My family is not committed to a gluten free or vegan lifestyle, but I love finding recipes that fit the bill so I can cook for friends with dietary restrictions. This raspberry scone is almost better than the traditional white flour and butter version Continue Reading
On the eve of the one year anniversary of Eat Greens 365, I am beyond grateful to humbly report that I’ve posted 92 times, reaching 3,280 friends in 75 countries.
While I am excited about the reach of this project, I must admit that I have been feeling disappointed for months that I was unable to keep my commitment to
I ran out of lettuce today and went to check the garden. I knew it was a stretch, but kale was the backup if I could not find lettuce. And yet I did. The arugula seeds that I planted from Renee’s Garden years ago keep reseeding. And they are delicious in salads, on sandwiches, and even on top of pizza – trust me!
When compared to a lettuce without as deep a hue, like iceberg, arugula contains Continue Reading
Thank you, Amy. You shared this recipe with me a while ago and I make it whenever someone in my house is sick. It is our “new” chicken soup and it tastes so good that I can’t wait to have the leftovers for lunch. Of course, I always have to share. Continue Reading
It looks and sounds like a lot of scallions, but it is well worth the effort. This is my mother’s Ginger Chicken Recipe and it has been one of my favorites for decades. And what makes it taste even better is knowing Continue Reading