Recipes & Food

Leafy Greens with Shaved Spring Vegetables and White Beans

Leafy Greens with Shaved Spring Vegetables and White Beans

FROM GARDEN TO PLATE… I started a gardening project almost 2 years ago and it’s been a sweat-laboring, land-learning, poop-appreciating, dirt-loving, transition-laden process from beach livin’ to backyard chillin’. My only previous attempt at gardening was using half a wine barrel I found at Lowe’s Home Improvement store to plant plants in when living at the beach. […]
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Poached Egg with Shaved Asparagus and Avocado Salad

Poached Egg with Shaved Asparagus and Avocado Salad

SPEARHEADING SIMPLE DISHES FOR SPRING I’m always in search of seasonal combinations for simple dishes. This week I stumbled upon a bunch of beautiful spears of asparagus to experiment and do just that! Typically the peak season for asparagus runs from April to May, however, the first crops of the year are ready as early as Feb […]
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Roasted Carrot Curry Chicken Soup

Roasted Carrot Curry Chicken Soup

A CUP OF HEALING POWERS I was never a big curry eater growing up but, as an adult, I’m all over it. Having learned about the healing powers of spices over the years, I began experimenting with ways to add them whenever possible. I especially double up on them during cold and flu season. This […]
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Grilled Halibut Skewers with Mango Avocado Salsa

Grilled Halibut Skewers with Mango Avocado Salsa

SIMPLE SIZZLIN’ SUMMER SKEWERS For the fish lovin, here’s a great addition to your 4th of July fixins.  Wild yet mild, firm yet flaky, halibut with it’s delicately sweet flavor and high nutritional profile is a rich source of essential fatty acids. Essential fatty acids are so named because they are essential for our health […]
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Lemon Steamed Mahi Mahi over Marinated Squash Salad

Lemon Steamed Mahi Mahi over Marinated Squash Salad

SUMMER SQASH IS STILL GOING STRONG With an abundance overflowing the farmer’s market, I couldn’t help but fill my basket with these beautiful green & gold summer gems.  Zucchini, the most popular summer squash is about 95 percent water and because of it’s high water content, it doesn’t require much cooking; raw, squash adds a […]
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Tuna Tartare in Cucumber Cups

Tuna Tartare in Cucumber Cups

NO COOKING REQUIRED Cucumber cups topped with tuna tartare bursting flavors & freshness that’ll make you feel like a superstar star. Simply slice, dice & garnish with toasted sesames. Recipe The Goods: 1 hot house cucumber, cut into 1 inch thick rounds 1/4 pound sushi-grade tuna, diced (sustainable tuna) 1/2 tsp finely chopped shallot 1 Tbsp. […]
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