When you’re thinking about what changes to make to your eating habits, it can feel confusing (where to begin), overwhelming (what should I eat?) or both. There are a lot of places you can start that can helpful, and today I’m going to highlight one….
Sugar is everywhere these days. In the obvious things, like cookies and donuts, and in the not-so obvious things, like bacon and marinara sauce. …
It’s time to pull things back to the other side of the spectrum. The holidays are wrapping up, and I’ll be honest, I indulged some. It wasn’t crazy, but it definitely hasn’t been my usual meals or snacks. I’ve had food that I know I only enjoy once or twice a year, so I let any judge-y voices yammering in my head get blocked out by just being in a moment….
This one goes out to rice. For most of my life, white rice was in almost every dinner I made or was served. Before moving to college, I witnessed my family go through about 3 to 4 rice cookers. I find a comfort in white rice; it’s glistening fluffiness reminds me of a welcome meal when my stomach wasn’t feeling well, big family events at our favorite, now no longer Chinese restaurant, and home. The wonder of sushi later got added to that list in college….
Making this recipe for you helped me out tremendously in such an unexpected way….
Despite the abnormally hot weather here, I have been craving soup. Soup season is around the corner, and I know that I’m craving the simplicity of soup. Soup, especially Red Pepper Soup, is pretty uncomplicated. You cut up some peppers, onions, and garlic, and you saute them. And then, when the time is right, they simmer with some broth until they’re ready to be blended and mixed with some coconut milk. Not a lot of ingredients or time is needed to make this recipe, giving you some time back to enjoy a quiet moment with some soup….