Curried Cauliflower Soup

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I was perusing the television the other afternoon and came across the Dr. Oz show.  I am not a follower of Dr. Oz, but I was intrigued because he had on Dr. Andrew Weil making some anti-inflammatory recipes.  If you haven’t heard of Dr. Weil you’ve probably been living under a rock for the past […]

Roasted Veggies with Orzo

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I am blessed with children who love Brussels sprouts.  Because of this, I try to take advantage every chance I get to prepare them.  Brussels sprouts contain both heart and cancer-fighting nutrients.  Where the heart is concerned, Brussels sprouts are rich in bile acid-binding soluble fiber, which helps to lower cholesterol.  Of all the cruciferous […]

Shrimp over Lime Cilantro Pasta

Finished product served with sauteed spinach.  Delicious!

I was at the Daniel Island Farmers Market the other week and I’m always buying either whole wheat pizza dough or fresh pasta/ravioli from Rio Bertolini.  They make amazing fresh pastas and dough, so I thought I’d pick up a few bunches of fresh pasta to serve with the shrimp I purchased from The Fish […]

Bulgur Salad with Chickpeas, Feta & Mint

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Here is a simple, clean, and flavorful side-dish that stands alone as a main dish or pairs wonderfully with grilled fish.  It makes a fantastic leftover for a quick and easy lunch. Bulgur contains more insoluble fiber per serving than any whole grain: 8.6 grams in 1 cup cooked (150 calories)!  Insoluble fiber is key […]

Sauteed Zucchini with Divina Roasted Tomatoes

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This summer has been crazy busy.  I thought the school year I was pressed for time – but this summer makes the rest of the year look relaxing.  So when I had to whip together a quick meal last night I had to reach for whatever I had stocked in my fridge.  This dish turned […]