Archive for: September, 2012

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  I so often hear “I don’t have time to cook a healthy breakfast” and today I wanted to share with you how I got this amazing farm raised breakfast to the table in less than 5 minutes!  I believe that planning is everything when it comes to getting in and out of the kitchen super fast.  I can not wait to launch my meal plan to you all which is coming out very soon!  Here I will take all…

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Chili and Cornbread   So earlier this week I posted a delicious End of The Summer Veggie Stew/Chili recipe!  If you haven’t had a chance to see this recipe you can view it here.   This chili is so delicious and if you are anything like me, I just love some corn bread with my chili!  Check out the photo below, the chili and cornbread make for a perfect fall meal!   A Healthier Organic Cornbread Recipe    This recipe…

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  Hello and welcome to Whole Foods Wednesday’s Recipe Swap!   I am very excited to be co hosting this blog carnival!  So just what is a blog carnival?   Here are some tips and guidelines explaining just what a blog carnival is.  It really is a great way to visit new blogs and get new recipes and lifestyle tips from all over the web! WHAT IS A BLOG CARNIVAL? A blog carnival is a place where people can share post about…

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The End of Summer   Summer is coming to an end and fall is quickly approaching.  I have a ton of awesome veggies coming out of my garden and I wanted a recipe that would use up all of these great veggies.   I am so glad to have such wonderful friends who are always looking out for me and helping me find new inspiration for recipes that I want to share.  My girlfriend shared this recipe with me and…

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One of my favorite seasons is fall!  I love the cool, crisp air and all the color that nature has to offer.  I also love that many varieties of squashes come into season.  Today I am sharing one of my all time favorite soups, butternut squash soup.  This soup is very simple to make and has so much flavor.  There are so many different varieties of squash and over the next few months I will be showcasing some amazing fall…

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  Hello and welcome to Whole Foods Wednesday’s Recipe Swap!   I am very excited to be co hosting this blog carnival!  So just what is a blog carnival?   Here are some tips and guidelines explaining just what a blog carnival is.  It really is a great way to visit new blogs and get new recipes and lifestyle tips from all over the web! WHAT IS A BLOG CARNIVAL? A blog carnival is a place where people can share post about…

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Eggs In A Basket

I am always looking for quick and delicious breakfast ideas.  Bacon and eggs go hand and hand so I decided to put them together to create a quick grab and go breakfast that you can eat throughout the week.  Theses little egg cups are full of protein and go nicely with some fresh fruit.  I make up a dozen and eat two with some fresh berries (I like the egg cups cold, but you could easily heat them up in…

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  I don’t know about you, but I have so many vegetables coming out of my garden right now that I just don’t know what to do with them all!  Check out this harvest that I picked out of my garden one night last week.  That is a lot of veggies isn’t it?  Some of you might think that I have a huge garden to get all of these wonderful veggies, but I do not.  You would be very surprised…

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Sun Dried Tomatoes

There is nothing that I love more than heading out to my garden and picking these super sweet cherry tomatoes!  I have really never been a fan of them until I started to grow them myself.  Oh my goodness there is no comparison to store bought.  I grow sweet 100′s and they produce these beautiful miniature tomatoes that are so sweet it taste like I am having some candy (well maybe not that sweet  :lol:).  This year I grew yellow…

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It isn’t often that a recipe surprises me and gets me this excited!  What am I so excited about?  I have finally created a delicious spelt dinner roll that is light and airy and isn’t as dense as a brick!  What’s even better is that they only take 30 minutes to make from start to finish!  These are yeast rolls and typically you have to allow the rolls to proof (or rise) for several hours.  Well this recipe takes out…

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