I feel like I’m living in a snow globe. And my son is standing at the window singing “It’s Beginning to Look a Lot Like Christmas”.
Serve this low-fat, high-fiber lentil soup with some whole-grain bread and you have a delicious and filling meal.
Last week, some friends and I made a bunch of food for a big crowd. We had lots of yummy stuff, but interestingly (at least to me), the most requested recipe was the
Porotos Granados is a popular light summer soup from the country of Chile. It embraces the fresh summer harvest of cranberry beans, corn, tomatoes, and squash, which are all indigenous to Chile and available in abundance in the late summer months.
You won’t believe how quick and easy it is to make this refreshing, chilled, peach soup!
Before I share this recipe with you, there are a few things I need to tell you first.
Borscht When I was a child, I was quite content to live on cereal, tater tots, and ice cream day after day (if I would have been allowed), and yet …
Is it possible to will spring into existence by eating springtime foods? Maybe not, but I’m going to give it my best shot! C’mon spring! You can do it! I’ve been waiting all winter for asparagus to be in season again so I can eat this soup – and share it with you! 5.0 from […]
I receive numerous emails asking, “How can I lose weight if I don’t like vegetables?” While there are lots of tips and sneaky tricks that I use for the die-hard vegetable hater, I’ve found that, for the average person, the most common reason for not liking vegetables is the method of preparation. I mean, seriously […]
Did you know that you could eat 7 cups of cooked kale and you still would not have consumed as many calories as are in one McDonald’s hamburger? 7 cups! Plus, leafy greens like kale and collards contain no cholesterol or saturated fat, are loaded with beneficial phytochemicals, and some are better sources of calcium […]