Greek Salad with Spiralized Cucumbers

Since this is my second spiralizer recipe in a week, I must admit I’m a bit addicted. I go through phases where I don’t use it for a month, then use it every day for a week. There’s no in-between! This time, I decided to re-vamp one of my all time favorite salads, the delicious Greek Salad….

Brazilian Shrimp Soup

These past few weeks have slowly begun to look like spring. The trees are blossoming with little pink flowers, there’s usually around an hour of sunlight per day (followed by 9 hours of misty rain…it’s still Seattle), and the daylight lasts a little longer into the evening. It’s got me excited for the upcoming warmer…

Homemade Chicken Broth

Bone broths are a goldmine of healing properties: Gut healing – Bone broths are rich in gelatin, which seals up holes in your digestive tract (ulcers, holes in your intestines, leaky gut syndrome). Additionally, they contain the amino acid L-glutamine, which specifically reduces gut inflammation. Bone broths also normalize stomach acid, which is helpful for…

Spring Greens & Citrus Salad

I tried this salad reluctantly at one of my favorite restaurants, Duke’s Chowderhouse, and was unsure how I would feel about the unique combination of toppings. I have never been a fruit-in-salad kind of person…until I had this. It may sound like a strange recipe to those of you who, like me, are wary of…

Clam Chowder

It is almost criminal to live in Seattle and not like clam chowder. I love how the warm and flavorful soup makes me feel on a rainy day. I had always expected clam chowder to be difficult to make, so I just went to restaurants whenever I had a craving, which was often. It was…

Greek Lemon Chicken Soup

I have a deep love for Greek food, and this is probably my all time favorite recipe. I am so excited to share it! I make it year round, even when it’s too hot outside to be typical soup weather. The rich lemon flavor makes it just as refreshing on a hot day as it…