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This Strawberry Papaya Salad is loaded with amazing flavors! I love the sweetness from the fruit balanced with the tanginess of the dressing and blue cheese. The added sumac to the lemony vinaigrette enhances the flavors so much. From @tasteLUVnourish on TasteLoveAndNourish.com

April 17, 2015 | 5 Comments
Strawberry Papaya Salad

If there’s one thing that can distract me from any stress in my life, it’s being in the kitchen. Two people that I love dearly have not been feeling very well lately. Not having the power to wave a magic wand to make them all better is frustrating. So, I tend to head toward the… continue reading »

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Hasselback Garlic and Herb Baby Potatoes - crispy and delicious! | @tasteLUVnourish on TasteLoveAndNourish.com

March 26, 2015 | 7 Comments
Hasselback Garlic and Herb Baby Potatoes

I spent some time visiting with my Mom a few weeks ago. We only get to see each other a few times a year, so when we do, it’s really special. I miss her dearly. She’s had some serious health issues over the years, but no matter what, she never complains. Somehow, she still manages… continue reading »

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Thai Cashew Chicken and Mango Salad - this salad is full of so many great flavors and textures. | @tasteLUVnourish on TasteLoveAndNourish.com

February 23, 2015 | 6 Comments
Thai Cashew Chicken and Mango Salad

Salads that pass as a complete meal make me more happy than I can tell you. Especially when things get busy and getting take-out becomes tempting. I love that I can make the dressing, chop a few things or even grill some chicken ahead of time, then just put it all together in the evening…. continue reading »

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Carrot Cake Smoothie - the flavors of a slice of carrot cake, but without the fat and sugar overload. | @tasteLUVnourish on www.tasteloveandnourish.com

February 9, 2015 | 35 Comments
Carrot Cake Smoothie

I love creating new smoothies, but, to be honest, I’ve had a love-hate relationship with my blender for years. You may remember how I’ve had to fight with it to get a nice, thick smoothie. The other issue was my blender’s inability to process harder, more dense ingredients and give me a smooth and silky… continue reading »

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Honey Wheat Brown Bread - this hearty bread is slightly sweet and perfect served with a meal. | @tasteLUVnourish on www.tasteloveandnourish.com #threeloaves

January 24, 2015 | 9 Comments
Honey Wheat Brown Bread

As someone who focuses so much on food, it pains me to think of anyone being hungry. But, hunger, as we all know, is a huge epidemic. So, when I heard that fellow food blogger, the passionate Jerry Stone, of Cooking Stoned, started the Three Loaves movement, I knew I had to get on board…. continue reading »

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Pear Crisp Smoothie - this smoothie tastes exactly like dessert, but without the fat and empty calories! | @tasteLUVnourish #smoothie #healthy #ad @lovemysilk

January 15, 2015 | 7 Comments
Pear Crisp Smoothie

Committing yourself to healthier eating shouldn’t leave you feeling deprived. It’s just about choosing alternatives that are better for you. Desserts call my name from time to time. Sometimes, I can easily ignore their calls, but there are those moments where playing hard-to-get just isn’t working. So, that’s kind of how I got started turning… continue reading »

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Coconut Almond Quinoa Granola - perfect for topping yogurt, with milk or just by the handful! | @tasteLUVnourish

December 25, 2014 |
Coconut Almond Quinoa Granola

So, I may have eaten my weight in cookies this past week, but, the one thing I can always count on to keep me on track is breakfast. With the exception of some special weekend breakfasts, most mornings begin with yogurt, fresh fruit and just a little something crunchy. Usually, I go with plain, unsweetened… continue reading »

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