Month: January 2014

Avocado Hummus with Crispy Pita Chips

Who will you be rooting for on Sunday?  Because of my Tennessee roots and my loyalty to Peyton Manning, I’m going for Denver all the way!!! It is no lie that I love snacks.  Of all the snacks that I love, pita chips and hummus are my absolute favorite.  I could eat them all day!

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Butternut Squash Salad with Farro and Pepitas

Here I go again, bombarding you with yet another butternut squash recipe.  I hope you’ll forgive me!  This recipe from the Smitten Kitchen pairs the humble winter squash with hearty farro.   For those of you not familiar with farro, it’s a grain often used as a substitute for pasta or rice.  It has a nutty flavor

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Sweet Potato Lentil Chili

I love this recipe for Sweet Potato Lentil Chili from We Laugh, We Cry, We Cook.  It’s so easy to make and the end result is a bold, spicy chili that’s full of flavor! This chili is hearty, filling, and chock full of healthy foods that are good for you.  Make some this weekend!  I promise

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Roasted Squash Soup

It’s the season for soup!  I love butternut squash, so that is what I chose for this recipe.  But you can choose any winter squash you want.   I adapted the original recipe from The Daniel Cure by adding in some warming spices, which I think created an even more delicious soup.  Just what you

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The Daniel Cure by Susan Gregory

The Daniel Cure is written by Susan Gregory, author of the bestselling book The Daniel Fast.  The Daniel Fast is a 21-day period of prayer and fasting based on the Old Testament prophet’s fasts found in the book of Daniel.  The Daniel Fast is a partial fast in which certain foods are restricted – no animal

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