NEW COOKBOOK!

Mouthwatering Meatless Meals is now available! My new ebook Mouthwatering Meatless Meals has been released, today, just in time for Meatless Monday–and in celebration of Earth Week. “Going meatless once a week  can help reduce your carbon footprint and save precious resources like fresh water and fossil fuel.” Buy now on Mouthwatering Meatless Meals is…

Food Is Our Medicine

It is essential for us to have a basic understanding of our physical make-up. This is highly relevant knowledge that will help us know how to better take care of ourselves. When I became a licensed massage therapist I had to study anatomy and physiology, myology, pathology, neurology, kinesiology, and many other medical sciences. I…

Wellness Coaching

For optimum health we must care for ourselves in every way: body, mind and spirit. As we address the different aspects of who we are, we attain a greater state of balance and well-being. My Wellness Coaching is tailor-made to meet your individual needs. I can assist you in the following areas: FOR THE BODY Healthy…

Cabbage Croquettes

This is a variation of my zucchini pancake recipe.  You can use different types of vegetables for this dish (zucchini, carrots, sweet potatoes, etc.). The consistency of the pancakes will vary depending on whether you shred or grate the veggies. I usually shred the vegetables with a box shredder. You can also use a food processor…

Apple Walnut Salad

It’s apple season! We have the best apples here in our northeast region–and so it was time to revisit the apple salad recipe I created in the spring. I decided to experiment with one of the special vinegars we now carry at Mother Earth’s Storehouse. The difference is subtle, but still quite enjoyable. Apple Walnut Salad 3…

Kale Apple Salad

I like to prepare  this dish in the autumn, though it can be enjoyed any time of year. The shredded apples add a nice freshness to the dish and balance the bitterness of the kale. It’s great as a holiday side and is very easy to make. Ingredients 1 small bunch of kale (about 2-2 ½…

Almond Butter Fudge

I always get great reviews when I prepare this delicious sweet treat. It has only 3 ingredients, but it is essential to cook the milk and sugar to the required temperature (see below); otherwise, the fudge won’t firm up. If you have a candy thermometer, by all means, use it. If not, you can do…

Chickpea Salad

In this recipe I use ingredients that are commonly found in tuna salad. Vegenaise (reduced fat) and Just Mayo are usually my mayos of choice, but you can use any mayonnaise you like. The nutritional yeast adds flavor and protein to the dish. I like to coarsely mash the cooked chickpeas to have some texture. I…

Cabbage Apple Citrus Salad with Walnuts & Raisins

This is a variation of my Autumn Slaw recipe. In this dish, as well as in the original, there is no added sugar, salt or oil. Instead of fresh orange juice, I use one of the new vinegars we now carry at Mother Earth’s  Storehouse, tangerine balsamic. It blends quite well with the fresh lemon…