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Beef Stew with Root Vegetables

Making a good stew should be considered a basic life skill. It’s simple, doesn’t require an exact recipe or set of ingredients, and the result is a nourishing, savory meal, all in one pot. Continue reading

10-Minute Roasted Chicken with Root Vegetables and Apples

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Honest, I timed myself – it took 10 minutes to prepare this meal, and that included a search for latex gloves to avoid pulling the gizzards out bare-handed (gotta say I love those latex gloves). Continue reading

Basic Korean Kimchi

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Now – RIGHT NOW, as in don’t waste another weekend! – is a beautiful time of year to visit your farmer’s market – the colors and smells are amazing! Piles of purple cauliflower, peppers in every color, bright pink, orange and yellow chard, squashes, pumpkins, root vegetables, and even a few precious hold-outs from the summer such as cucumbers, beans and tomatoes, if you’re lucky. This is the glorious last-hurrah of the growing season, and I am focused on collecting and storing as many of these nutritious foods as I can for the upcoming winter. This kimchi recipe is perfect for doing just that – you can find nearly every ingredient in your own garden or the farmer’s market right now (the exception may be the ginger root).

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Spiced Immune-Boosting Chicken Soup

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I’m so excited about this new recipe! I planned to make some home-made chicken soup to fight off a bad cold my husband had, but wanted to go above and beyond by adding in some immune-supporting, inflammation-reducing ingredients like ginger and turmeric.

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