Pumpkin Spice Cake with Gingersnap Crust


  I am so thrilled to share with you the best holiday recipe I have come up with this year – Pumpkin Spice Cake with Gingersnap Crust! While I don’t endorse eating treats very often on the autoimmune protocol, I think that everyone needs a compliant dessert recipe they can share with their family and… 

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Cinnamon-Sage Baked Delicata Squash


  If I had to choose my favorite squash, it definitely would be the sweet, nutty Delicata. Every time September rolls around, I am thrilled at the sight of this little guy’s reappearance at the farmer’s market. This is a vegetable that doesn’t need any fancy preparation – I most often eat it simply sprinkled… 

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Jane’s Mango and Coconut Summer Salad


  As we head towards summer, I am looking forward to sharing more salads and grilling recipes. Not that I am sick of soups and stews, but in Seattle, it seems like it is “soup weather” all but a couple of months out of the year. After a long winter of avoiding the wilted and… 

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Indonesian Beef Curry


  The family that I cook for has two little girls whose favorite food is Indonesian goat curry – pretty great for five and eight year olds! They have a local restaurant that they go to frequently to get their fix, but one day I decided to surprise them and cook it for them at… 

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Create Your Own Breakfast Skillet


  Let me introduce you to my newest obsession as of late – the breakfast skillet! It all started one day when I had a hankering for some delicata squash and didn’t want to wait for a whole one to roast – since I made that delicious discovery, everything has gone into the skillet. All… 

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Beef and Butternut Stew with Pear and Thyme


  Not too many things feel quite as fall-like as the appearance of butternut squash at the market. Here I use it to give heartiness and texture to a beef stew, adding a little pear for sweetness and some cinnamon and thyme for flavor. It is hard not to make a lot of this considering… 

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