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The Ultimate (Super Grains) Veggie Burger + Part 2 Eat Healthier in 2015

Well, my family and I made it through the first week back to our normal routine.  Just a quick slam...

Eat Healthier and Feel Your Best in 2015 + Zucchini and Chickpea Soup with Wild Rice

A new year means new beginnings!  A time to start fresh.  Hopefully, eating healthy and taking care of yourself are...

Fig and Gorgonzola Crostini- Two Ways

I truly didn’t think, with all the hustle and bustle, that I was going to be able to fit in...

Cranberry and Orange Scented Almond Snowball Cookies

My name is Donna and I have a fear of baking.  There.  I said it.  It feels good to get...

Fusilli with Roasted Cauliflower, Garlicky Breadcrumbs, Herbs and Pecorino

Roasted cauliflower with garlicky breadcrumbs.  Parsley, thyme, rosemary.  Italian cheese.  Can you almost taste how delicious these flavors will be...

Roasted Acorn Squash {lightly dusted with brown sugar & butter}

It’s so warm here in NJ that it literally feels like summer.  But, that hasn’t stopped our family from being...

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This post couldn’t come at a better time.  It’s late January and the Northeast was just hit with a baby blizzard, bringing freezing temperatures, strong winds and dumping nearly a foot of snow right on us.  So, if you feel like you might be in need of a little healing, this smoothie might just do the trick! I love VANILLA!  It’s my absolute favorite of all spices!  Whenever I see those tiny little black specks, I get like a kid…

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It’s about this time of year that I start seriously wishing I lived in different climate zone.  One with warmth and sunshine all year round. I start missing my garden, the flowers and all the colors of spring and summer. Since I have no plans on packing us all up and moving to Southern California (although that does sound tempting), I present to you a salad so colorful  it will brighten any dreary winter day! I know some of you…

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Well, my family and I made it through the first week back to our normal routine.  Just a quick slam of a Polar Vortex and and a bit of snow, but we made it. As we stumble upon the second week of January, hopefully you’re sticking with those new year’s health goals.  Part 2 of my series “Eat Healthier in 2015″ focuses on the importance of Whole Grains and Vegetables. There’s more to life than wheat. A study investigating over 117,000 women and…

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A new year means new beginnings!  A time to start fresh.  Hopefully, eating healthy and taking care of yourself are at the top of your list. It’s common for many people to turn to unnecessary dieting, but there are ways to lose weight, cut back on calories, improve your energy levels and feel better, all without counting a calorie. Improving your diet and eating healthier can be as simple as making some small changes.  Since changes don’t happen over night…

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I truly didn’t think, with all the hustle and bustle, that I was going to be able to fit in another post before Christmas.  But, here I am! If you’re entertaining in the next few weeks, then you’re probably looking for some last minute appetizer ideas to wow your guests!  This Fig and Gorgonzola Crostini will certainly do the trick, and it’s so quick and easy.  I give you two ways to make these crostini, because I know sometimes its…

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