Vegetarian

The colorful rainbow of greens, yellow’s, red and orange tomatoes call my name whenever I pass them by at the farmers market. I can’t help but by a container or three or five. This has led to an overabundance of summer on my counter. Although, I’m not complaining. They are as sweet as candy, which […]

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Entree

Summer is passing by at warp speed. It’s almost the middle of August and I haven’t done half the activities I have wanted to do yet like go swimming, pick blueberries and or enjoy a glass of wine in the French countryside. What I have done is spend time with friends and family, worked hard […]

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Breakfast

If I could live off one quick bread for the rest of my life it would be banana bread. My mom used to whip up batch after batch during the winter months, filling the house with the comforting scent of cinnamon and butter. She didn’t stick to one recipe but instead tried several in a […]

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Wellness Tips

Depression is wildly experienced by many but it is still shrouded in misconceptions and myths. That’s why it is important to recognize fact from fiction by educating yourself and the ones around you. The myths I’ve compiled below are some of the most common but only skims the surface of the stigma attached depression. If […]

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Dessert

With all the summer produce out there, it’s easy to overload your fridge with juicy peaches, plums, blackberries, etc. and then have no idea how to use it up. I’ve been there, many times. When you live somewhere with 4 seasons, the memory of bleak farmers stands in the dead of winter is never far […]

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Dairy-Free

Since the summer has hit, I’ve switched out my standard decaf coffee for an iced matcha tea. Nine times out of 10, I’ll make it at home but if I’m feeling lazy, I’ll head to the tea shop down the street. They give you the option of adding ginger or lavender syrup to your order. […]

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