What’s for Dinner?

You’ve heard of Artichokes, and this post has absolutely nothing to do with them! Oh, you say. Then what is a Jerusalem Artichoke? It’s actually a tuber related to Sunflowers, also called Sunchoke (I know, confusing!) and long ago someone described them as tasting somewhat like Artichokes. Go figure! Anyhooo, these weird little guys are […]


I was going to write a big long post about healing leaky gut this week, but the truth is I’ve been busy. Too busy to spend the time and energy this super important topic deserves, so instead I leave you with this: The Best Gluten Free Vegan Lasagna I think I’ve ever had. A friend […]

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I always jump at the chance to spend some quality time with friends, especially if it means getting outside. The trick to spending time in the sun is to get enough sun…but not too much. On one hand, you don’t want to block the rays that synthesize vitamin D (which is SO important for preventing […]


Round two of HAUSGuest. I made a version of this gazpacho with watermelon last week, and it was deelish! Make sure you check out Jenné over at Sweet Potato Soul for more healthy, creative recipes. Enjoy! Marie All of the best produce is in season right now. With hot weather comes succulent fruits and vegetables […]


I’m so excited to introduce a new monthly series: HAUSGuest. My friend, chef and fellow health counselor Jenné Claiborne will be sharing her favorite, healthy recipes with you every month. Jenné has been cooking up creative, healthful and delicious meals over on Sweet Potato Soul for a while now, and I am so happy that […]


The first time I tried this salad at Frankies 457 in Brooklyn, I instantly loved it. What a combination of flavors! It might have been the first time that I had the pleasure of tasting raw celery root, and though they’re ugly, knobby and gnarly looking things the taste is nutty, sweet and delicious. Coupled […]


From my favorite vegan NYC Restaurant Angelica’s Kitchen comes this hearty, gluten free cornbread. It’s perfect with a salad or a cup of soup, or delicious as a snack all by itself. I love this stuff! Makes 6 to 8 generous pieces, or 1 small loaf. Ingredients 1 recipe brown rice (see recipe below) 1 1/3 […]