Tag: Garlic

Sautéed Dandelion Greens

I live in dandelion central. As soon as the weather turned warm, every yard in my neighborhood was so covered in dandelions that at a glance up or down the street, yellow was the first color that caught your eye. It was beautiful. In my own yard and in the flower garden I haven’t been able to work in yet, dandelions are growing at an amazing rate. So, I decided to try out this eating weeds thing.

These are SO good for you. I had no idea until I ran the nutritional analysis. Look at the bottom of the post here and see all of the amazing nutrition that you can find in a handful of weeds you can pick out of your own yard.

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Italian Ground Beef Skillet

This is a quick pasta sauce that every member of our family will love. The kale is a wonderful source of vitamins A, C, and K, as well as omega 3 and omega 6. You can use any kind of pasta you want when making this dish. It takes very little time to make, and using grass-fed beef and organic vegetables it’s still barely $3 per person.

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Crockpot Ratatouille

I’d never made Ratatouille before, but my friend Jen (who has posted recipes here for me before) often does and I know her family likes it. As I was preparing the vegan menu last week for our Daniel Fast, Ratatouille came to mind and I decided to give it a go. This was an amazing recipe. The flavors are so fresh. There’s something specific about the layering of the veggies and the order in which you layer them that makes the dish so good. We served it over brown rice, but you could serve it alone, over pasta, over bread – anything, really.

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Zucchini Ribbons with Parmesan Sauce

I found this recipe while reading a book called The Reluctant Entertainer. As soon as I read it, I have been waiting for an opportunity to make it. I love the concept of making noodle strips out of zucchini. This was absolutely delicious. The perfect accompaniment to the steak with which we enjoyed them.

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Comforting Herbal Broth

As much as we try, it’s not always possible to completely avoid the cold or flu some seasons. This broth will provide you with some herbal comfort when you’re ill. It’s flavorful, warming, and packed with vitamins that will help your body battle whatever bug has bitten you.

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