• Sautéed Peas and Escarole Recipe

    Sautéed Peas and Escarole Recipe

    Sautéed escarole and peas is a staple in my family.  Here’s an easy and healthy dish that makes a great side for poultry or any meat. For 4 servings: 1. One large bag of extra small frozen peas 2. One large or two small escaroles 3. One very large onion 4. Salt and pepper 5. Olive
  • Kohlrabi and Green Apple Salad With Roasted Sesame Seeds

    Kohlrabi and Green Apple Salad With Roasted Sesame Seeds

    Have you ever tried kohlrabi? Kohlrabi belongs to the cabbage family. It can be eaten raw or cooked. It is crunchy and slightly spicy, maybe like something between a radish and a turnip. I like to add it to my salads with green apples. It is so refreshing! For 6 servings you will need: -2
  • My Husband’s Middle Eastern Chickpea Salad

    My Husband’s Middle Eastern Chickpea Salad

    Try this amazing and refreshing Middle Eastern chickpea salad.  It is so quick to prepare. Let’s face it, my husband Paul is a better cook than me. When I have a party, he is usually the one preparing the food. He just delivered this for a ” Re-invent Your Look For Spring” event with my girlfriends
  • Debbie’s Real Greek Salad

    Debbie’s Real Greek Salad

    My client Debbie is of Greek origin and loves her olive oil and feta. She contributed to our recent healthy recipes’ challenge with her unique “Real Greek Salad” preparation.  I think her secret is oregano, very high quality olive oil and excellent  feta cheese.  And lots of love, of course. Here she is preparing her salad for
  • Cauliflower and Parmesan Pancakes with Chives

    Cauliflower and Parmesan Pancakes with Chives

    This delicious recipe will help you replace starchy potatoes with lower calorie cauliflower. One pancake made with cauliflower vs. potatoes will save you approximately 50-100 calories. There are 160 calories in a cup of cooked potatoes vs. 60 calories in a cup of cooked cauliflower! Cauliflower and Parmesan pancakes with chives are perfect served with any source of protein such
  • Chilled Avocado and Cucumber Soup

    Chilled Avocado and Cucumber Soup

    Cold avocado and cucumber soup makes a delicious soup when it’s hot out! This soup is wonderful as a starter and will provide at least two servings of vegetables. It needs no cooking, and can be chilled in the fridge for a few hours, covered to avoid oxidization. A 10oz avocado packs 14g of fiber,