I think it must be a well-known fact by now that I am officially obsessed with this healthy, "fast" food chain we have on the East Coast called b. good. Pretty much everything on the menu is super healthy, and they have a really interesting way of combining ingredients in a way you wouldn't expect,… Continue reading Kale salad: avocado, bacon, apple & pomegranate (a little b. good inspiration!)
This is a quick, easy, and tasty way to prepare broccoli! Chop into bite-size pieces: Then coat with olive oil, salt, and pepper: Spread the pieces out on a baking tray, making sure they aren't touching each other too much (you want them to bake, not steam each other). Bake at 350 degrees for approximately… Continue reading Healthy Baked Broccoli Bites
You guys, I just made myself the most amazing snack, and it was so, so easy: I came home from the most beautiful hike, and I was hungry. I rinsed off a sweet potato, cut it in half, and then coated both sides lightly in olive oil. I then wrapped it in tinfoil, and tossed it in… Continue reading The simplest recipe for baked sweet potatoes.
Pinch of Yum is a really great food blog I've been following a long time. In addition to their wide range of recipes, Lindsay and Bjork also offer a lot of great advice on topics such as food photography and making an income with your blog. Yesterday I followed their recipe for Chicken Bacon Wild Rice… Continue reading Chicken, Bacon & Wild Rice Soup (from Pinch of Yum)
Coffee is probably my favorite substance on earth. It makes me feel amazing, helps me wake up on a morning when I haven't had enough sleep, and even takes away some of my pain. For a long time I felt a little bit guilty about drinking it because there is so much written about the… Continue reading Coffee: a great tool for dealing with chronic pain
Just a veggie "roasting kit" from Whole Foods. It came out to about 3 servings, which is perhaps not the best value for $5.99, however, in the interest of time and convenience and not having to chop things, it was worth it. I know... this is probably a somewhat boring post. I know. But one of my… Continue reading Oven-Roasted Butternut Squash, Carrots, and Parsnips
In my quest to save money and try new things, I decided to try out cooking beet greens. I scanned a few different recipes and just came up with this really quick method: I separated the leaves from the stems, leaving about a half inch of stem at the bottom of each leaf, and then chopped… Continue reading Sauteed Beet Greens