Call it a hand pie or a pot tart, this easy homemade fig-stuffed and rhubarb-glazed breakfast treat is a breeze to pull off. They’ll not only remind you of your childhood, but they’ll remind your mom of your childhood, too. Make a little extra dried fig jam to wrap up as a bonus gift.
There’s a lot of conflicting information on the internet about the best way to cook a burger to ensure it turns out juicy, tender and perfectly delicious. But when it comes to taste, the one and only thing that matters most is quality of ingredients.
Sous vide green garlic confit with a pesto pappardelle from the latest edition of Sous Vide Magazine is the inspiration for this recipe, which celebrates everything about spring in the simplest way.
Quinoa cooked in a mushroom bouillon gravy gives this superfood kale and spinach bowl a flavor punch that’s as tasty as it is easy. Pair it with a soft-boiled egg, and you’ve got a breakfast that will power you through even the toughest mornings.
Calling all busy moms, people in a lunch rut, and anyone in need of a tasty, quick and healthy lunch fix ASAP! There’s a delicious new salad kit on the market. I didn’t know it, but it’s the one thing that has been missing from my life. No, seriously.
Here are three recipes and your ultimate guide for a 3-day Kitchari cleanse with Happy Healthy Human.
Wasabi adds a distinct kick to this otherwise creamy and slightly sweet coconut green curry that’s made even more green with the addition of baby Swiss chard. It’s green on green on green — just the way I like it.
Nothing is left to waste with carrot top pesto. While this recipe shares many of the same ingredients with traditional pesto — including garlic, lemon, and basil — it’s made extra nutty, bright and a touch spicy with the addition of walnuts, walnut oil, lemon zest and arugula.
Rolled oats, dark chocolate, tart cherries and nutty hemp seeds make these the ultimate lactation bars. Whether or not you're trying to make more milk, these are to die for. And if you are working on making milk, they work. I mean, they reeeeeally work.
If there’s ever a time to be in San Francisco with young kids, it’s during the holidays. There are so many fun activities, things to see and places to visit, that the most difficult part of each day is making a decision on what to do. In partnership with Ziraffe, here’s a list of my favorite things to do with kids in San Francisco around the holidays.