The carrots in this soup are roasted prior to adding to the pot. The roasting brings out a sweetness and the ginger gives it a nice balance. I used ginger and turmeric for their healing properties such as reducing inflammation and settling an upset tummy. The bonus is that it makes this soup delicious!
Snowy days and windy nights have arrived! Winter season has clearly rolled in for the next three or four months and with that, I’m craving warm and spicy meals.
This dish can really spice up your week. It’s a light protein-packed meal that can be made heartier with a side of rice, quiona, couscous, or even a baked potato. If you like heat, go heavy on the cayenne pepper. I hope you enjoy it!
Among other things, I’ve missed drives out to the coast this year, so I wanted something to remind me of the ocean. Whether it’s the taste or the scent of these fish-less cakes, this dish was a nice little escape to the sea from my home kitchen.
This video is part two from my previous video on YouTube where there’s a little bit of spirt-talk. I’m focusing on light and love and I hope you’ll join me.
I’m really enjoying the fall and taking advantage of fall flavors while they last. My recent video highlights these ingredients in my savory and sweet butternut squash soup. Roasting the squash really makes a difference. I hope you try it. Enjoy!
Being present and feeling life as I move through each moment of each day is allowing me to live in joy to its fullest and fills my heart with gratitude. I’m becoming more and more aware of how precious (and fleeting) life is. Connecting with nature, sharing in healthy relationships, being good to myself, and the abundance of blessings mysteriously making their way into my life affirms to me that God wants us to know happiness. He wants us to know and feel what is in his heart. If we focus on the “now”, there are so many ways we can feel God’s presence.
However you choose to pass your time, I hope you savor it; these moments truly are a gift from God.
Dedicated to my grandfather with love and gratitude.