Oatmeal is typically a breakfast item that leans toward the sweeter side of the palate spectrum. Switch up your oat game and try breakfast, lunch, or even dinner with savory oats made with nutritious ingredients. Simply prepared, these savory oats are topped with crispy umami rich shiitake bacon, garlicky kale, creamy avocado, and an optional poached egg, creating a delicious meal.Read More
Rosh Hashanah, also known as the Jewish New Year, kicks off on Sunday evening. It is a time of renewal and reflection. Like all holidays, food is an important focal point of the New Year celebration. There are many foods that are customary to eat on Rosh Hashanah, which have significance to ensure a sweet and good new year. This kale and cauli tabbouleh recipe incorporates many of those symbolic foods into one simple and nutritious dish.Read More
Poached eggs over greens is no new concept. But turmeric poached eggs over seared kale with shiitake bacon? Now, that's exciting. This bowl is perfect anytime of day, yet I especially love to get in my greens first thing. Starting the day with a fortifying and deeply nutritious meal sets the bar for the rest of your days' eats.Read More
We've all been there. After a full day of hustling at work or at school, meetings, maybe a workout squeezed in, you arrive home to an empty fridge. Before you jump to Seamless for your evening's sustenance, consider a veggie burger.
Not all veggie burgers are created equal. I recently teamed up with well + good to discuss which store-bought options fit my bill for clean and conscious eating. You can see the feature here.Read More
Salad is always an essential staple for me at most meals and, on Thanksgiving, that mentality does not change. Instead of your typical run-of-the-mill greens, consider taking it up a notch with massaged kale, roasted squash, apples, and pepitas!Read More
This month is all about manifesting my insatiable love for soup. Not only are soups typically forgiving and flexible, they can be quite amenable to augmentation if you happen to run out of a particular spice or herb. A hearty soup or stew can be repurposed for multiple meals throughout the week, alleviating much of the 8pm, just home from work/gym, grab a bag of blue corn chips hangry drama. For my take on lentil soup, I enriched the flavors with smoked paprika, spicy chili powder, and warm and earthy cumin to add a distinct robustness to this hearty winter soup. A handful of baby kale is added right before eating for added nutrient density and a burst of color.Read More