Mauricette is our friend Julien’s grandmother and she was kind enough to spend the entire day teaching me how to make classic Mediterranean family recipes…
This is the perfect combination: When Eggplant parmigiana married a pizza!
This is an adorable, bite-size appetizer that I make for almost every lunch party!
In France this classic dessert is usually poached in vanilla sugar syrup, so it was wonderful to make them with Andrew’s green tea which is packed with polyphenols. And still such a tasty dessert!
This is my version of the famous Denver omelet, reimagined with healthy ingredients and interesting flavors.
The perfect grab and go breakfast! I make them on Sunday so we can have them throughout the work week.
An incredible tasting, healthy meal featuring salmon and broccoli with a fun Tahini sauce.
A bright, beautiful salad with my version of Green Goddess dressing!
This is an adorable take on a classic appetizer. Everyone loves it!
Miriam, who works with us in aspen, told me about the wonderful way she made corn on the cob.
This wonderful salad is inspired by our “Grand Maître: Alain Ducasse” (our Master Chef).
I had been looking for a very healthy gluten free bread recipe with more vegetable than flour and finally found a great one!
This is my healthy version of the famous egg in a hole.
This is a great tasting appetizer and is sure to impress your guests. The best part is that it is so easy!
This is one of my favorite soups. I love the delicious curry flavor combined with the squash and shrimp.
I make this chicken about once a week. Andrew and Lincoln love it so much and it’s so simple and easy!
This recipe is a wonderful treat and the flavors are simply exquisite!
Andrew often orders Tomato juice saying how wonderfully healthy it is. That is how the idea of the Breakfast Mary formed.
Why go out for Thai food when you can make this flavorful Chicken Satay at home?
This is a wonderful way to substitute fresh vegetables for the “real” pasta full of gluten and calories.