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“Moosewood Cooks At Home”
by The Moosewood Collective - The renowned Moosewood restaurant in Ithaca, NY shares
Fast, simple recipes to prepare at home.
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“The Balanced Plate”
by Renee Loux - Includes a forward by Dean Ornish, MD. The essential elements of whole foods and good health.
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“The New Whole Foods Encyclopedia”
by Rebecca Wood - A comprehensive resource for healthy eating.
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LINKS


www.mercola.com - this site is an extensive source for articles about wide range of health issues.


www.havinghealthnow.com - Kevin Doherty explains Eastern approaches to health & wellness.


www.inspiredeating.com - Explore the body, mind, spirit connection to your own personal food choices with Lisa Turner


www.cookn-software.com - Incredible comprehensive cook’n recipe software. Print shopping lists from an extensive library of recipes.


www.myvemma.com/cheftom - Liquid vitamin supplement acclaimed by Dr. Oz. Great tasting way to prevent chronic conditions.


www.spicesherpa.com - SpiceSherpa.com is your open-access, online magazine to the authentic world of spices. Ask questions. Get answers. Explore and enjoy.

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Rice Noodle Salad

Rice Noodles are great because you just soak them in warm water while you assemble the rest of the ingredients you will be using. Some of the most interesting dishes come from rummaging around in the fridge and letting what you find spark an idea. I call this ” Somethin’ Outta Nothin’ “… Using little […]

Roasted Chili Paste heats up Valentine’s Day

The final selection surprised even me. Of all things, humble cauliflower rose to the occasion.

The main Thai ingredient in this dish is roasted chili paste. It is spicy of course, and also has a deep and complex flavor. Cauliflower, with its mild flavor is a perfect compliment. In this case, opposites definitely attract!

Delicious Light Chicken Picatta

Every once in a while it rises to the occasion when a light, easy preparation is called for. Here, finished with a splash of white wine and a sprinkle of capers, chicken takes a starring role on the plate.

The name Picatta means sharp. Fresh lemon juice is responsible for the name in this case. The finished dish is bright, lively, and delicious

Pineapple Fried Rice – Thai comfort food

The carbs of the rice and sweetness of the pineapple worked magic on our frame of mind.

Mulligatawny Soup

  This delicious Indian soup is easy to make. It provides a great refresher at any time of day. Enjoy this recipe from the Moosewood Collective.  MULLIGATAWNY SOUP 1 1/2 Cups Chopped Onions                    1 Medium Red or Green Bell Pepper,seeded and chopped 1 Celery Stalk, Chopped                              1 Firm Tomato, Chopped 2 Tbs Ghee                                                        1 Small Chili, seeded […]

Poached Fish with Tomato & Cumin

Poaching fish is a foolproof method to make sure it comes out moist. In this dish fresh tomato is grated to form a poaching liquid. Celery and onion give the sauce body and texture.

Stuffed Chicken Breast with Spinach and Feta

Stuffed chicken breasts are common in country style cooking. They are easy to assemble, in spite of their sophisticated appearance… You can assemble these ahead of time if you’re having friends over. They also travel well if you are going to a potluck. The beautiful presentation guarantees you will be the hero either way.

Seasonings Made Simple – Asian Fascination

Color, texture, and a balance of flavors are what charaterize Asian cuisine and make it so fascinating to prepare and so incredible to sit down to enjoy.

New Game Plan for Game Night

They say laughter is the best medicine, and laughing together with friends brings the added benefit of social bonding. … Once the games are underway, move on to entree type items like soups or meat skewers. When champions begin to emerge, let them lead the charge to the dessert table…

Italian Inspiration – Seasonings Made Simple

So cut up some fresh Vegetables & cook them in an Oil with a Savory element. Season them with Herbs & Spices along with some Nuts or Extras. Serve beside a lean protien such as fish or chicken or over a pile of Grains and presto, Healthy Meals Made Easily!