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One color we so appreciate in spring is green. The gray, beige, and browns of winter grow old and we crave bright, vibrant colors that spring generously grants us. This yearning for color represents our emergence from the cold winter months and the hibernation we...

by Wendy Bright-FallonInspired by a recipe found in Delicious Living Magazine Makes 12For the shape, you can use a mini muffin pan (makes taller cups) or a regular muffin pan (makes thinner cups, pictured).  The beauty of this recipe is that you can switch things up...

Beet Dressing by Amy Chaplin from her cookbook Whole Food Cooking Every Day 1small-medium cooked and cooled red beet1/4 cup filtered water3 Tablespoons tahini2 Tablespoons + 1 teaspoon raw apple cider vinegar2 Tablespoons extra-virgin olive oil1, 1/4 inch slice of a large garlic clove1/2 teaspoon fine sea...

Here are a few of our favorite Game Day Goodies. Wendy's Turkey Chili Wendy's Turkey Chili 1/2 large white onion, diced3 cloves garlic, minced2 Tablespoons olive oil1 Tablespoon chili coffee spice*1 lb ground turkey1.5 cups Rao's Marinaria sauce** 2 cups chicken stock1 can or box black beans...

from the cookbook paleo comfort foods by Julie Mayfield, Charles Mayfield, Mark Adams (Photographs) When I want a rich and tasty bread to use for jam, smoked salmon or avocado toast, this one is my go-to! 100% real whole foods and no added sugar or flour. I make my...

It’s always our first reaction, a teen-aged like eye roll at yet another news report about nutrition based on some study that generalizes, making some food item “good” or “bad” for everyone.  The latest news about red meat from the Associated Press and reported on...