VGF Mac-n-Cheese

If you're thinking about going vegan, but afraid that you will miss all of your normal foods, I get it. That was my biggest fear, too. And so the first thing I did after making the decision, was to write down all of the comfort foods I used to eat. Mac-n-Cheese was at the top … Continue reading VGF Mac-n-Cheese

Oven Roasted Potatoes with Crispy Kale

My wife went to a brunch where she had a dish that she absolutely loved. As soon as she got home, she was talking about trying to recreate it, telling me how good it was, etc. The first opportunity she had, she tried to recreate the dish, going off nothing more than the memory of … Continue reading Oven Roasted Potatoes with Crispy Kale

Butternut Squash Pineapple Fried Rice

Every so often, I get a hankering for some fried rice. And, though I hate to brag, it's one of the dishes I'm pretty darn good at making. At least, that's what my wife tells me. And why would she lie? But today, I didn't start off thinking of making fried rice. I started off … Continue reading Butternut Squash Pineapple Fried Rice

Slow Cooker Red Curry Lentils

One of the most common reasons I hear from people for not switching to a more healthy diet, is time. No one seems to have the time these days to prepare meals from scratch. And yet, the fatigue and illnesses we feel from running at the speeds we do, day in and day out, can … Continue reading Slow Cooker Red Curry Lentils

Carrot & Red Onion Soup

Winter. It just calls out for soup. Especially if the winter winds bring you more than just flushed cheeks and frozen eyebrows. Yep. I'm talking about Acute Viral Nasopharyngitis. Otherwise known as 'the common cold'. My wife came down with a cold last week, and she's been dealing with a lingering sore throat ever since. … Continue reading Carrot & Red Onion Soup

Potato & Broccoli Soup

This recipe is one my wife came up with during the Super Bowl a few Sunday's ago. She even took pictures for me during each of the steps. And, to be truthful and put credit where credit is due, she is the one I learned how to find random ingredients and make something wonderful. Years … Continue reading Potato & Broccoli Soup

Three Bean Root Chakra Chili

The root chakra, or Muladhara, is our connection to the earth. When it is open and flowing, it provides us with a sense of security, inner peace, and safety. It is the primary and most important chakra to work on, because it is the base, the foundation, the support for all of the other chakras. … Continue reading Three Bean Root Chakra Chili