My first teenage infatuation was a young Chinese artist and family friend, Fong Yiu Lee. He painted portraits and taught us to cook authentic Cantonese dishes. Egg Foo Yong is a favorite 5-minute breakfast, lunch, or dinner, with optional meat. It’s a great use for leftover veggies, and you won’t miss the sticky-sweet sauce.
By Jane Barthelemy. Fall comes on suddenly. One day it’s summer, then Labor Day, and bang! The chilly weather is here. This temperature change is a huge adjustment for the body, and it challenges our immune system. We get sniffles, colds and flus all too easily. School children bring home every kind of microbe imaginable, and the whole family
Turmeric Tea, called Golden Milk, is a delicious way to get your daily dose of turmeric. This spicy chai will warm your heart and stimulate vitality. Sweet potato latte is quicker to prepare and tastier than pumpkin. This homemade version is far healthier than store bought latte, as it’s free of dairy, sugar, GMO’s and chemicals.
Decadently wonderful, sensuously delicious. It’s hard to believe it’s healthy. Look at the 100% Paleo ingredients, unprocessed, low-carb. You be the judge. A brownie in a cup. Yes, baked in a cup. Just stir the ingredients together and bake. 20 minutes later, you’re in heaven.
A friend brought me some freshly picked cherries and raspberries. Whoa! That’s just begging for a tart! So I got out my tart pan, invented an easy grain-free dough, and here’s the result. Pitting the cherries was a labor of love. You can use frozen pitted cherries to save time. I happen to love freshly picked sour cherries