Strolling around your local farmer’s market during the spring will invariably include the options of various greens, ramps, and rhubarb. Rhubarb? Yes, rhubarb is one of my favorite treats of the spring and I eagerly grab a bunch as soon as the fresh crop appears. Maybe you’re curious/confused about this green/red vegetable/fruit that’s tart/tangy. Maybe […]Read More Rhubarb Sauce
These sweet treats truly are special. Very clean, with ground oatmeal instead of flour, honey and applesauce instead of sugar, and blueberries bursting with every bite – what’s not to love?Read More Blueberry Zucchini Oat Muffins
Looking for a fresh kick to your party? Give my all fresh SALSA a try!Read More All Fresh SALSA!
So there I was at our local chain restaurant… and I saw they had broth bowls. With noodles and chicken. Of course I had to order one. It was delicious, I have to say. But as I enjoyed it I thought to myself, “Beth, you can totally make this yourself!” And so I did. The […]Read More Broth Bowl
Everyone loves a good sloppy joe! But what if you are feeling something a bit more modern, a bit healthier? This recipe is a new twist on that traditional favorite to keep our inner child happy, with just enough tweaks to keep our adult sensibilities thinking fit! The classic joe is basically ground beef with […]Read More Turkey Black Bean Sloppy Joes
Yeah! More soup! If you are a regular reader of my blog, you know what a fan of homemade soups I am. Fresh ingredients and a nice soup bone in my crockpot… I’m in heaven! (Check out my recent post on bone broth and vegetable beef soup!) Some of the very best soups are some of […]Read More Ham, Lentil and Potato Soup
If you want to make the very richest soup, you gotta make your own bone broth. You can use it for your weekly food prep when you make your rice and quinoa instead of plain old water, too!Read More Bone Broth…or, The Key to Great Vegetable Soup!