Luscious summer salad feast! With fresh salad green and edible flowers, looks like a delicious party in every bite. You can add feta or chevre, edamame, sauteed tempeh hemp seeds, or marinated beans and pasta are some quick and easy sources of vegetarian and vegan proteins. Continue reading →
August 22, 2019 CHICOPEE, Mass. (Mass Appeal TV, NBC affiliate) – You can preserve the taste of summer herbs by infusing them into organic virgin olive oil. Leslie Cerier, “The Organic Gourmet” personal chef, cooking teacher and cookbook author teaches us how it is done.
Organic Vegetable and Cheese Omelette with edible flowers. A summer treat for brunch made with fresh organic kale, thyme, marjoram, nasturtiums and borage flowers from my garden. Bunching onions & yellow summer squash from my organic CSA, the Brookfield Farm; grass raised organic eggs and goat feta from the Amherst Farmers Market, and from my birthday lunch yesterday from my daughter, Michelle and our local coop, some incredible goat cheese from Vermont. All these ingredients plus lots of love and slow cooking take this over the top. Savor and enjoy every delicious bite!
On my way to the back fields of my CSA, the Brookfield Farm in Amherst, MA. With basket in hand, I am going berry picking with my daughter Emily. Lots of fun to be together gathering. Fun in the sun. Mother daughter love. Beautiful sunny, hot, summer day. Yummy time together in the berry patch at the organic lush farm. Continue reading →
I do a lot of coaching and teaching about eating your way to strong bones. Yet, it is summer and organic tomatoes and eggplant are in season. Here is how I create/cook up balance. When I blend the cooked eggplant, I add garlic, plenty of parsley, some raw, calcium rich and alkalzing tahini, and also season the dip with alkalizing umeboshi vinegar. Lemon and sea salt would also be fine. Also, as you can see from the photo, serving the baba ganoush with greens also add to our calcium, and yellow tomatoes tend to be lower in acid the the red ones. The red tomatoes posed for the photo. And the nasturtium flowers adds to the YUM! Continue reading →