Health & Wellness

Garden Paella (Casserole)
This delicious rice dish is not only pretty, but nutritiously chock-full of vegetables and other good things! It's ideal for Spring. More »
Choose Fresh, Whole Foods
Camilla Saulsbury, author of 5 Easy Steps to Healthy Cooking, says to choose foods that are fresh and natural over refined, highly processed foods. Whenever possible, opt for local, seasonal, organic products. Whole foods are just what they sound like: foods that are unprocessed (or processed and... More »
Tumbled Tofu with Snow Peas and Toasted Walnuts
Coating tofu cubes 
in cornstarch before browning them creates a light golden, slightly crispy crust, a pleasing contrast to the mellow interior of each cube. This recipe produces 
lots of zesty sauce, so plan to serve it over 
a healthy rice or noodle. More »
Red Pepper Fettuccini (vegan)
This is a great weeknight Italian dinner recipe that makes even better leftovers. The peppers add sweetness while the cashews create the most luxurious, creamy sauce. 100% vegan! 100% guaranteed to wow your family and friends! More »
Pasta and Broccoli Gratin (diabetes-friendly)
A classic with a twist, this cheesy pasta dish is hearty enough for a main course. More »
Teriyaki Rice Noodles with Veggies and Beans
This is a variation on the noodle dish Pad Thai, but it uses beans as the protein instead of shrimp and chicken, which is the more usual combination. Teriyaki sauce is a favorite of children because of its sweet taste. Easy, comforting, healthy, and vegan friendly! More »
Raw & Gluten-free Pesto-Coated Carrot and Parsnip Fettuccini
This dish is a great way to get as many healthy ingredients into your body as possible without having to sacrifice any of the things you love. The softness of the root vegetables makes it reminiscent of traditional al dente pasta. More »
Fiesta Turkey Soup (diabetes-friendly)
Zucchini, corn, and the superstar beans are the major sources of fiber in this deliciously healthy, diabetes-friendly recipe. Comfort food at its best. More »
Seafood Chowder (diabetes-friendly)
'I adapted this recipe to use frozen fish and seafood, which is sometimes more readily available and less expensive than fresh. Using frozen fish, your soup will be cooked in half an hour. The soup is delicious the day you make it or next day. It also freezes well.' -Karen Graham More »
Gluten-Free Two-Bean Turkey Chili
This delicious chili, which has just a hint of heat, is perfect for a healthy dinner on a busy weeknight. Add a tossed green salad, sprinkled with shredded carrots. More »
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