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Tiger Nuts Lavender Scones & Organic Gemini Giveaway

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Lavendar Tigernut Scones

  When my mom and step-dad got married I remember as a nine-year old being sad that they were going to leave my sister and I for entire week while on their honeymoon. I found it quite rude that we weren’t invited. At the time we lived in Belgium, they were off to honeymoon in Spain and my great Aunt was in town from York, England with her friend to take care of us. The morning after the wedding I begrudgingly came down the stairs… Read More

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Roasted Carrot Soup & Horseradish Cream

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Roasted Carrot Soup with Horseradish Cream

When I first decided to make this I wanted flavors reminiscent of tomato soup. I know you may be thinking, what?? Carrots don’t exactly seem like they would work well for that type of experiment, but trust me they do. Growing up I was not fond of chicken noodle soup, despised “cream of” anything and generally the only canned item of any kind that I liked were asparagus and I’m pretty sure that’s because they were super salty (I love that). However, tomato soup was… Read More

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Ginger Whipped Coconut Cream With Pomegranates

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Ginger Whipped Coconut with Pomegranates

Pomegranates have been used for centuries to represent fertility, abundance, unity and love. It’s complexity, the tiny sweet pods between fleshy membrane and sweet and sour tartness of each seed make the fruit alluring. Interestingly pomegranates seeds are full of antioxidant properties, healing vitamins, minerals and immune supporting benefits.  Behind the rich red skin lies the bursting granules of deliciousness. Similar with a coconut, you don’t know what’s inside or how to eat it without bursting it open to see for yourself. With it’s tempting… Read More

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Anti-Inflammatory Turmeric Chicken Salad

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Turmeric Chicken Salad

Confession: I’ve never liked chicken salad, ever. Really, the idea of the traditional version of  mixing chicken with mayonnaise, boiled eggs, celery and sometimes even grapes offers no appealing factor to me. So it was something that I wasn’t going miss when I no longer used eggs regularly. However, I do like the idea of chicken salad. The portable way it’s thrown into lettuce cups and the accessibility of using leftover chicken that you have in the fridge. That is what inspired me to create… Read More