Posts tagged "Meal Planning"

Meatless Monday: Creamy Kale Millet

Meatless Monday: Creamy Kale Millet
If I say to you, “Creamy Kale Millet,” does that sound like an addictive, delicious, vitamin rich dish?  Or do you assume it is a dry salad that will leave you hungry? It is not dry and it will not leave you hungry. This vegan dish is rich, filling, the perfect consistency and healthy.   My yoga coworker friend raved about this recipe... Read more »

Meatless Monday Guest Post: Lime Quinoa

By the time you are reading this, I should be sitting on a sunny beach building sand castles with my kids.   I will do my best to eat meatless in the South. I am not yet sure if that will be a challenge, there is a lot of fried food here.  Author of Feast for All Seasons, Sarah... Read more »

Meatless Monday: Mushroom-Manchego Quesadillas

My husband and my perfect dinner is a cut up apple, warm bread and three cheeses from Pastoral.  We always choose a soft, hard and blue.  The hard one is Manchego every single time.  I try to branch out and try others, but always go back to the sharp, strong taste of the Manchego cheese. Although it is... Read more »
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Random Thoughts on Single Parenting

I hesitate to write that I am currently a single parent.  Not sure if that is offensive or fair, as my kids do have a loving father.  He just happens to be watching basketball in Las Vegas the past 5 days. 1.  I have so much respect for every single parent out there.  To juggle schedules, work,... Read more »

Meatless Monday: Crock Pot Falafel and Kale Chips

After last week’s heavy pasta dish, I searched for a recipe that is opposite of the stereotypical vegetarian noodle meal. I stumbled upon Crock Pot Falafel and anticipated the unique, protein rich dinner would be devoured by my family. I spent a summer in Israel as a vegetarian teenager and lived on falafel (and Nutella).  I’ve unsuccessfully attempted other falafel recipes,... Read more »

Please Help Me Feed My Family

Please Help Me Feed My Family
The single most stressful part of my day is not my concern for my kids’ safety.  Not my worry to pay all of our bills on time.  No, the single most stressful part of my day is what to make for dinner. There are four factors that make this decision difficult. 1.  My husband eats... Read more »
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