We started Nourish one year ago with our favorite pizza recipe and have now come full-circle. The original calzoni from Italy were oven-baked folded-over individual pizzas made to be eaten on the go. We keep our version simple with classic marinara sauce and shredded cheese in the middle, although you can fill yours with any other toppings you typically enjoy on pizza.
These simple and delicious bars are sure to please any pie fan. Although cherry is our personal favorite, the recipe can be adapted for other fruit fillings as well. From blueberry to apple to peach, the options are abundant!
this time last year from coming up with the domain to customizing the site to planning out the recipes, then baking and photographing them. It’s fortunate we’re both extremely organized, or else this project could have had a very different outcome!
Like most vegetable-centric recipes in Nourish, this lasagna alternative tastes the best with garden-fresh eggplants and herbs. We don’t make it too often but on the occasions when we do, the dish is thoroughly enjoyed by all.
European in origin and similar to their savory cousin the quiche, tarts have a shortcrust, flavorful filling, and beautiful topping, usually of fresh fruit and a sweet glaze. This open-faced pie is sophisticated, stylish, and bound to impress.
This homemade alternative to the popular Chinese takeout appetizer is simple and satisfying. Our egg rolls are baked instead of fried, resulting in light and crispy vegetable-filled goodness. Sweet and sour sauce for dipping is a must.
Over the summer when zucchini grows in abundance in our garden, we pull out all our favorite zucchini-centric recipes. Light, moist, and delicious, this irresistible sweet bread is at the top of the list!
Our year-long mother and daughter pandemic project is coming to an end. It was important that we created this collection of recipes and stories of how we found balance in eating amid an eating disorder. Balance, I have learned, is not something you find; it’s something you create. And that is exactly what we were ultimately able to do. I realize that our story is unique to our set of circumstances, yet at the same time, I strongly believe that all of us can improve our way of eating to better ourselves, and equally importantly, to better the world.