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[…]

Freekeh salad recipe

Freekeh. It’s a fun word to say. And a fun grain to eat (as you’ll discover with this freekeh salad recipe). But first, what the heck is freekeh? It’s wheat, but it’s young green wheat that has been roasted and cracked. Because of how it’s harvested, it has more protein than quinoa. It’s also has Read more about Freekeh salad recipe[…]