Mini Gluten Free Chocolate Tarts

Where did March go? It’s amazing how quickly time flies. I’ve been spending a lot of time in the garden cleaning and planting. I can’t wait for my tomatoes to come up in a few months. However, a woman can not live on the dream of tomatoes alone. Sometimes, she needs some chocolate. And last Read more about Mini Gluten Free Chocolate Tarts[…]

Cod with Saffron Rice

I don’t know about you, but in the Spring, I start craving fish…something I don’t usually want in the winter. I also want light foods; things that won’t weigh me down (especially after St. Patty’s day…ooph). This recipe for cod with saffron rice is a simple dinner you can make ahead of time and even Read more about Cod with Saffron Rice[…]

Sauteed broccoli recipe

I’ll admit it: I can get very lazy with my vegetable side dishes. More often than not, I just steam or boil my broccoli. If I’m really feeling lazy, I eat it raw. But sometimes it’s good to spice things up a bit. As I was looking through Todd English’s “Cooking in Every Day English,” Read more about Sauteed broccoli recipe[…]

Raw pumpkin seeds

Pumpkin seeds are full of wonderful nutrients, including manganese, zinc, and protein. They’re a great protein source if you want something vegan that isn’t a nut. And they are so good! This raw pumpkin seeds snack takes full advantage of their flavor. I eat these alone, or sprinkle them on salads. Both ways are wonderful. Read more about Raw pumpkin seeds[…]