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Hearty Homemade Crackers

When I moved away from San Francisco in 2009, I was sure to take with me a small binder of recipes my nutritionist friend had given me.  She was the one that had exposed me to whole foods, traditional food ways, and the Weston A Price Foundation (which focuses on food, farming, and the healing … Continue reading

Tasty Quinoa Pancakes

I came up with recipe some time ago when I bought food in rather large bulk quantities.  At that time in my life, I had purchased a 25 lb bag of quinoa…  Needless to say, I figured out ways to be creative and inventive with it. For those of you that have had quinoa before, … Continue reading

Satsuma-zest Almond Meal Carrot Cake: Wake Up Cake

Lawdy be!  Gluten-free’s gone crazy on this one.  This has to be my favorite gluten-free dessert recipe yet.  It is one tasty, moist, flavorful, AND easy to make cake.  So, while everyone is snorting refined sugar and artificial food colorings this Christmas…take a sweet stand and bake this as an act of kitchen counter-culture. Be … Continue reading

Winter Warmth: Chicken Bone Broth

Key themes for winter: * stillness * storage * retreat * restoration * receptivity * kidneys * adrenals * cooked foods * bone broths * spices * roots * soups & stews * warming foods * immune support * nourishing * “For many of us, our interest in seasonality is somewhat selective. We want the … Continue reading

Black Bean Brownies

I’ve been asked by friends to post this recipe.  It is one of two easy-peezy, nutritive, and delicious desert recipes that I like to make.  Why are they so easy?  I do the magic in a blender. Over the past 10 years or so, due to digestive complaints, I’ve navigated various food ways to find … Continue reading

Eggstatically Alioli

My recent addition to the kitchen is Spanish alioli (what the French call aïoli and what we may want to call garlic mayonnaise in English).  Ah.  But don’t call it garlic mayonnaise.  I got the stinkiest of stink eyes from my Spanish friend when I did that. I must say.  Where has this condiment been … Continue reading