Spicy Black Bean Hummus

Another super easy bean dip, this one taken from Pop Sugar. My modifications were as follows: I’ve gotten really skeptical about putting raw garlic in things because I can’t seem to find any… Continue reading

Alkaline Broth

While we’re on a health kick…. This I originally got from a naturopath in Portland, OR who said it can help balance the body – she recommends drinking at least half a cup… Continue reading

Smiley Green Soup

First of all, can I just put a disclaimer on this? I got called out recently for seeming so healthy on this blog. It’s true that I tend to eat well in general,… Continue reading

Pumpkin Quinoa Porridge

This kind of worked… I got this from a Whole Foods recipe, and I basically followed it – except that I used quinoa instead of brown rice (it’s what I had, and it’s… Continue reading

Root Vegetable Love Soup

I call this Love soup because it’s red, and it’s Valentine’s Day, and if you love someone you should make this for them! – haha. Easy, delicious, good for you, and endlessly customizable!… Continue reading

Stir-fried Greens with Cherries and Mixed Nuts

What I had in my kitchen tonight was some stir-fry greens that were dying, some scallions that were almost dead, dried unsweetened cherries, and salted mixed nuts (the latter 2 I’d originally bought… Continue reading

Roasted Acorn Squash with Tempeh and Brussels Sprouts

This recipe started from TasteFood’s acorn squash recipe, which features my three favorite spices: cumin, coriander, and, of course, paprika. Yum! That’s what sold me. And I plan to use this combination in… Continue reading

Quick Office Breakfast

This is hardly a recipe, but I’m so in love with it that I had to share! I’m one of those people who eats like 3 breakfasts a day, and this is definitely… Continue reading

Spicy Coconut French Toast

Traditional French toast was always a little boring to me, and I tend towards savory stuff in the morning. But the coconut and cayenne in this recipe from A Spicy Perspective make it… Continue reading

Sweet Potato with Aduki Beans and Green Pepper

An old roommate of mine (see Why I Heart NYC) used to make this, or something similar, all the time. She’d throw a poked sweet potato into the microwave for 8 minutes, and… Continue reading