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 […]

Join Me on 8/29 at The Coastal Cupboard!

Lotus Root Salad from Black Bean Co.

I’m joining chef Stephen Harmon at The Coastal Cupboard on Thursday, August 29th at noon for his Sensational Salads class!  Chef Stephen will whip up some amazing salads and I’ll provide helpful nutrition tips and facts on how you can improve your eating patterns to achieve optimal health. Don’t miss this fun class in a great […]

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 […]