Archive For November, 2010

Big Announcment Tomorrow!

I’ve got a big announcement coming at you TOMORROW morning!  (P.S.  If you are reading this in your feed reader, and it’s December 1st right now, then the announcement has already been made and you better scoot on over to my website and check it out!!) Print this blog post

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Red Lentils With Cabbage

Red Lentils With CabbageMakes 4 Servings 1 1/4 cups red split lentils, washed until water is clear and drained well5 cups filtered water1 tsp ground turmeric5 Tbsp coconut oil2 tsp ground cumin 4 cloves garlic, peeled and finely chopped1 onion, peeled and cut into fine slices3 cups organic cabbage, finely shredded1 hot green chili pepper,…

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Quinoa Apple Salad

Nicole, this one’s for you!  Everyone else, enjoy!  :) Quinoa Apple SaladServes 4 1/4 cup raw almonds1 cup quinoa2 cups filtered water1 Tbsp shallot, minced1 tsp curry powder1/4 tsp sea salt2 Tbsp fresh lemon juiceFreshly ground pepper, to taste2 Tbsp olive oil1 Granny Smith apple, diced thin1/4 cup loosely packed fresh mint leaves, chopped 1.) …

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Happy Thanksgiving!

Happy Thanksgiving, Healing Cuisine fans!  Hope you are all enjoying the holiday.  I’m sure many of you are up cooking in the kitchen already this morning.  Dave and I will not be with family this year, unfortunately.  But we are still giving thanks for all God has done in our lives so far!  I am…

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Pumpkin Chili

Hope you will enjoy this chili — another spin-off of the classic.  The pumpkin gives it an initial sweetness when it hits your tongue, but kick it up with chili, cayenne, cumin and black pepper.  Feel free to throw in a jalapeno or two if you wish.  You may also exchange some of the beans…

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The Holidays are here – now what do I eat?

COUNTDOWN TO THANKSGIVING & CHRISTMAS Do you ever ask yourself this question?  The holidays are here, now what?  This was my inspiration for creating Season’s Eatings, my holiday e-book modeled around the Maximized Living Nutrition Plans.  Within its pages you’ll find 62 Core Plan recipes, 46 Advanced Plan recipes (view the recipe list), advice on…

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Kombucha Smoothie

Kombucha SmoothieServes 1 3/4 cup raw Kombucha tea (plain or flavored, your choice)1/2 cup filtered water5-6 frozen organic strawberries (or handful of organic frozen blueberries/raspberries/blackberries)2-4 frozen organic kale leaves1 orange, peeled (omit if Advanced Plan)1 pinch of spoonable stevia (optional) Blend all ingredients until smooth and serve. I haven’t tried this with protein powder yet,…

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download Season’s Eatings e-Book today!

WATCH!  I’m making Pumpkin Pie Cheesecake from my holiday e-book, Season’s Eatings.  The book is full of grain-free, sugar-free, gluten-free, dairy-free, holiday inspired recipes that follow the Maximized Living Nutrition Plans.  I am calling the book a menu planner because there are 62 recipes total included in the book, and I certainly don’t expect you…

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One Pot Wonders: Chicken and Dumpling Soup

I wanted to close out this week of One Pot Wonders with a real comfort dish, and if this isn’t it then I don’t know what is!  It’s Chicken and Dumpling Soup, Maximized Living Advanced Plan style.  You can still enjoy bread, dumplings, biscuits, cake, etc, on the Advanced Plan — you just have to…

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One Pot Wonders: Salmon Casserole

One Pot Wonders: Salmon Casserole

This casserole is quite yummy, a real comfort dish.  It reminds me of Lent, really the only time of year my family ate fish growing up.  My mom made a tuna version of this from a Hamburger Helper box.  It tasted so good, but was so bad for us.  After all, it was loaded with…

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