Julia’s preference for sweet potatoes combined with the simple preparation and outstanding taste of these oven fries has made them a favorite in our house. We enjoy them once a week on burger night alongside veggie burgers.
This recipe is a bit of an undertaking but well worth it so you can say you made and enjoyed your own meatless burger! It’s loaded with nutritious ingredients that beautifully combine to form a flavorful and firm patty.
This popular cold soup tastes the best in the summer when garden-fresh vegetables are plentiful. It can be spicy, tangy, or mild depending on how you portion the ingredients and served pureed Spanish style or chunky Californian style.
Homemade banana bread was a staple snack in Julia’s eating disorder recovery. This treasured baked good is equally as nutritious as it is delicious and can be augmented calorically with the addition of ground nuts, shredded coconut, or chocolate chips to the batter.
Our simple aspect of cooking is all about using a combination of fresh and dry ingredients most of us have in our homes or can affordably get in our local grocery stores. Our healthy aspect of cooking focuses on natural ingredients that are full of flavor, color, easy to digest, and meet the nutrition our bodies need to have plenty of energy.