Posts Tagged: greens

Whole 30 compliant Sunshine Kale Salad with eggs, avocado, and pomegranate

Sunshine Kale Salad

Two years ago I totally fell in love with kale as a cooked green, so last year I planted two different varieties of kale in my garden and added the wonderful, nutritious green to many one-pot meals. I can’t believe

Whole 30 compliant Sunshine Kale Salad with eggs, avocado, and pomegranate

Sunshine Kale Salad

Two years ago I totally fell in love with kale as a cooked green, so last year I planted two different varieties of kale in my garden and added the wonderful, nutritious green to many one-pot meals. I can’t believe

December Greenhouse Report

Five weeks ago on a spring-like November day I introduced you to our $100 greenhouse. This was what my garden looked like then: Since then most of our days have been in the 30’s and 40’s (Fahrenheit) with nights usually

December Greenhouse Report

Five weeks ago on a spring-like November day I introduced you to our $100 greenhouse. This was what my garden looked like then: Since then most of our days have been in the 30’s and 40’s (Fahrenheit) with nights usually

Growing cool-weather greens during the winter.

My $100 Greenhouse

I have to say, there is nothing quite like springtime in November, and that’s the kind of weather we had today in Maine. It was glorious, and I spent the better part of my morning puttering in and around my

Growing cool-weather greens during the winter.

My $100 Greenhouse

I have to say, there is nothing quite like springtime in November, and that’s the kind of weather we had today in Maine. It was glorious, and I spent the better part of my morning puttering in and around my

Roasted Cauliflower and Arugula Salad

This is a quick post to tell you about the salad I had last night and again today for lunch (with a twist).  I found this recipe on a blog called “eat life whole” and in keeping with the most

Roasted Cauliflower and Arugula Salad

This is a quick post to tell you about the salad I had last night and again today for lunch (with a twist).  I found this recipe on a blog called “eat life whole” and in keeping with the most

Add a salad to your diet every day!

Week Nine – A Salad a Day!

Two months ago I introduced 52 Weeks of Health with Week One – Power up with Powerful Vegetables. How are you doing with that one? Are you able to work leafy greens into your daily meal plan? Well, this week’s

Add a salad to your diet every day!

Week Nine – A Salad a Day!

Two months ago I introduced 52 Weeks of Health with Week One – Power up with Powerful Vegetables. How are you doing with that one? Are you able to work leafy greens into your daily meal plan? Well, this week’s

Bowl of creamy chicken-kale soup with mushrooms and vegetables

Creamy Chicken – Kale Soup

Remember to follow me on Facebook! Hang around long enough and you will learn that, to me, healthy does not mean low-fat, it means low-carb. Keep reading this blog and perhaps you will give me a chance to convince you

Bowl of creamy chicken-kale soup with mushrooms and vegetables

Creamy Chicken – Kale Soup

Remember to follow me on Facebook! Hang around long enough and you will learn that, to me, healthy does not mean low-fat, it means low-carb. Keep reading this blog and perhaps you will give me a chance to convince you

Ideas for Increasing Your Green Vegetables

This post applies to Week One of 52 Weeks of Health. How are you doing on increasing the intake of leafy green vegetables? Do you need some ideas for easy ways to accomplish this?  Try some of these ideas, but

Ideas for Increasing Your Green Vegetables

This post applies to Week One of 52 Weeks of Health. How are you doing on increasing the intake of leafy green vegetables? Do you need some ideas for easy ways to accomplish this?  Try some of these ideas, but