One of my most cherished memories when I visit home (hi, Ohio) is spending time with my family in the kitchen cooking together. You know, as much as I love food, cooking is now literally part of my career and sometimes I forget the essence and the passion-factor cooking elicits. It’s a beautiful reminder of why I love cooking so much, it’s not just nourishing on a cellular level but …Read more
This recipe was fully inspired by a trip for work I had in NYC this past summer/fall. I met up with a gal pal from Glossier (Hey Eva!), and we chatted over one of the best meals I had in all my trips to NYC. It may sound a little crunchy, but it was from an organic macrobiotic restaurant in Soho called Souen. I had their Macro Plate and …Read more
First off, wow!
Yesterday I launched the Stripped Reset: A 21-Day Guide to Reset + Optimize Your Health. You guys were so excited about it that it crashed my site(s)! The power of the NS community is strong right haha, it was a good learning experience and I had to let go of the stress to just go with the flow. Great news though, obviously we’re back in action and stronger than ever …Read more
Congee. Oh congee. When I was in Thailand last year, I had this for breakfast every single day with piles of fresh tropical fruit on the side and I couldn’t get enough. Now that the weather here in Nashville is finally taking a turn for the cold (granted as I’m writing this today it’s 70!), my body craves naturally warming and cozy foods, especially to start the day with. Congee …Read more
NACHOS! If you think about it, nachos are traditionally full of healthy whole food ingredients – just altered and/or processed a bit more than we really need them to be. For example, lettuce, tomatoes, onions, beans, corn, avocado, cilantro, and some type of protein are typically part of an awesome nacho stack…BUT then they’re smothered in processed cheese and usually made with fried chips which is where we go really …Read more
In September, we chatted a lot about digestion and I wanted to chime in with an additional quick, simple recipe/tip to help improve digestion after meals with a simple Happy Belly Seed Mix. This mix is more like a booster to add to your daily diet to help improve digestion using herbs and spices more than it is a recipe. Think of it as a “supplement” to your diet that will help …Read more
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