Best Quinoa Salad: Another yummy recipe I often go to.
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 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.