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Quiche

    Ingredients: 2 to 3 small to medium sweet potatoes 1/2 to 1 small diced onion 2 small cloves of garlic minced 1 TBS canola oil 5 to 8 oz of raw spinach 1/3 cup sun dried tomatoes 1 tsp crushed red pepper flakes 1/2 tsp smoked paprika 6 large eggs 1/4 cup of …

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That Is Love

  Thanks for all the love. Loss is hard. Many of you shared your struggles with loss and reached out to support each other as well. What an incredible group of people in this community. You guys are indeed angels and I thank you for your love and support. I’ve got a busy couple of …

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Why I love Ethnic Food

One of the things I love most about my career is the many different countries and cultures I’ve had the privilege to teach in. I love people and love learning their culture which always involves food. I don’t love sushi and other ethnic food because I think it’s trendy. I love it because it reminds …

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Happy Monday: Take Action

Happy Monday Angels! I’m all set to roll up my sleeves and work this week on a new program I’m creating to help my clients. I’ve done a ton of research the past few weeks, and am ready to put it all together in my signature style, easy to understand and actionable! If you want …

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BFF: Carrot Tahini Quinoa Burgers

Oh my goodness! Would you look at that?!?! I’ve been on a quinoa kick lately, so I was cruising Pinterest looking for some inspiration and came across this recipe from Trish Bozeman of Rhubarbarians.  Trish has the recipe broken up to include the cabbage slaw, tzatziki, and the quinoa burger.  I’m going to start with the …

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Which Generation Are You?

My son and I spent time with my Dad this past weekend on Valentine’s Day. I made us all lunch, and we had a great time visiting. My Dad often shares stories of his youth with my son. I love when he does this because he absolutely lights up sharing those memories. Watching the two …

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