Growing up, my mom would make an amazing pasta sauce. I would eat until I was on the verge of bursting. She still makes it today, but I have to fight for leftovers. So I came up with this recipe, … Read More
There’s a hummus I get here in Columbus that I absolutely love. It’s a little thinner than the hummus you get from the store, and it uses a little lemon to add freshness. I think that I got really close … Read More
Quinoa is a new favorite of mine, purely started for the health benefits. This recipe uses a few MIND Diet ingredients to provide a slightly healthier version of the original.
This is a recipe inspired by my garden. This year my basil and parsley is growing like crazy, which is a great problem to have I think. I wanted to use some of the herbs to make a sauce for … Read More
When it comes to meatloaf, I don’t think it can get much better than this. Growing up, my mom would make meatloaf and I remember eating it until I couldn’t move, and then calling dibs on the leftovers. This recipe … Read More
I remember the first time I used coriander, I thought it was so fragrant, almost with a hint of citrus. After eating the dish I had a very profound revelation, “wow, this tastes a little like cilantro.” My family, still … Read More
Ever since I can remember, my mom had made frozen bananas dipped in chocolate. It was the ultimate summer time treat for me. This recipe turns that favorite treat into a meal! I use dark chocolate and maple syrup to … Read More
Sorghum is my new kick, I think it’s is a very easy ingredient that takes on flavors really well. Another ingredient that I absolutely love? Feta!! It’s one of my food groups. This recipe incorporates MIND healthy tomato and olive … Read More
I love Paprika. I just do. And the smell of chicken grilling after being tossed in it, it makes my mouth water. This recipe is one of my family’s favorite, because it’s healthy and tasty.
When I was a kid, I hated tomatoes…with a passion. My mom would always shake her head saying, “Ketchup is your favorite food group, how do you hate tomatoes!” It’s the texture I hated, and the taste and how everyone … Read More