Gingered Potatoes with Browned Onions and Tomatoes

I get a lot of questions about the Candida Diet (or Anti-Candida Diet–ACD, as I call it). Most of the time, people either want to know what it is I ate and/or eat now (I outlined the different stages of my diet, and all the foods I ate, on the FAQ page, here). Sometimes, however, […]

Heather Nauta’s Spicy Black Bean Burgers

[Spicy Black Bean Burgers are a quick and easy recipe that will appeal to anyone. These burgers on their own are vegan, sugar-free, gluten-free, dairy-free, egg free, soy-free and yeast-free. Suitable for Stage 2 and beyond on an anti-candida diet. Please note that the buns are not part of this recipe; choose a bun or […]

Flash in the Pan: Sea Veggie? Eat Veggie. Nori Snacks*

*Or, Nori is the New Kale [Sometimes, you just want a dish that’s quick and easy–no fuss.  I’ve decided to offer a mini-post every once in a while, for a dish that comes together incredibly quickly or else is so simple to make that no recipe is required. Here’s today’s “Flash in the Pan.” (For other […]

Memories of Canadian Beef*

*Or, This Is Not a President’s Choice Product** *Or, See How Much I Want to Attend Eat, Write, Retreat  ? [Voilà–homemade, veggie-based “beef” jerky.  Well, it looks like beef. . . ] The other day, I was bemoaning the fact that there are a bunch of cool  blogger conferences coming up this spring—none of which I’m attending. […]

Classic Pasta Arrabiata

[Warning:  Extra, extra, extra-long post.  Feel free to portion it out in smaller doses. . . or simply take your time and revel in the sunshine.] [Nope, no alligators in this Florida body of water. (And no, that’s not the HH at the pool!)] Um, so, yes, I have been rather MIA the past week […]

Tofu Mole: Authentically Delicious

Before I even think about sharing this recipe (see, I’m learning: some things are more important than food!), I want to send out a heartfelt “thank you” to everyone who left comments on my previous post and even to those who read it and chose not to comment.  This is why I love the food […]

Christmas, 2010 Recap: Don’t Mess with Tradition (and African Sweet Potato Stew)

[What I should have made for our Christmas dinner this year. . . . ] What. . . is it December 27th, already??  Hope you’ve all had a wonderful holiday season so far! I must confess, the last few days have been among the laziest of my life.  And you know what?  It felt great! […]

Layered Mexican Casserole*

*Or,  ACD-Friendly Fast Food.  Or, Intercultural Lasagna. Or, What to Do with those Nearly-Stale Nacho Chips.  Even though these days it takes me almost 15 minutes before I can stand up fully erect after first rolling out of bed (in which I sleep on my back, with 2 pillows under my knees so my spine can retain its proper […]

Flash in the Pan: Spicy Roasted Seeds

[Sometimes, you just want to eat something now.  I’ve decided to offer a mini-post every once in a while, for a dish that comes together incredibly quickly or else is so easy to make that no recipe is required. Here’s today’s “Flash in the Pan.” (For other FitP recipes, see “Categories” at right).]  the pan […]

Flash in the Pan: Egyptian Fava Bean Breakfast

[Sometimes, you just want to eat something now.  I’ve decided to offer a mini-post every once in a while, for a dish that comes together incredibly quickly or else is so easy to make that no recipe is required. Here’s today’s “Flash in the Pan.” (For other FitP recipes, see “Categories” at right).] While reading […]