Prep Time: 1 hourCook Time: 20 minsYield: 8 burger patties Pan fry, bake or on the grill, these sweet and spicy veggie burgers are both vegan and gluten free. For best results, prepare the burger mixture in advance and let it chill in the refrigerator at least an hour or overnight. Serve as traditional burgers, top a salad or … Continue reading Sweet Potato & Black Bean Veggie Burgers
I am sure she would have given it to us, but I have vivid summer memories of sneaking into my best friend's aunt's garden and coming out with stalks of her rhubarb, of which she had tons, to dip into sugar and eat by the side of the road. Oh my! I don't know what … Continue reading Strawberry Rhubarb Compote
Found everywhere and often treated a weed, Dandelions are natures body cleanser. The leaves, flowers and roots are all edible, tasty and fantastically nutritious! Among other health benefits, they support relief from liver disorders, acne and anemia and are good for supporting weight loss, skin care and maintaining bone health. Dandelion Greens have a spicy, peppery flavor and … Continue reading Dandelions
Scroll down below to find the Irish Soda Muffins... Hamantashen Hamantashen, the classic Purim cookies, are eagerly awaited by everyone young and old. They are versatile and can be made from a good sweet yeast dough, flaky dough or from a traditional cookie dough. The fillings can be mixed and matched. Prune butter and poppy seed are … Continue reading Fun March Madness Recipes!
This refreshingly beautiful salad gives us a colorful promise on the grayest of winter days! Adapted from a William-Sonoma recipe, the contrast of the sweetness from the oranges, the anise from the fennel and the pepper from the arugula, the combination is delightful. I added the walnuts for a little extra fat and protein. This has quickly … Continue reading Fennel & Blood Orange Salad
It is so tasty and satisfying, high in protein and loaded with good fats, this Chick Pea Salad will amaze and delight all your taste buds! Using mostly fresh and simple ingredients, it is quick and inexpensive to make. Use your imagination and develop your own recipe, using this one as a base. Use it for your … Continue reading New Year’s Chick Pea Salad
Food prepping can be the greatest experience for a family to stay on a healthy path or the most daunting. It just depends on your point of view when faced with the task. Take the overwhelm out of the task of preparing meals or snacks in advance with a few organizational techniques and finding those … Continue reading Back-To-School Food Prep Ideas
Ingredients 2 vegan whole wheat, spinach, carrot or spring roll wraps 1/2 cup diced red peppers 1/2 cup diced yellow pepper 1/2 cup diced red cabbage 2 large carrots, peeled 2 tbsp Your favorite hummus 2 tbsp raw, unsalted sunflower seeds or use any raw seeds of your choice Instructions Heat wraps … Continue reading Mostly Raw Summer Rolls
Really? We are not perfect, and that's OK! If you have ever thought that you will start a new diet when you finish X, or you'll start your new painting when your studio is cleaned, or you'll clean your closet on the next rainy day, those are just excuses we tell ourselves to avoid doing … Continue reading Your Road Map To Success Begins With Imperfection!
The 24th Annual Old Time Burrillville Family Fun Fair Stillwater Mill Center, Tinkham Lane, Harrisville, RI June 20th (rain date June 27th) 10a - 2p The Old Time Family Fun Fair will feature traditional fair activities and games with an old fashioned twist! There will be a Blood Drive by the RI Blood Center and … Continue reading Old Time Burrillville Family Fun Fair