Healthy Recipes

Veggie Burrito Bowl

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Featured Recipe - January 27th Healthy Kids Corner Radio Show We played the song "Veggie Luv" on the Healthy Kids Corner Radio Show on KDPI.  We promised a veggie recipe that you will "Luv".  Here you go! You can download the recipes as a PDF file in either English  or Spanish. … [Read more...]

Festive Turkey Sliders

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If you are looking to feed a diverse crowd (think adults AND children eating from the same menu), Festive Turkey Sliders might be your ticket.  We made these recently in advance of an "after party" at our home when a few families came over to eat following a holiday performance.   I was to attend the performance, so I needed to have something warm and delicious ready upon our … [Read more...]

Winter Greens with Citrus Dressing

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This is a wonderful side dish for the winter months when you crave just a little more color and zest.  Grab the best and freshest greens you can find (we can still get some from our greenhouse here in January, which is amazing!) and make this dressing: Ingredients: 1/4 cup fresh orange juice 2 T fresh lime juice 2 T fresh lemon juice 2 T rice wine vinegar 2 T … [Read more...]

Vegetable Lentil Soup with Poached Egg

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A Guest Post by Julia Goodhouse.  Re-printed from original post dated January 15, 2013. When traveling to other countries it always surprises me how different the breakfast are from our standard American fare: grilled vegetables, baked beans, stir fry and soups are common breakfast foods.   Why not try something different in the New Year? Happy 2015! Vegetable Lentil … [Read more...]

Birthday Moroccan Stew

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Re-printed from original post dated January 3rd, 2012. Gluten-free/Dairy-free! My daughter’s birthday is on new Year’s Eve, and she turned ELEVEN this year!  We are having a big party for her next weekend, but for “her night” she wanted to have a friend sleepover and have a special dinner.  One of Elena’s favorite foods is garbanzo beans/chickpeas, so I starting planning … [Read more...]

Miso and Greens Soup

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Gluten-free/dairy-free/nut-free.  I have previously mentioned Julia's Miso and Greens Soup, and I didn't want to keep you waiting.  So here is the recipe-- enjoy! 3 Tablespoons olive oil 2 small sweet onions chopped, or 1 small sweet onion and 3 leeks (white part only) chopped 2 to 4 cloves of garlic (depending on your love of garlic) chopped 6 cups chicken stock 2 cups … [Read more...]

Julia’s Carrot and Orange Soup

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Here is another amazing recipe from my dear friend Julia.  She fed this to a group of women that ooed and ahed over this amazing soup that is just perfect for a cold autumn or winter day.  The fennel, carrot and orange combination is amazing, and the spices she used were fun and new to me. Adapted from: Homemade With Love by Jennifer Perillo Serves … [Read more...]

Holiday Beet Hummus

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It is almost the holidays, and I have a recipe to share with you thanks to my dear friend Julia Goodhouse. She is one of the best cooks I've ever had the pleasure of knowing, and she cooked (a lot!) for me during my recent visit to Chicago. Thank you Julia!! She put this beautiful beet hummus together for a crowd of gals, and we were all astonished by the beautiful color— so … [Read more...]

Julia’s Fall Applesauce

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Last Fall when I was in Chicago visiting family and friends, I found myself visiting my dear friend Julia quite often.  We'd hang out in her kitchen talking while she whipped up amazing food almost effortlessly (well, that was the way it looked to me).  She had prepared a tenderloin for dinner that night, and her husband and son said, "we have to have the applesauce with it!" … [Read more...]

Veggie Burgers

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As part of the Food Unit at Community School, 8th grade students learn about the food chain, food's impact on the environment, and how each and every one of us "votes with our fork" several times a day in the world of food economics.  After watching the film Cowspiracy, many of the kids wanted to explore other options for burgers besides ground meat.  So the students called on … [Read more...]