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Zucchini Lentil Bolognese Lasagna

There aren’t many things better in the world than pasta.I crave any and every kind on a daily basis, but with the blaring summer months upon us, a big bowl of carbs isn’t always *gasp* what makes me feel best. That was the impetus for this creation — swap traditional lasagna noodles for a beautiful, […]

Carrot Bacon

That’s right, people: CARROT BACON. And before all of you, ‘Heaven-is-paved-with-bacon’ people get your panties in a bunch, just know this isn’t meant to BE bacon, but a pretty damn tasty replacement for those who would like to eat less meat or are vegetarian. My seventy eight-year-old Nebraska born father was recently given strict doctors […]

Pickled Peach Summer Salad

  Pickled Peaches for the Win! Summer is in full effect and this blaring heat calls for refreshing salads. I whipped up yesterday after scoring a bounty of ripe peaches. What’s better than straight up peaches — pickled peaches! It adds the perfect tang and acidity to a crunchy, salty, and sweet salad. Enjoy!   […]

Unicorn Cauliflower Salad

  Salad at the End of the Rainbow Unicorns seem to be all the rage these days. Unicorn onsies. Unicorn toast (not to be confused with Mermaid toast). Unicorn lattes (yes people … they’re real! Served up in Brooklyn at The End). So I got to thinking … what about Unicorn … salad? True. Unicorn […]

Quinoa Egg Power Bites

 *Preheat oven to 350°     This recipe, along with many others, can be found in my book, Aim True. Photo: Lesley Unruh Styling: Cynthia Groseclose

Homemade Guacamole with Dan Churchill

  I recently had the privilege (and absolute blast) to create and play with the amazing Australian chef, Dan Churchill. We enjoyed a glorious day in DUMBO at the Brooklyn Bridge Park, and whipped up three of his simple dips perfect for sporting weekends. We filmed two videos, one on his YouTube page and the […]

Quinoa Kale Tabbouleh

  MAKES 4 SERVINGS When I was growing up, my mother used to make tabbouleh, and I remember thinking it was “icky healthy food.” I’ve since realized that tabbouleh can be phenomenal. This recipe is high in flavor and nutrition, replacing bulgur wheat with gluten-free and protein-packed quinoa. Dig in!   Quinoa Kale Tabbouleh   […]

Zucchini Pizza Crust With Lemony Pea Pesto

    Nutrition Stripped: 100 Whole-Food Recipes Made Deliciously Simple     If you’re not following McKell Hill’s Instagram page, you absolutely must. It is eye candy for the belly, and a stunning collection of inspiration for anyone inspired by health, wellness, and a delicious meal. Hill is about to release her new book, Nutrition […]

Superbowl Baked Buffalo Cauliflower Bites

      GAME TIME!! Superbowl Sunday. The mecca for delicious and not even remotely healthy food. If you can pop it, dip it, scoop it—game on. We all deserve to indulge, but the problem for me is paying the price afterwards. It always seems like a good idea, until my digestive system throws down […]

Vegan Chocolate Coconut Ice Cream

I would happily eat ice cream everyday for the rest of my life. If I could deal with dairy. But I can’t, which used to make me incredibly sad. So sad that the ice cream maker that arrived as a wedding present last year almost seemed like a cruel joke. That is, until I decided […]