Monthly Archives: April 2016

Alex’s Corn Relish

Today’s guest blogger is Alex VerVynck, a colleague and friend from Midwestern University, where we have an awesome wellness program and lots of creative cooks. Take it away, Alex! When my buddy and colleague Robin asked me to be a … Continue reading

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Simple, Snacking Dilly Green Beans

For the longest time, I thought chilled dilly beans were a garnish in a Bloody Mary or part of a relish tray. I also had this strange idea that they had to be canned (something I don’t do). Then I … Continue reading

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Rainbow Soup

I think it was Andrew Weil, M.D. who coined the phrase “eating across the color spectrum.” If we eat a variety of foods each day and include red, orange, yellow, purple (or even blue), and green in our daily diets, … Continue reading

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Roasted Cabbage Wedges with Caesar Dressing

A few months ago, a friend sent me a recipe for roasted cabbage wedges with a Dijon-onion sauce. Roasting brings out the finest notes in any vegetable, in my opinion. But I decided that my homemade Caesar dressing would be … Continue reading

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Lettuce Wraps in a Savory Asian Sauce

If I had to choose one meal to eat every day, other than pizza, it would be P.F. Chang’s Lettuce Wraps. When I’ve tried to replicate them at home, I have used a bottled hoisin sauce or Trader Joe’s Soyaki … Continue reading

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