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Welcome to Healthy Seasonal Recipes

Welcome to Healthy Seasonal Recipes

I’m Katie and this is my Vermont kitchen. I’m a classically trained chef, former food stylist and also a reformed dieter. Today I believe no food should be off limits. Here’s where you’ll find easy healthy weeknight dinners, simple seasonal vegetable recipes and intuitive eating tips. Read more…

Hungry? Search here for simple HEALTHY weeknight dinners, easy and delicious seasonal side dish recipes, salads and everything in between. Filter recipes based on gluten-free, paleo, kid-friendly or by ingredient and find the perfect fit. Or head over to the recipe index and explore all 500+ healthy recipes.

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In Season– Pumpkins! Brown Rice Pumpkin Risotto

In Season– Pumpkins! Brown Rice Pumpkin Risotto

Does the mention of making risotto conjure images of standing at the stove for a half hour, stirring until your arm falls off?  What? You don't love that?  Hey, what a coincidence I don't either!  Another gripe: I am sort of a whole-grain freak and I think risotto...

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Angel Food Cake

Angel Food Cake

Give me a simple, fresh slice of airy Angel Food cake piled with August fruit and I am in heaven.  It is such a simple and light dessert when paired with sweet and tart berries and sliced stone fruit.  I also like to use it in summer trifle, but that will come next...

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Thai Green Curry Marinated Lamb with Cashew Curry Sauce

Thai Green Curry Marinated Lamb with Cashew Curry Sauce

Follow my blog with Bloglovin A few weeks ago I tasted a sauce at a party and I've been obsessing about it since.  It was creamy and coconutty with a kick of heat. It had been served with flank steak that night, but I thought it'd also be good with lamb. I think I've...

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Creamy Pasta Salad with Snap Peas, Radishes and Scapes

Creamy Pasta Salad with Snap Peas, Radishes and Scapes

I feel honored when my friends and family think of me when they have a culinary question. For example, my dad calls to ask if it's okay to keep food that he's mistakenly left at room temperature for a day and a half. Or a friend wants to know how long to broil his...

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Hofbrau Chopped Salad with Tuna

Hofbrau Chopped Salad with Tuna

Any searching about the origins of the Hofbrau chopped salad don't lead you to Germany as one would expect, but rather to Texas hill country.  I know of it because my Gramma Ginger, the best cook in West Texas, used to make it: a crispy chopped salad with iceberg...

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