Archive for the 'fall' Category

Apr 23 2015

Great Beginnings: Getting Back to Your Roots. Plant and Eat Your Carrots:

I never knew that a local grown carrot was so much sweeter and tastier than those that my mom purchased at the store until we grew our own almost 25 years ago in our urban Saint Louis garden. About three weeks 3 weeks before frost is about the time to plant them which is the […]

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Apr 13 2015

Great Beginnings: Getting Back to Your Roots-Radishes

Mid-April is a great time to plant some radishes and I have quick growing vegetables in your garden. Radishes were once only used around my house to make radish roses or add to salads. I honestly, I did not love them but felt obligated to eat them since someone that I love grew them. I […]

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Mar 24 2015

Great Beginnings: Getting Back to Your Roots-Sweet Potato, Tempeh and Spinach Burrito

  A few weeks ago, I shared a delicious way to prepare tempeh making a bacon sandwich. If you missed my recipe and have questions about tempeh, check out my blog post at  http://healthconceptsnutrition.com/blog/2015/02/great-beginnings-breakfast-tempeh-bacon-sandwich/Today I want to share with you a tasty burrito idea using tempeh and local produce this time of year, sweet potatoes […]

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Mar 05 2015

Great Beginnings: Getting Back to Your Roots! Eat Your Sweet Potatoes

The past two weeks, I have been sharing new ideas for quick and easy breakfasts ! I have a few more more that will share before spring is in full swing but with planting season coming, I wanted to share with you some root vegetables that are easy to grow and tasty ways to eat […]

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Nov 05 2014

Fall Menus with Local Ingredients

Here are some fall menus to try: Fall Menus  

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Nov 05 2014

Locavore Thanksgiving

Thanksgiving plans have been in the works, whether its traveling far or near to friends or  family, making dinner reservations or planning the menu at home. Thanksgiving was designed around the bounty of the season so it is easy to plan a meal based on what is grown where you live. Depending on the availability […]

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Oct 21 2014

Celebrate Fall with the Abundance of Local Food

Kale, Cabbage and Apple Slaw 1 tablespoon olive oil 1 tablespoon Lusty Monk mustard 1 teaspoon balsamic vinegar Coarse salt and pepper 3 cups mixed shredded kale and red cabbage 1 red apple chopped 2 tablespoons diced red onion In a small bowl, whisk olive oil, mustard, and vinegar. Season with salt and pepper. In […]

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Oct 13 2014

#FarmFreshNutrition

I wanted to share a few pictures of Farm Fresh Nutrition’s book release celebration! We had great food and guests. I wanted to share the recipes that we had on Saturday. Most of these are not from the book so you can have even more local food recipes! All the food was grown locally with […]

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Sep 21 2014

Squash Season Means Healthy Season

I wanted to share a few pictures of the squash available at Flying Cloud Farm http://www.flyingcloudfarm.net/ and some other varieties that I picked up from Mountain Harvest Organics http://www.mountainharvestorganic.com/index.html The days are getting shorter, the weather is getting cooler and now there is an abundance of fall squash at the farmers markets and there are […]

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Nov 25 2013

Health Concepts Holiday Challenge Week Two: Mindful Holiday Eating

Mindful Holiday Eating If you are weighing in for the Holiday Challenge, weigh in today and this number will challenge you to maintain your weight next week. By now, your Thanksgiving Menu is probably written and you have already gone to the grocery store. If you aren’t cooking dinner, you probably know where you are […]

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