Best Quinoa Salad: Another yummy recipe I often go to.
Feel Good Fall Salad: I usually don’t eat salads in the winter because it is already cold outside. According to Ayurveda, the science of yoga, you should be eating cooked and warming foods this time of year. However, I could not resist trying this salad, and I am so glad that I did. You won’t be disappointed.
Ginger Scallion Chicken Bowls: My sister sent me this recipe the other day. Everything she sends my way is delicious and this one was no different.
Hibiscus tea: One of the things that I love most about summer is that it’s time to make Hibiscus tea. It’s a refreshing treat in the late afternoon sun. I always add some fresh squeezed lime juice to add a little punch to it.
Simple salad and basil dressing: Salad (greens, shredded carrots, toasted almonds, avocado, sliced english cucumbers, feta cheese) Basil Dressing—2/3 cup of olive oil, 1/4 cup apple cider vinegar, 2 TBSP of honey, 1-2 garlic cloves, bunch of basil– blend together.
Herb-lovers lemony orzo salad: This is a great summer recipe!
Guacamole recipe: So easy, quick and simple.
Winter fruit salad: I made this fruit salad for Easter, and it was a hit. The kiwi was not ripe enough so I didn’t use it, and it still tasted wonderful. The mint was so refreshing.
Easter salad: I made this salad on Easter and everyone loved it. Today I made it again and added some chicken. Delicious!
Minestrone soup: A dear friend made this minestrone soup which was so nourishing. I know it’s getting warmer, but there are still some days with a chill in the air.
Quinoa and Black Bean Salad with Smoky Lime Dressing: A delicious fall dish. You can add chicken, spinach and avocado as well. Quinoa is a great grain with several grams of protein. You can find it in the rice aisle at the grocery store.
Quinoa vegetable soup with kale: Delicious and so good for you. I made this soup the other day and can’t say enough about it. It’s perfect for warm winter days. The veggies I used were sweet potatoes and yellow and red peppers, although you can use whatever you like.
Autumn kale salad with fennel honeycrisp and goat cheese: A great salad! No questions asked. I used dried cherries instead of dried cranberries. You’ll be happy.
Lemony carrot and cauliflower soup: One of my dearest friends gave me this recipe to this delicious soup from the New York Times. Anything she does is sweet and good so I trust her completely.
Farro with tomatoes, sausage and kale: This is one of the best dishes ever. I promise. Everyone in my family loves it, and that is pretty hard to do.