How to make Lachcha Paratha

Crispy, flaky and multi layered wheat flour Indian bread...more

Pesto Zucchini Pasta

This Veggetti thing is freaking genious.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lxvEwsELkiA If you haven't been on Pinterest or in Bed Bath and Beyond recently, the Veggetti (the name needs work…) is a little gadget used to make zucchini pasta in about 30 seconds. Zucchini is rich in vitamin C, phytonutrients, antioxidants and magnesium. Oh and one raw zucchini only has around 35 calories! ...more

Carrot & Mango Sunrise Juice

Good Morning Sunshine! The other weekend Alyssa and my mom threw me the most amazing bridal shower on a NYC rooftop. My only guidelines were no bridal games and I’m not opening gifts. I sound really fun huh? :) The truth is, I had friends and family traveling from all over and I wanted to make sure I had time to spend with everyone!...more

Honey Roasted Pumpkin Crostini

Raise your hand if you’ve purchased any of the following in the last week:...more

The Top 10 Cancer Fighting Foods You Should Be Eating

Here are the Top 10 Cancer-Fighting Foods... how many of them are in your daily diet? 1. Garlic – Hard to say how much of this pungent herb you need to eat each day to prevent cancer......more

Coconut Whipped Cream Parfait

It is so EASY to make your own homemade, super healthy, Coconut Whipped Cream.  ...more

Baked Cajun Fries

Baked skinny fries flavored with Cajun seasoning for a spicy kick. Delicious, simple to make, and healthier than the restaurant version, these crispy fries are so very addictive. How do you like your fries?There are so many variations, and I love almost all of them. Just not the soggy ones. Because let’s be honest, soggy fries are not fries. At least, not in my eyes.A family friend came over the other night and gave us a box full of potatoes because her family had so many they couldn’t finish them all. I knew I had to do something with these potatoes before they started growing roots. And since I’ve been craving fries…...more

Fabulous Fall Farro Salad with Gold Beets, Feta, Spiced Pecans & Chive-Sage Dressing

This is fall in a dish. The farro is both chewy and tender, the chives are the main vocals while the sage sings back-up. The gold beets both glow and add a sweet, earthy nuttiness. The interplay of cayenne and maple syrup atop the pecans is sublime. And the feta lends a creamy tang that makes the whole even better. Healthy, beautiful, delicious!Ingredients:...more

Chickpea & Kale Asian Rice

Per usual, we have too many projects to do and not enough time. I don't know if it's the change of seasons that we are now feeling the rush of fall 'to-dos', but it's getting to be crazy! Also, with the change of seasons I find myself wanting to live in the kitchen. I am quickly realizing that I love fall foods. The harvest is bountiful. Everything seems to be ready to pick, eat and be made. My kale, I can't keep up with ... what a great problem, right? ...more

Savory Monterey Jack and Green Onion Pancakes

I've been wanting to make savory pancakes for a while, so I got excited when we got a huge bunch of green onions from the CSA. I made a note to myself: save the green onions for savory pancakes, don't use them for anything else!So I picked up some monterey jack cheese with jalapeno in it (yum!!) and some sour cream, and the rest is history....more