and my hands were shaking that I needed to make a change. Coffee has been my greatest friend, dare I say, savior over the years. Or at least I thought it was. For years I have struggled with sleep and

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Frittata

This is a "tuck in your back pocket" recipe for that day when you have run around like a chicken with your head cut off, you rush in at the 5:00 witching hour, and open the fridge to find a frozen pizza and a carton of eggs. Your mouth curls

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Quinoa and Black Beans

I swear in another life (after the life where I run a bakery in Paris, famous for its almond croissants) I want to be a South American gypsy. I love their magical literature (Marquez and Allende!), latin music, joie de vivre, and especially their food! I was introduced to Quinoa

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Hail ye Kale!

"You have to massage your kale." That was a recent quote from my lovely produce guy who is not afraid to make me blush! Can I just say that I have fallen in love with kale

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Pink is in!

Salmon is the poster child for Omega 3's but did you know it also helps with decreasing depression and increasing collagen production (fountain of youth skin and hair)? Who would have thought this 'punch of pink' on the plate had the power to protect against heart disease, breast and prostate

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A Rat-tat-touille!

Ratatouille is one of my most favorite dishes! It was first created in Nice, France as an inexpensive but flavorful way to use the bounty of a Summer garden. This is truly the easiest dish to prepare and can serve as a side or meal unto itself! It's especially

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Pesto Baby!

What is Summer without fresh pesto! It is truly my go-to for everything! Not only is it the easiest, freshest, and most healthy thing to make, but it gives any dish star power! I make a big batch of pesto nearly ever week and stir it into my vegetable soup,

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Here’s Looking At You Kid!

I love all things Moroccan: A little Humphrey Bogart from Casablanca, mint tea in a Marrakech garden surrounded by fruit and olive trees, magical doors carved in the shape of keyholes, brightly colored scarves and baboush slippers in every color of the rainbow, tabriz rugs perfect for a magic carpet

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