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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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Double Chocolate Peanut Butter Muffins - made without flour and whipped up quickly in your blender, these muffins are low in sugar and a healthier way to satisfy your chocolate cravings! | @tasteLUVnourish on TasteLoveAndNourish.com #ad @lovemysilk

April 9, 2015 | 3 Comments
Double Chocolate Peanut Butter Muffins

My daughter and I regularly test out new ways to satisfy our chocolate cravings without a ton of sugar. Not an easy task, but not impossible either. We think the trick is to focus on great ingredients that you feel good about using instead of fixating on the things you cannot have. These chocolatey muffins… 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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Rice Pilaf - learn how to make a deliciously basic rice pilaf with tips for success. | From @tasteLUVnourish on www.tasteloveandnourish.com

February 3, 2015 | 8 Comments
Rice Pilaf

Rice pilaf is one of those basic dishes that, once mastered, can become your most versatile. This simple recipe is an Armenian pilaf that we ate growing up. I still make this regularly, sometimes just as is, but jazzing it up with spices, vegetables, nuts and even dried fruits can take this so many steps… continue reading »

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The Most Amazing Soft-Baked Vegan Chocolate Chip Cookies - seriously the best chocolate chip cookies I've ever made, vegan or not! | From @tasteLUVnourish on www.tasteloveandnourish.com

January 29, 2015 |
The Most Amazing Soft-Baked Vegan Chocolate Chip Cookies

Being snowed-in a bit this past week had me doing some baking with my daughter. She and I were craving chocolate chip cookies. Although neither of us are vegan, we do try to use as many plant-based options as we can. Developing recipes with that in mind can yield varying results, but there are times,… 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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Sweet Potato Casserole | @tasteLUVnourish | #sweetpotato #casserole #light @lovemysilk

November 13, 2014 |
Sweet Potato Casserole

When I was newly married, my Mom would send me big envelopes filled with recipe clippings she’d find in magazines and newspapers. On them, she’d jot down notes, circling things she liked and crossing out things she didn’t. I never really appreciated those clippings as much as I do now…almost twenty-five years later! In one… continue reading »

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