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Pumpkin Strata

Served up for Thanksgiving brunch, this cheesy, savory, heavenly delight is comfort food that will impress. Continue reading

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Pumpkin Love: Poetry in a Pie

Pumpkin is a power food – full of fiber and rich with antioxidants to keep you young and vibrant. If made properly, pumpkin pie it can be a healthy dessert, a great snack, and even a delicious breakfast. Continue reading

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Gluten free, Sugar free, No Bake Apple Pie

Two years ago at our Yoga Therapy Training, I served a gluten free, dairy free, no sugar added, homemade apple pie. The recipe was requested. It has taken me these years, but at long last, here, finally, it is. Unfortunately, … Continue reading

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A Vegetarian Christmas

I wanted to share with you our Christmas Dinner Menu, in case you are still looking for ideas. Feel free to print out this menu – just double click on it for print version. I have attached links below to … Continue reading

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Chestnut Porcini Soup

I found this recipe in Edible San Diego, a wonderful new magazine about local farms, markets and restaurants. It is featured in a profile of Patrick Ponsaty, Chef de Cuisine at Mistral, a restaurant overlooking San Diego Bay. The original … Continue reading

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Vegetarian Gravy

Yesterday I made this Brioche Stuffing with Chestnuts and Figs for a holiday gathering with friends. It was delicious with steamed carrots, celery, fennel, and a hot gravy. Vegetarian gravy is fun to make, but yesterday we also had five boys … Continue reading

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Brioche Stuffing With Chestnuts and Figs

This Sunday we are going to celebrate the opening of our friend’s new Yoga Studio in Old Town Temecula. The studio will be called “Sacred Journey” after the sacred journey of healing our friend experienced in Yoga Teacher Training. As … Continue reading

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Thanksgiving Revisited

Who doesn’t love Thanksgiving dinner with its feast of flavorful comfort foods? As a vegetarian I have been experimenting with healthy, delicious ways to update this traditional meal for many years now, without wanting to deviate much from its warm, grounding staples. At the … Continue reading