summer staple: peach, tomato, basil salad

The weekend is here again, and I'm cleaning out the fridge in preparation for the farmers market tomorrow.  This week was slow, fun, and spontaneous and I really enjoyed it.  I started working even more deeply on saying "no" to commitments when I felt like it, letting go of attachments to my (self imagined) "expectations"… Continue reading summer staple: peach, tomato, basil salad

kale fried rice

I love kale.  Its probably my favorite winter green.  Something about it is very comforting, very grounding.  I have a hard time digesting it raw, so I usually cook it lightly and it tastes so delicious.  My kids, on the other hand, will only really eat greens in smoothie form and mild spinach is their… Continue reading kale fried rice

gingery sesame-soy vinaigrette

I have been craving salad after salad this winter.  I think it is because I crave the vibrant colors and raw textures of summer produce.  Bright and colorful salads are a sweet spot in winter.  Packed with color and therefore nutrition, they are a great way to get your family's veggies in!  Serve with a… Continue reading gingery sesame-soy vinaigrette