Tag Archives: Health

Organic Vegetarian Soups

Sweet Potato and Black Bean Chili with Tomatillos

Organic Farm to Table Vegetarian Soups for All Seasons using Local, Seasonal, Organic Ingredients

As a Personal Chef, I partner with many local organic farms to insure that my dishes are made with only the freshest and tastiest ingredients available. I specialize in organic vegetarian farm to table cuisine. Many options are also vegan, and gluten-free. Delicious Food as Medicine also available. Continue reading

Soups for All Seasons

Organic , Vegam. deliciousCoconut Curried Red Lentil Soup with Spinach

As the seasons change to cooler temperatures here in New England, I am making hearty, organic, vegetarian and vegan soups for myself as well as my personal chef clients.

Here is a  partial list of main course and first course soups, I am making these days with the local, organic harvest of vegetables, herbs, and spices. All for health and pleasure! Continue reading

Fruit Smoothies, YUM!

In hot weather, I love making fruit smoothies for breakfast. Using chia seeds, hemp seeds and cashews for a vegan smoothie gives me great energy and stamina for hours. Great Vegan protein, too! Chia seeds and Hemp seeds are both a complete proteins and offer lots of Omega fatty acids, fiber and anti-oxidants 

Sometimes , I like to make my smoothies with grass raised organic yogurt. Goat, sheep and cow yogurts are my preference. Continue reading

Savoring Life, Luscious Cooking for Health and Pleasure

July 15, 11AM-3PM Savoring Life, Luscious Cooking for Health and Pleasure; Hands On Cooking Class with Leslie Cerier; Shutesbury, MASavory Life, Luscious Cooking for Health and Pleasure July 15

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Vegetarian Eating for Extreme Fitness

Shoveling to the shed took about an hourLiving in New England, the produce I eat changes with the seasons and so does my fitness routines in nature. I like to joke that my front yard is my own gym. Splitting wood and hiking on the trails out my back door in the fall and spring. Organic gardening in spring, summer and fall, while nibbling on fresh greens, berries and edible flowers. Winter can mean snow shoveling, cross country skiing, snow shoeing or hiking. Long simmering stews, roasted vegetables from my local organic farm. Summer always means long distance swimming in nearby clean water ponds, and eating my way to my secret spot , snacking on hand fulls of wild raspberries and blackberries adds to the fun. Continue reading