Monthly Archives: December 2011

sweet potato scallion latkes

Today is the last day of Hanukkah, so we gotta go out with a bang! If you’re tired of regular potato latkes by now,¬†give¬†this yummy sweet potato version a try. This once-a-year treat disappeared too quickly to take pictures! Making … Continue reading

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how to get your kids to eat their fruits and veggies: making a rainbow platter

The current recommendation for children and adults is to eat 5 to 9 servings of fruits and vegetables every day. Yup, you read it right, 5-9 servings, every day, in order to provide your family with all the health benefits … Continue reading

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sauteed spinach and sundried tomaotes over pasta: Gluten Free

Here’s a really yummy recipe that is distinctly Mediterranean in flavor and can be easily made gluten-free. There’s something I really love about spinach and sun-dried tomatoes together! Here’s what you’ll need: 1 large bunch fresh spinach 1 cup sun-dried … Continue reading

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healing miso soup

Now that the weather is finally getting a little colder, today I’m feeling the urge to cook up a pot of healing and nourishing miso soup. But no matter the time of year, anytime I am feeling under the weather, … Continue reading

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