I am thrilled to announce the release of my first e-book, 5-Minute Meals. This has been a project of mine for a couple of years now.
I love food and enjoy cooking, but I don’t want to spend all of my free time in the kitchen. I’d rather be outdoors, playing tennis or relaxing with friends. I realized that many of my clients felt the same way. So I decided to write this book, to share my favorite quick-and-easy recipes with the world. Continue reading
Instead of (or in addition to) wearing green and drinking green beer on St. Paddy’s Day, try something new– eating green! Green vegetables and fruits are some of the most nutrient-rich foods on the planet. Continue reading
This is a delicious winter dish. You can make this a one-pot meal by cooking it in a Dutch oven. Otherwise, use a large skillet and a 9 x 13 inch baking dish. Continue reading
Mixing vegetables into a smoothie is a quick and easy way to get them into your diet. Nitrates in beetroot juice may enhance athletic performance. The nitrates reduce the amount of oxygen your muscles need, giving you more stamina.
This hearty, warm dish is a great way to end the day.
This elegant dish is surprisingly simple to make. Continue reading
This lighter version of the classic Thai favorite was inspired by the recipe in Cooking Light: The Food Lover’s Healthy Habits Cookbook by Janet Helm, RD. I love the beef/tofu combo in this recipe, but you can substitute chicken, shrimp or any other protein you prefer. Fish sauce can be found in the ethnic isle of your local grocery store.
These vegetables have an Asian flair and pair nicely with Honey-Soy Glazed Salmon and brown rice.
The American Heart Association recommends eating fish at least twice per week. Salmon is an especially good source of essential omega-3 fatty acids, which reduce inflammation and promote heart health. Try this delicious Asian-inspired recipe. Your heart will thank you!
Quinoa is a whole grain that is also a complete protein– it contains all the amino acids necessary for our body. It has a fluffy texture and a nutty taste. To this dish I’ve added a variety of vegetables to introduce more flavors and nutrients. It all cooks in one pot for minimal clean up.