Monthly Archives: June 2016

Blueberry Mascarpone Galette

Blueberry season is in full swing. Take advantage by baking this simple Blueberry Mascarpone Galette. So easy to make and so satisfyingly delicious. The mascarpone brings an amazingly rich element to this dessert, almost like a cheesecake. You can omit it if you want to make the galette a little…

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Using Gratitude Everyday

Today, let’s talk about gratitude. In my opinion, gratitude is one of the most life changing qualities and it is easily obtained. Unfortunately, it is also one that is easily forgotten. There are two types of gratitude, outward gratitude and inward gratitude. Outward gratitude you express to others, in…

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White Bean and Spring Pea Salad

Growing up I never liked peas. I think it may be because I always was subjected to the canned or frozen variety. Ever since then I have just had it in my head that I don’t like peas. However, my tastes have definitely changed since my childhood. I…

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Miso Escarole Soup

Spring soups just hit the spot sometimes. Light and healthy, they can be just what the doctor ordered. If you’re like me, a good noodle soup just hits the spot. This miso escarole soup has all the bases covered. I love the deep leafy green of the escarole…

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