This recipe was inspired by the famous Indian dish Aloo Gobi and Hetals’ Indian Cauliflower recipe on Allrecipes.com Ingredients 1 large head cauliflower 4 tablespoons high quality coconut oil 2 1/4 teaspoons curry powder 1/2 yellow onion, chopped 1 teaspoon mustard seeds 1 cup tomatoes, pureed 2 cloves garlic, minced 1 teaspoon fresh ginger, grated 1/4 teaspoonContinue reading “Birthday Cauliflower Recipe”
Today is “black Friday” because big stores make a lot of cold hard cash today. Occupy Black Friday and support local businesses all weekend to show you really care about your community!
Photo by David Burch of PhotoMe123 (www.flickr.com/photos/dburch012000/5486652178/)
Another awesome photo by the very talented D Sharon Pruitt of Pink Sherbet Photography. This photo is a great reminder to drink plenty of fluids!
In the past, O’Hare was known as one of the worlds busiest and dreariest airports, but it seems to be making efforts to improve in terms of customer satisfaction and sustainability, as it is home to the first vertical garden inside an airport! The aeroponic towers grow the plants without dirt, using nutrients from mistContinue reading “Urban Garden grows food inside O’Hare Airport, Chicago, IL”
Today’s photo is by D Sharon Pruitt of Pink Sherbert Photography. Her amazing, inspiring photostream is accessibIe on Flikr.
Dear Syrah: I have now heard from several people that a good way to balance digestive and acid reflux problems is by taking RAW UNFILTERED apple cider vinegar. Problem cases should take 1 tbsp in 5oz water in morning, noon and night. It is also supposed to help with weight loss. I’m thinking about incorporatingContinue reading “Ask the RD: Apple Cider Vinegar for Acid Reflux?”
You’ve heard the phrase “Make Half Your Grains Whole”, meaning that the average American should be eating about 6 servings of grains per day, half of them consisting of whole grains. Have you ever wondered how to make this happen for you and your family? The USDA has some great ideas to get started. The problemContinue reading “Choosing whole grain bread in the supermarket”
As the last scrumptious jars of Green Goddess Organics Heirloom Tomatoes disappear from my shelves I am reminded of the misty fresh sea air in Monterey. Last fall, just before moving back east, my buddies Katie, Robin, Gerick and I canned a heaping pile of the most juicy ripe tomatoes we could find to carryContinue reading “Canning Green Goddess Organics Heirloom Tomatoes in Monterey, CA”