In My Kitchen ~ November 2013

In my kitchen … is the window that frames each season so beautifully. It’s been two months since my last IMK post—the leaves have changed from green to gold, the flowers fading as temperatures dip. We have one small grouping of flowers in the upper garden continuing to smile at me with bright, yellow faces. […]

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Guest Post from Whole Intentions: What Are Your Cravings Telling You?

A few days ago we posted a brief introduction for The Sweeter Side of Candida and the awesome product giveaways, which are part of the launch (winners announced tonight, Nov 1, at 10:30). Over the last few days I‘ve had the chance to preview the book and collect supplies to try a few recipes for […]

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Curry Roasted Acorn Squash & Pecans

Once upon a time there was a curry series … Basic Chicken Curry Beef Curry: Massaman Style Curry-Spiced Roasted Butternut Squash Somewhere along the way, Curry Roasted Acorn Squash & Pecans got lost in the shuffle of photos and blog posts. It’s funny how blog life mirrors real life, as good intentions get sandwiched between […]

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The Sweeter Side of Candida Book Launch Giveaway — This week!

A few weeks ago, Paula Miller, blogger at Whole Intentions, contacted me to see if I would be interested in helping to promote a book she co-authored with Sarah Ives, The Sweeter Side of Candida. Paula and I share a common Food Philosophy, so it was exciting to see her new book and sign on […]

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D.C. Plan B

October 2nd I had the pleasure of tagging along on a business trip with my husband to Washington D.C. The plan was pretty simple, enjoy 5 days in a luxury hotel, visit museums, and dine at as many fine restaurants as possible. I had only two sites on my list, the American History Museum and […]

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Pumpkin Spice Tea Cake with Maple Candied Walnuts [Gluten & Dairy-Free]

This Pumpkin Tea Cake was created out of the desire to love-on some friends who often bring their own food to gatherings due to allergies. It is always hard for me to see friends unable to join-in and enjoy what everyone else is having, missing out on the connection of sharing the same experience. At […]

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An Important Key to Savoring Health: Heal Your Gut

I can tell you from personal experience it is difficult to savor anything when dealing with discomfort or pain in my stomach. My first introduction to the importance of intestinal health was when I read The Maker’s Diet by Jordan Rubin years ago. His book made a lasting impression on us and how we maintain […]

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Roasted Beets with Blackberry-Ginger Balsamic & Feta

This is one of those times when a recipe title is pretty much the recipe—it just doesn’t get any easier than this one, friends. I like beets. I can peel them and eat them straight from the garden, especially golden beets, but I realize not everyone enjoys this root vegetable quite the same way. The […]

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Easy Korean Barbecued Skirt Steak

Korean barbecue is a popular menu item in restaurants—its sweet, spicy, tangy, earthy flavors make it easy to love. So why not make it at home and enjoy it any time the mood hits? We did just that. A couple of months ago when my mom was visiting, we tried this recipe from Fine Cooking […]

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Corn & Green Chile Chowder

  It’s late, I know. I made this a month ago and I’m afraid fresh corn season is nearly, if not already, at its end. I’m sorry. Timing is to food, as location is to real estate. Well, it may not be everything, but it certainly helps when you try to eat local, fresh food. […]

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