Lemon’s antibacterial, antiviral and immune-boosting properties combined with green tea’s antioxidants, ginger’s nausea eliminating ability and cinnamon’s fever reducing powers make a tea that is designed to fight sickness and make you feel better, even if you aren’t sick.
A traditional Japanese soup that takes advantage of all of the beneficial antioxidants and free-radical fighting characteristics of tea by using it as soup broth.
Rich chocolate pudding with a hint of coconut. Enjoy this creamy treat hot or cold accompanied by fresh berries.
This is my “chicken noodle soup” recipe, only it doesn’t have any noodles.
A simple variation on potato leek soup, this makes a great appetizer or main course. Enjoy it smooth or chunky, hot or cold...the choice is yours.
Surely you have heard of sweet and sour chicken, or pork, or maybe even fish. You can add any of those to this dish, but this veggie recipe is a fulfilling meal all on its own.
This one is for all of those college kids out there (and college kids at heart) who love ramen despite its unhealthy reputation. In this recipe I have done my best to make ramen healthy. Skeptical?...click here.
Love, love, love these crepes! They are super easy to make and help you get your daily dose of leafy green vegetables.
As far as I know I am the first person to make a veggie loaded lasagna that also has meat in it. I do not know why vegetables and meat seem to be mutually exclusive when it comes to lasagna but I think they taste great together and it makes for a well rounded meal. You can, of course, leave out the meat to make this vegetarian but please do not leave out the vegetables.
Fårikål is a traditional Norwegian stew of lamb and cabbage that is commonly consumed throughout the year. In fact it is so well loved throughout the country that it is the first Norwegian recipe that my forlovede (fiancé) asked me to make for him.