Monthly Archive: January 2014

Bok Choy Fennel Salad

This original recipe called for a shredded apple which sounded messy to me so I opted to make little julienne strips instead. My approach was to cut the apple in half, use a melon ball tool to remove the core, slice each half into rounds and then slice each round into sticks. Since I was …

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Bok Choy Fennel Salad

With so many of you living in sub zero temperatures I hesitated just for a moment about posting a salad recipe today. However; this salad has been made about four times in the past two weeks – yes it’s so awesome we keep wanting more so I had to share it with you. It’s a spin …

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Chipotle Chili with Sweet Potatoes & Brussels Sprouts

Happy New Year! My first post and recipe share for 2014 is going to warm you up from the inside out. It comes from a new to me cookbook titled Appetite For Reduction by Isa Moskowitz. This dish is one of the best things I have made lately – so packed with amazing flavors and …

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Chipotle Chili With Sweet Potatoes & Brussels Sprouts

The recipe calls for one can of pinto beans but at the last minute I decided to add an additional can of black beans to boost the protein and fiber. There was just enough heat from the Chipotles to give this dish some kick without setting your mouth on fire! Cut back on the amount …

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Green Chili Hummus

I found the original recipe for Green Chili Hummus here on Food.com and tweaked it to my own taste. The idea of a Mexican/Southwest hummus was so intriguing and you know what? It works – this is amazing with tortilla chips, on pita bread, whole grain crackers or as a topping on a taco salad. Use it …

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