Annie

Fall Root Veggies

Root Vegetables Mother Nature is now moving sugars from leaves into the ground, i.e. roots, for winter storage. In the Northeast, October is a prime month to harvest and enjoy these […]

An Old Favorite with a Healthy Twist

This goulash is made with more veggies than the traditional versions and I’ve substituted rice pasta for wheat. New Fashion Goulash Serves 4 1 lb. ground turkey 2 baby bok […]

Coconut Blueberry Pancakes (grainless)

These are lightest when you give the batter time to rest before adding baking powder and blueberries. You won’t believe they’re grainless—enjoy! In a small bowl whisk together:  ¼ c. […]

Easy Peach Pie (gluten-free)

A friend and I were watching Martha Stewart whip out a couple of delectable looking peach pies recently and I vowed to create a version that my low sugar, gluten-free […]

June is called “dairy month”, due to quickly growing high protein pastures, known to produce an abundance of milk in dairy animals. Considering all the problems caused by dairy allergies and […]

Oxalic Acid, Friend or Foe?

Oxalic acid, or oxalate, (C2H2O4) is found in a great variety of foods.  It’s an organic acid which binds w minerals to either make them unavailable or form kidney stones–perhaps […]