Guest Post by Victoria Moran, excerpt from “The Good Karma Diet”, and Chia Seed Pudding recipe

Guest Post by Victoria Moran, excerpt from “The Good Karma Diet”, and Chia Seed Pudding recipe

It is truly an honor to share with you this excerpt from the very highly anticipated new book The Good Karma Diet, by bestselling author, Victoria Moran. In this excerpt, you’ll get a lovely glimpse into how eloquently Victoria frames her argument that we … Continue reading

Perfect Chickpea Salad Sandwich

Perfect Chickpea Salad Sandwich

This chickpea salad is crunchy, creamy, and colorful, and makes the perfect sandwich spread! It’s so good, I can just eat it with a spoon. This is actually my version of Angela Liddon’s recipe, from her wonderful The Oh She Glows Cookbook. I omit … Continue reading

Red Cabbage and Mango Slaw

Red Cabbage and Mango Slaw

Cole slaw doesn’t usually sound very colorful or exciting, but this one may change your mind. I think it’s incredibly delicious, and I have a feeling you will too. With crunchy red cabbage, crispy carrots, delicate cilantro, and smooth, sweet mango, this salad becomes … Continue reading

Sweet Potato Banana Cookies

Sweet Potato Banana Cookies

Ready for an amazing little cookie? It’s moist and naturally sweet, but not TOO sweet, and just right with an afternoon cup of tea. Think soft and chewy, with just a touch of spice. These are made without any of the stuff you normally … Continue reading

Interview with Jane Esselstyn on “The Prevent and Reverse Heart Disease Cookbook”

Interview with Jane Esselstyn on “The Prevent and Reverse Heart Disease Cookbook”

I had the great pleasure of speaking recently with Jane Esselstyn about the book she and her mom, Ann Crile Esselstyn, wrote together, The Prevent and Reverse Heart Disease Cookbook. This book is a powerful companion to Prevent and Reverse … Continue reading

Banana Bread with Cherries and Chocolate Chips

Banana Bread with Cherries and Chocolate Chips

Buying too many bananas must just be my habit, because I recently realized that I may bake banana bread more than anything else. Inexplicably, I don’t think I’ve ever written about it, so that’s all about to change. Anyway, often I add … Continue reading

Winter Stew with Potatoes, Barley, and Lentils

Winter Stew with Potatoes, Barley, and Lentils

My father-in-law was reminiscing a few years ago about a family dish his mom used to make when he was a little boy. It was a stew, he recalled in great detail, with beef, beans, and root vegetables. He posed … Continue reading