Recipes, creative cooking ideas and food photography from the author of the Taste of Tucson and Sprinkles! Cookbooks
This is a healthy and extremely flavorful way to dress up boneless skinless chicken breasts.
At the urging of my friends and family, I've put together a new blog of easy, healthy and hopefully fun recipes that I've developed over the years.
There are Southwestern regional influences that vary from New Mexico to Arizona, Texas, and Southern California.
This agua fresca isn't too sweet, so you can drink it all day long and even into the night (perhaps with vodka!) Plus, hibiscus flowers have a myriad of health benefits.
Walnuts are less expensive and easier to find than the traditional pine nuts and I think they taste even better, plus they're loaded with healthy fats.
A healthy recipe for creamy, cheesy, supreme pizza flavored spaghetti squash, for the pizza flavors that you crave in cute single servings.
A healthy burrito bowl recipe with quinoa, black beans and avocado tossed in a Sonoran style Mexican chipotle lime vinaigrette dressing.
Start your day with this Tucson Sonoran style power breakfast.
Chia seeds are truly a super-food packed with antioxidants, fiber and loads of healthy Omega-3 fatty acids, so they are a particularly good Paleo-friendly choice for vegans and vegetarians.
Tacos for breakfast? Of course! Pinto beans add a healthy dose of fiber and low-carb tortillas erase any remaining guilt factor.
A healthy, frozen, chocolate treat that's high protein, and low in calories, fat and sugar.
These easy candied apples are a healthy, sweet treat that are fun for kids to make.
I LOVE Brussels sprouts!! And Brussels sprouts and bacon compliment each other so perfectly that this may be my favorite food of all time.
My husband arrived home from work and announced a friend of ours was on the way over.
These chipotle eggs topped with caviar and capers are fancy yet simple.
I believe in the healing power of both chicken soup and Thai food.