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Sneak a Peek at Spring

Sneak a Peek at Spring

I don’t know about the weather in your neck of the woods, but around these parts it qualifies as freezing. I do realize that “cold” is a relative term, and that New Englanders reading this post would chuckle at my … Read More

Thrift Store Decor

Thrift Store Decor

Whether on a tight budget or feeling extra earth-friendly, thrift stores and yard sales are excellent stops for picking up decorative items for any space. Liking the idea but not sure what to buy? A few no fail thrift store … Read More

Mung Bean and Butternut Squash Stew

Mung Bean and Butternut Squash Stew

This soup is a variation on “kitcharee” (also spelled kitchari and kichadi), a nourishing soup from the Indian Ayurvedic healing tradition. In Ayurveda, dishes like this one are recommended for supporting your digestive system and helping with detoxification. It also … Read More

Spiced Squash Chutney

Spiced Squash Chutney

I love sweet and spicy chutneys. This chutney, which features winter squash, is really terrific. You can use butternut squash, red kuri squash, kabocha squash, acorn squash, sweet dumpling squash, or even sugar pie pumpkin in this recipe. I used … Read More

Winter Endive Salad

Winter Endive Salad

Belgian endive is a member of the chicory family. It’s a very healthy vegetable that’s not easy to grow in the home garden. It is, however, grown commercially in California throughout the year, so it makes a nice green to … Read More

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