Colcannon

Colcannon is an old fashioned Irish dish made with mashed potatoes and kale or savoy cabbage with addition of milk, butter and scallions or chives. It is traditionally served with boiled ham or bacon. Every Irish family has its own version or this classic dish. Colcannon recipe is from the bubble ‘n’ squeak family and traditionally it is served on St. Patrick’s Day and Halloween, but can be equally enjoyed throughout the year because it is so quick and easy to make and healthy at the same time....more

Vegan Side Dish

This Vegan Side Dish recipe is great for any season. You can increase or decrease the amount of vegetables according to your taste, or add a new one which is fresh on the market. Meat eaters will also love it, served together with baked or grilled meat. In that case, add vegetables to the baking pan with meat about 20 minutes before the meat is cooked. Cover with foil and cook together. In my family Vegan Side Dish was such a success that I was asked to make it two times in a row. I hope you will like it, too!...more

Pink Grapefruit Wedges With Lime Zest And Ginseng

Pink Grapefruit Wedges With Lime Zest And GinsengPublished June 6, 2014 | By ...more

Perfect Summer Snack: Mango Cucumber Salsa

I’ll start off this post by saying that I just love, love, LOVE fresh salsa! Not only is it so easy to make that even the most unculinary (is that a word?) person can execute it flawlessly every time, but it also happens to be one of the healthiest snack-type foods I can think of.  ...more
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Tonight's Meal

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Rocco Won’t Eat That – Month 1 Of The Picky Eating Experiment

Do you have a ‘picky’ eater in your house?   Ours is my son, Rocco, whose picky eating is starting to drive me insane with wasted food, tantrums and Pinterest-worthy plate presentations of carrot wheels and letters made out of green beans.  I worry all the time about whether he is getting the vitamins and nutrients he needs and I lose sleep trying to plot sneaky ways to get him to try, or even lick, a vegetable....more

In-Season Produce Throughout The Year

It has now been a full year since I began posting monthly in-season produce infographics, with their nutritional and health benefits described. They started out very simple last June, and became much more elaborate as time went on. So you’ll see the style change a bit when looking through them all.These images have been passed around Pinterest and Facebook like wildfire, and have been incredibly popular with you guys. So I have decided to put them all on one page  to bookmark for your year-round convenience. You may find them below.Enjoy!...more