Savory Saturdays explores local, vegetarian, and vegan foods to improve both your health and the health of the planet in one yummy bite; because life should be delicious.
Avocado on toast garnished with pesto and sprout hits the spot.
Creating a harmonious life is a process of balancing, a good place to start is the kitchen. Learn More
Oh So Berry-delicious
A hand full of berries added to your morning ritual may help keep memory sharp as you age.
The Long Table
Living in Italy, I learned the importance of eating together. Throw a party and ask everyone to bring a dish of local food. Learn More
Preserving our Food Shed
Conservation conversations with Marin Agricultural Land Trust and their partners. Learn More
Seasonal market produce, rinse, toss and eat. Yum
Many takes on traditional Italian Bruschetta are nutritious and flavorful. Learn More
We predict this vegan delight will end up on your table more than once this fall. A great way to enjoy the super health benefits from your
Jack-O-Lanterns. Learn More
Mountain of Melons
Take advantage of inexpensive ripe melons at the farmers market and juice on. This is Mountain Mint and Melon. Learn More
A Chick & Her Pea.
Improve your health with a Mediterranean diet, a delicious way to lose weight. More
Vegan Sloppy Joe
This Joe is packed with eight punchy spices melded with black strap molasses and honey to pick up the "Tempeh". Learn More
Fruits and nuts are as delicious as they are heart-healthy. Nuts have Omega-3 fatty acids, fiber, and vitamin E. Fall fruits like pears, figs are rich in antioxidants and fiber.
A Little Dumpling
Vegetable dumplings aren't so hard to make and can be a fun healthy group made dinner. Have fun.
Citrus may be better at fighting winter colds than packaged pills while improving your memory.
Perfect Pizza Pie
Napoliatana Pizza was recognized by UNESCO as part of Naples important "intangible cultural heritage" for Humanity. Learn More
Make your own vegan macarons that taste amazing. Explore flavors like rose, almond, anise or rosemary.
This widely available superfood is a very good source of manganese, dietary fiber, potassium, vitamin B1, folate, and copper.
Eat The Rainbow
The different colors in our vegetables indicate different nutrient profiles. Learn More
Let's Make Stone Soup Together!
Throw your ideas into the pot. Every time we talk someone out of a burger with a yummy vegan dish we make the planet cooler. Each burger is conservatively equivalent to one tank of gas.