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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…
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This Chopped Winter Salad with apples, celery, radishes and carrots is colorful, crunchy and clean-eating friendly! I am re-sharing it today and I have a bit of cool stuff to share about the health benefits of apple cider vinegar, which I used in the shallot cider...read more
This Slow Cooker Paleo Beef Chili will warm you up after a day full of winter adventures. It is a super delicious kid friendly meal that is also gluten free and dairy free! Last weekend my girls started all day ski lessons on Sundays. It went way better than expected...read more
Sweet Potatoes are simmered in coconut milk and vegetable broth with curry and spices. The dish is finished with cilantro, mint and lime and a scattering of roasted cashews for crunch. It is naturally vegan, paleo, whole30 and gluten-free. This post was originally...read more
Here is a recipe for Healthy New England Seafood Chowder you are going to want to save! It is thick and creamy but it has only 350 calories per 2 cup serving, and it is loaded with tender potatoes, vegetables, herbs, clams and fish. I have a gluten-free option too....read more
Lentils with bacon is one of my favorite side dishes. This version is made with French green lentils, cider vinegar, smoked paprika, celery hearts and just enough bacon to make it yummy. It is naturally gluten-free and high in fiber. This post was originally shared on...read more