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Miso, Mushroom and Kale Soup

Miso, Mushroom and Kale Soup image

I was in the mood for a comforting, miso broth with noodles last night so I came up with this simple soup! A salubrious immune system is our number one defense against all sickness and disease. A diet rich in whole, fresh fruits and vegetables is essential to that. Fermented foods, such as miso, soy […]


Chili Stuffed Poblano Peppers

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The last in the Hearty Vegetable Chili series these stuffed peppers are quick and easy to put together. With the Chili stuffing already made all you have to do is slit, stuff and bake the peppers. Serve them with bulgur, brown rice, farro or any grain.


Vegetable Chili Over Quinoa

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Behold an apt illustration of ‘effortlessly healthy’ and another extremely easy thing to do with the Hearty Vegetable Chili recipe. This recipe needs very little explanation. I simply set aside a few cups of the chili before I added the grains. The next day I served it over quinoa topped with cilantro and sunflower seeds. Delicious and […]


Chili Enchiladas

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This recipe epitomizes the effortlessly healthy concept perfectly by using the Hearty Vegetable Chile recipe to make delicious Chili Enchiladas. With the filling already made it is easy to assemble and get in the oven in 15 minutes. I added some Mustard Greens (courtesy of jardin d’Ashleigh) which increases the prep time by about 10 […]


Hearty Vegetable Chili

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My father loved to cook. Or maybe I should specify that my father loved to cook for the people he loved. I believe he expressed his love through this simple act of service. I lived with him on and off throughout college and law school over a period of about 8 years. “Darling, will you […]


A ‘BIG’ Minestrone Soup and sentiments on broth

A ‘BIG’ Minestrone Soup and sentiments on broth image

My sister Heather (the yoga champion) sent me this recipe last week. It is from Chow Ciao, a recipe website hosted by Fabio, a smiley Italian cook. If you’re not too into slick Italian hosts with thick Italian accents then you can skip the video and go straight to the written version here. Thanks to Fabio I now […]


Ottolenghi’s Chickpea, Tomato and Bread Soup

Ottolenghi’s Chickpea, Tomato and Bread Soup image

I had been lusting after Yotam Ottolenghi’s Plenty for months when I was fortunate enough to receive it as a gift from my lovely aunt and uncle. They came from London for a Western adventure and stopped by for a home cooked meal on their way through San Francisco. I made them Heidi Swanson’s Moroccan […]