Monthly Archives: October 2009

Home of the healthy foodie!

This blog is a work in progress – but very soon you will have access to delicious, nutritious, easy and affordable ways to eat!

Get hungry and inspired!

Foodie Pics

A Place for Delicious, Easy and Healthy Meals

[img src=]00Simple Breakfast
Soft Boiled Egg, Sprouted Wheat Toast with Homemade Hummus and Arugula Salad
[img src=]00No Butter Chocolate Chip Cookies
Made with Whole Wheat Flour, Flax Seeds and Oats
[img src=]00Egg Sandwich with French Press Coffee
On Sprouted Grain Toast, with Arugula and Havarti Cheese, and Cucumber and Tomato Salad
[img src=]00Roasted Veggies
Potatoes, Beets, Asparagus and Green Cauliflower
[img src=]00Roasted Veggies
With Wilted Greens, Red Cabbage and Crumbled Goat Cheese
[img src=]00Watermelon and Coconut Agua Fresca
So refreshing on a Summer day!
[img src=]00Hungarian Almond Cookies
This is the first dish my Mother made for my Dad over 40 years ago. She won his heart through his stomach. This is a very simple recipe and super easy to make.
[img src=]00Farmer's Market shopping trip!
[img src=]00Greens and Burrata
Made with Heirloom Cherry Tomatoes and Sprouts
[img src=]00Roasted Squash Blossoms
Are a beautiful side dish, stuffed with Ricotta and Fresh Herbs, Served with Roasted Veggies on Whole Wheat Ciabatta with Herby Goat Cheese Spread, and Fresh Greens
[img src=]00Veggies and Tofu
I sauteed the Tofu with Bitter Greens, Eggplant and served it on a Multigrain Pilaf.
[img src=]00Summer Salad
Romaine Lettuce, Yellow Tomatoes, Stewed Plums, Toasted Hazelnuts and Reduced Balsamic Dressing
[img src=]00Fifteen Minute Halibut
With Avocado Salsa on a Bed of Quinoa
[img src=]00Corn on the Cob
With Feta Mint Butter
[img src=]00Squash Blossoms
Before going into the oven, stuffed with Mascarpone, Ricotta and Fresh Basil, Parsley and Garlic
[img src=]00Polenta and Veggies
With Broccoli, Tomatoes and Reduced Balsamic
[img src=]00Greens and Quinoa
Haricot Verts, Zucchini, Tofu and Eggplant on a bed of Quinoa
[img src=]00Easy Lunch
Sprouted Grain Bread, Homemade Hummus, Arugula and Cherry Tomatoes, with Whole Grain Mustard and a delicious French Press

Thanksgiving Class!

Impress the tryptophan out of your Thanksgiving Guests!


Whether you’re a vegetarian, you’re having vegetarians over for your Thanksgiving dinner or you’re a carnivore who just loves vegetables, this class is sure to inspire your salivary glands!

As a lifelong vegetarian, and a big lover of Thanksgiving, I have figured out a few key dishes that will surely impress your guests at Thanksgiving.

In about 2 ½ – 3 hours, you will learn how to make these delicious, super healthy and easy dishes. Both classes are $60.

You have two menus to choose from:


Butternut Squash and Leek Soup with Toasted Seasoned Pumpkin Seeds & Pomegranate Seed Garnish

Side Dish:
Tamar’s Perfectly Roasted Savory Cherry Almond Brussels Sprouts (I’ve converted Brussels Sprouts haters with this recipe!)

Entrée or Side:
Buckwheat and Lentil Bake (This is a hearty, tasty recipe that can be served as a side dish or entrée, and can be customized for your meal with various vegetables.)

Pumpkin Banana Chocolate Chip Bread with Amaranth & Oats (High in Fiber and Vitamins! Make it for dessert, or the morning snack to hold your overnight guests over while they are waiting for dinner!)

Classes are mostly demonstration, but if you wish to only participate, that is great! At the end of class we all sit down together and enjoy the foods we prepared. After each class you’ll take home a thoughtfully prepared packet of recipes, and the skills to show off your own delicious culinary creations!

These classes are designed for people of all ages and all cooking levels. You’ll learn how to care for your health, and prepare delicious food for those you love. We will give you the knowledge and skills to be a confident cook!

To sign up for classes please e-mail, with your name, e-mail address and phone number, along with the date and time of the class that interests you. I will promptly get back to you to confirm availability!