One of our Food for Life participants brought this delicious dish to one of our pot luck gatherings. It is simply out of this world. The seasonings are melt in your mouth scrumptious, and transport you to warm, cozy, Autumn and winter days. The original recipe was from Williams-Sonoma, but had been adapted by someone - unsure as to whom!!! Whoever created it - thank you!
This comes from Jim Morris Hicks' daughter-in-law, Lisa, who also embraces healthy whole foods, plant based meals. Apparently, this recipe came from a good friend of Lisa's. You see how these recipes makes the circuit!
I just love Brussels Sprouts. A member of the cruciferous family, these delightful, often forgotten veggies, are loaded with absorbable calcium and fiber.
Another great holiday recipe from Chef AJ. Check her out on Facebook!
These delicious potatoes come from Julie Marie at www.plantpurity.com. I met Julie Marie in Naples at Linda Berson's Green Nosh. She's committed to spreading the message of healthy, healing foods. The only change I made was using almond instead of soy milk.
- Baked Butternut Squash
Bombay Peas and Potatoes
(A tasty dish from one of our monthly Green Nosh gatherings.) If you're a curry lover, this one's for you!
CHERRY TOMATO AND YELLOW SQUASH CRUMBLE
(Another tasty dish from one of our Green Noshers!)
Homemade Applesauce - I learned this from my German sister-in-law.
Thanks, Lorraine M. (cooking class participant), for sharing this recipe.
Champ hails from across the pond to the beautiful, mystical and magical country of Ireland!
Quinoa is an ancient grain, once the mainstay of the Inca civilization. It has the most protein of all the grains.