Month: March 2016

Save Those Stems!

Yes, these are asparagus stems.  You know, the woody, tough part you snap off when you are rinsing your asparagus and prepping it for cooking.  For years, I had been […]

Spinach Salad With Warm Mushroom Topping

Spinach salad is good any time of year, but if you want to make something really special, top that spinach with a warm mushroom dressing.   Two kinds of bell […]

Carrot Cake

There are lots of pretty desserts all vying for a spot on your Easter table.  Shortcake with fresh strawberries, cheesecake in all its glory, and lemon-anything all scream, “pick me!”  […]

Pineapple Green Smoothie

Chances are, you might be feeling a bit ‘o the green this morning after all the fun you had last night.  There are all sorts of ideas about what cures […]

Go Green For Lunch

Put a little magic in your lunch this week and go green for your kids, yourself, or someone else who could use a little fun.  This is a great opportunity […]

Jameson Irish Coffee Trifle

And now for something a little different…  We have kept the focus on green and healthy so far this month, but there is a holiday approaching, and holidays are a […]

Zucchini Pinwheels

I remembered seeing Katie Lee making these Zucchini Pinwheels on Food Network and thought they would be a great “green” recipe.  And they are.  Once I discovered two things,  One, […]

Crunchy Winter Slaw with Asian Pear and Manchego

Green comes in many shades, like this beautiful, pale green winter slaw from Bon Appetit.  Bright, lemony and crisp - it is just perfect for these first days of spring. […]

Ombre Veggie Tray With Spring Herb Onion Dip

How about a little something green for your get-together this weekend?  I saw this on Pinterest from the Honest To Nod blog and thought it was so cute I couldn’t […]

Roasted Broccolini

Get green with some roasted broccolini.  We all know we need to eat more veggies, but leaving them uncooked in your fridge, or forgetting about them altogether, is not the […]

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