Month: May 2015

Uses and Health Benefits of Fresh Sage Herb

Sage – The Holy Herb

In Greek mythology, sage was believed to be a powerful protector and healing agent that was sacred to the gods. It was also commonly believed to strengthen the memory, hence “a sage”, or wise man with a many memories and profound wisdom. Seeking immortality? According to Medieval folklore, all you have to do is take […]

Bulgur Salad with Fresh Herbs and Lemon

Bulgur Salad with Fresh Herbs and Lemon

Here’s a beautiful, insanely delicious and very do-able recipe using whole foods. Bulgar (sometimes referred to as cracked wheat) is packed with a wealth of fiber and B vitamins and makes a fabulously nourishing and quick addition to any meal because even though it’s a whole wheat grain, it’s been cracked and partially pre-cooked to […]

Strawberry Rhubarb Pie

This oh sooo good Strawberry Rhubarb Pie recipe is curtesy of my dear friend Magali. It’s based on an adaption of a recipe that was originally published in Saveur magazine and later made famous by Oprah Winfrey when she highlighted it in a feature about supermodel Cindy Crawford. She claimed that it is something she […]

Quinoa Salad with White Asparagus & Shaved Fennel

Quinoa Salad with White Asparagus & Shaved Fennel

Nutty quinoa tossed together with delicate tasting white asparagus in a dressing sweetened with honey and citrusy, antioxidant-rich orange and lime makes for a perfectly light, refreshing and healthy meal. One my favorite Schwabe referred to as “should be dedicated to vegetarians, so-called flexitarians, or hard-core vegans”. Meaning, in his opinion, it tasted healthy. Very […]

Classic French Dressing

Classic French Dressing

A good salad dressing is the basic foundation to ANY salad! Homemade salad dressing is so much simpler than you could ever imagine and tastes phenomenally better. Not only does this simple salad dressing taste fantastic, it’s easy to whip together in minutes and is guaranteed to become your go-to dressing! In North America, French […]