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Miso Soup

Miso Soup

This savory soup boosts immune function and is an excellent source of up to 120 probiotic strains. Light and salty, it works well as a first course for a meal. Yellow miso is sweet and creamy, while red miso is stronger and saltier— select which one you prefer....

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Chicken Marsala

This is a take on classic chicken Marsala but made with chicken thighs for more flavor, and with almond flour to keep this gluten-free and have a lower glycemic index than the traditional dish made with wheat flour.Prep Time: 10 minutesCooking Time: 20 minutesServes:...

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Chocolate-Raspberry-Orange Soufflé

Chocolate-Raspberry-Orange Soufflé

For an occasional treat, here is a dessert worth celebrating! The combination of chocolate, raspberry, and orange flavors is one of my favorites. You can’t taste the yams, but they provide a nice texture and structure along with healthy fiber for the soufflé....

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Bûche de Noël

Bûche de Noël

This is a glorious, French sponge cake, assembled like the traditional yule-log. It has a chestnut filling and is covered with rich, dark chocolate. Traditionally, Nicole makes this special treat in our home nearly every Christmas. You can buy cooked and peeled...

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Holiday Menu

Holiday Menu

The recipes below are wonderful for gatherings during the holidays! Leek and Mushroom Soufflé Soufflés add splendor to a holiday meal. They are easy and fun to make. I like the leek-shiitake flavors, but you can enjoy other wild mushroom flavors, too.   Preparation...

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Gift Recipes for the Holidays!!

Gift Recipes for the Holidays!!

The recipes below are great to give as gifts or to bring to a party during the holidays! Mango ChutneyThis is a lovely condiment for curry dishes and also serves as a great holiday gift!Preparation and Canning Time: 1 ½ hoursYields:  12 CupsIngredients:1 ⅓ cup sugar...

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Cherry Tomatoes Stuffed with Potato, Cheese, & Herbs

Cherry Tomatoes Stuffed with Potato, Cheese, & Herbs

This is a cheerful and tasty dish for a holiday party. You can always substitute mashed cauliflower for the potato if you want to lower the glycemic load. Prep Time: 30 Minutes Makes: 20 Bite-size Appetizers Ingredients: 1 small Russet potato 1 teaspoon virgin olive...

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Duck with Port Wine Sauce and Mashed Sweet Potato

Duck with Port Wine Sauce and Mashed Sweet Potato

Duck is a popular recipe option in restaurants and home cooking in Europe. To my surprise and in contrast to the US, duck is featured on restaurant menus more often than is chicken. Duck is easy to prepare and has a rich flavor. As with buying chicken, always look for...

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Need New Recipes for Thanksgiving?

Need New Recipes for Thanksgiving?

For Thanksgiving, I've been working on recipes that taste fantastic, something your family and friends will love, yet will nourish their heart, brain, and soul. If it sounds too good to be true, it isn’t, as many of the themes for Thanksgiving are naturally healthy,...

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Spanish Tapas

Spanish Tapas

Tapas with Shrimp, Pepper, Garlic, and Chili Here is one of our favorite tapa recipes from Andalucía, the southern region in Spain. It is simple and quick to prepare and with good quality shrimp, terrific. Serves: Four small tapa portions (two dinner portions) Prep...

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Apple-Fennel Chicken Salad

Apple-Fennel Chicken Salad

Here is a fun tapa dish with an exciting new mix of flavors. Avoid buying large fennel bulbs, more than 4 inches, as they may be tough.  I’ve chosen to serve this salad mixture on sliced cucumber, but you could also use endive or lettuce leaves as a serving vehicle...

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Shellfish Paella with Cauliflower Rice

Shellfish Paella with Cauliflower Rice

The word Paella comes from the phrase, “para ella,” in Spanish this means “for her”. In the distant past in Spain, women and men ate separately. The men were served first with generous portions of poultry, sausage, seafood, and rice, and the women basically ate...

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Almond, Tahini, and Date Cookies

Almond, Tahini, and Date Cookies

These cookie ingredients provide wonderful flavors for a special occasion, such as a holiday or a birthday event. The combo of almonds, tahini, and dates are also rich in fiber, magnesium, B vitamins, vitamin E, and calcium. At home, I use tahini often as...

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Sautéed Fava Beans with Olive Oil and Garlic

Sautéed Fava Beans with Olive Oil and Garlic

While traveling this summer in Spain and Portugal, fava beans were one of the most common vegetables we encountered in local markets, and they were often featured as a side dish in restaurants. Fava beans (also called faba beans or broad...

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Should You Eat Figs?

Should You Eat Figs?

There are over 600 species of fig plants that produce fruit across the planet—yet despite their diversity, they all have one thing in common—their fruit is naturally sweet, flavorful, and highly nutritious. Figs have a fairly short market life as they don’t store well...

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Asturian White Bean Soup

Asturian White Bean Soup

Large white beans are popular in Asturia, Spain, a northern region with an extensive coastline along the Bay of Biscay. They use local faba white beans, (the best beans are hand selected) but if you can’t find them easily, you can opt for large white kidney beans,...

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Strawberry Gazpacho

Strawberry Gazpacho

I had this delightful dish with friends in a restaurant on a warm evening in Porto, Portugal. The chilled soup had an amazing flavor and was very refreshing. We spent time guessing the ingredients and here is my version of this wonderful...

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