Category Archives: Baking

An Ode to Cast Iron

This time of year, there’s a distinct need for extra warmth. A hot cup of soup, a steaming bowl of stew, a perfectly roasted chicken; all of these can get their start in a sturdy, cast iron cooking vessel. These … Continue reading

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Saving Money while Eating Well

“Every time you enter a grocery store, you’re being marketed to. There are free samples, bright colors, enticing aromas and lots of noise – all designed to steer you away from the path of best nutrition. The more often you … Continue reading

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My Argument FOR a Nutritional Approach to Multiple Sclerosis

When I was diagnosed with MS, my doctors immediately asked me one question: “Which medication will you be using?” This is a major element of MS culture. Back then, in 2000, it was the ABC drugs; Avonex, Betaseron and Copaxone. … Continue reading

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The other half of the squash and other stories…

We are smack dab in the middle of my favorite culinary season, and my kitchen has been an exciting place to be! With the addition of the mustards and Barbeque sauce I got at Artisanal LA, I’ve been having a … Continue reading

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Autumnal Baking and Other Treats

Leftovers ROCK. With the leftover eggplant, zucchini and bell peppers, I was able to create a couple tasty pizza meals; check out this His n Hers Pizza… Both sides of this pie are topped with bell peppers, onions and zucchini. … Continue reading

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