A bright, fresh salad that is anything but ordinary. It has a satisfactory crunch thanks to dried chow mein noodles, cashews and cabbage. Chicken brings it all together to make it a filling, healthy dinner, where no one will walk away hungry.
I find it quite fascinating how our bodies naturally gravitate towards certain foods certain times of the year. Winter time, I generally crave comfort, hearty meals that are full of carbs. As I am sure most of us do. We have to store that extra fat or replenish those calories after being in the cold and burning through stored energy. So naturally, when the weather changes, the warmth begins to float through the air, my cravings then turn away from stick-to-your-bones meals, towards lighter, fresher meals. It’s such a natural process that most of the time we don’t even notice that it’s happening. But sometimes…Read More
This is a healthier version of butter chicken. Coconut milk makes it rich and creamy while cauliflower is subtly swapped for the chicken. This is an easy, satisfying weeknight meal that will please all at the table.
This dish is for all of those who are still in, what it may seem like, the the throes of winter. We got a big enough snow storm Monday to cancel school. And it has been spitting snow off and on for a few days this week. I know out west is getting hit hard. I feel you people! I find the snow to be beautiful, and I really don’t mind it a whole lot, but I am definitely ready to retire my…Read More
Healthy, satisfying curry that is filled with fresh vegetables, zucchini noodles and chicken. Served with flatbread for a dipping vessel, and you have yourself the perfect weeknight meal. Quick and easy, this will satisfy any curry lover, or on the fence curry questionables.
Now that the weather is finally on the downward trend for cooler temperatures, I am diving headfirst into the comfort/cold weather foods. Soup is pretty much on the menu weekly, and the carb/meat dishes are making their way to the top. Hot cider is a regular, since it’s not quite time for hot chocolate. The viewing of the last of the colorful leaves is a daily enjoyment. And the time change is the real signal for the winter days to come. I don’t know about you..Read More
Healthy, quick and satisfying, this curry is a great way to welcome fall with its warm flavors and end of summer veggies.
I don’t know about you all, but I live for the change of seasons. I love all seasons equally, but I get tired of them as they progress. So, I am always super happy when a new season comes rolling in. Living in New England, the season change can be very subtle, like soft butter spread over warm toast. It slowly slides in, with small temperature changes, summer blooms fade away, and the air begins to move from the heavy moisture to crisper, cleaner smells. Other times, the change of season is like bam! a rock just got thrown into a pond disturbing the ever-still water and causing a ripple effect. The temperatures drop drastically over night, causing...Read More