Healthy Recipes

Tea Braised Carrots

Post sponsored by Stash Tea. See below for more details. There are endless amount of beautiful whole carrot dishes floating around the internet with good reason. Carrots, properly cooked, develop a little more of their sweetness and have a perfect soft texture (without being mushy). These braised carrots are cooked in a smoky lapsang souchong […]

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Holiday Yogurt Dip with Pomegranate

Are you in denial that it’s the holidays? You’re not alone; every year it seems to sneak up on us! If you’re looking for a simple holiday party appetizer, we’ve got your back. This dip is Alex’s brainchild; thickened Greek yogurt (called labneh), sprinkled with pomegranate seeds, bright yellow olive oil, and sage. Thickening the yogurt overnight makes […]

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PUMPKIN PIE TART

Well that didn’t turn out how I thought it would. I was so excited yesterday – grateful that at one point in history women weren’t considered important or intelligent enough to even vote and now one may be president! That is huge. But today, feeling pretty disappointed that he is the best we could come up […]

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Pumpkin Miso Broth with Soba

Danes are not big pumpkin eaters. Carrots, sure. Cabbage, indeed. Potatoes, definitely. But even though they seem to have caught on to the Halloween jack-o-lantern carving thing, actually consuming pumpkins is not high on their list. Just last week I was at the grocery store and saw a display of huge spaghetti squash on clearance, […]

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Professional Series 750 Vitamix Giveaway!

Update (Oct 19/16): We had a whopping 1780 entrants for the Vitamix contest. Amazing! The winner is Instagram user Allymom2many, who made the all-purpose cheese sauce. Ally please email your complete mailing address to contests2016@ohsheglows.com by October 26, 2016 to claim your prize. Thank you to everyone who entered!  Hello, beeeee-u-tiful. Oh man, am I excited for […]

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Carrot Habanero Hot Sauce

I have a piece in the new issue of Darling Magazine this month. I was asked to write a rosy-cheeked take on family dinners––their evolution from youth to adulthood, tradition, nostalgia, how the act of gathering around a table “transcends the act of dining as a means to an end.” I was feeling OK but […]