Rebekah

Hi! I'm Rebekah. I'm a Certified Nutrition Educator, Wellness Coach, food fanatic and the mother of two beautiful girls and a handsome boy. I love to help people of all cultures discover, prepare and enjoy real food.

Crispy Coconut Kale

I love kale. It was definitely not love at first taste, but over the past few years I have tried a variety of preparations and found several that I truly love. While it is slightly bitter and/or tangy (depending on the variety), it melds well […]

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Jungli Murgha

Mother’s Day this year was a bit unconventional, but it was probably my favorite Mother’s Day to date. My wonderful husband let me sleep in a bit, a very rare occurrence since the kiddos are early risers. Then we went to the Farmer’s Market (which […]

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Green Kadoo

I picked up this little beauty at the farmer’s market last week. I love pumpkin (kadoo) just about any way (in pie or custard, curried, roasted, etc.). And there are so many varieties of pumpkin, each with its own flavor, texture, and color.  One year, […]

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Light Brown

Me with H. and A. in Lake Tahoe I am whiter than white. In fact, my legs (which see little sunshine) can blind oncoming traffic. I am also married to a beautifully brown man. Before having kids, I wondered what color they would be. Mixed-race […]

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Salmon Tinfish

I think it’s about time that I posted a recipe for some Indian food. This dish is one of the first that I learned how to make, and it has become a staple for my family since it is quick and easy to make. It also has just […]

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Porchetta: Pigging Out

Last week we cooked the porchetta we had purchased from our favorite butcher. Amazing! It was flavorful, tender, and delicious. I have to admit, though, that the fantastically crispy pork skin was my favorite part. Crunchy on the outside, with a buttery layer of fat […]

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Porchetta

My husband and I have become foodies to the core. Who else buys food that they have never eaten or cooked, especially when it is expensive? We do! Yesterday, we decided to get out of the house and go to our favorite butcher to pick […]

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Cooking by color

When I was first learning to cook Indian food, it was all very mysterious to me. I hadn’t heard of most of the spices, much less tasted them often enough to know what they were supposed to taste like. My in-laws were very patient with […]

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Green Eggs and Ham

It’s St. Patrick’s Day, and while I’m not Irish, it’s fun to wear green, make four-leaf clover decorations for the house, and eat lots of green food. Last year, I saw this post for green eggs and tried it out on my then-four-year-old. She actually really […]

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Beautiful beet greens

This year we decided to try to grow some beets. My husband and I both love roasted beets, and we had a little room in our raised vegetable bed, so we thought we’d give beets a chance (pun intended). We planted the Bull’s Blood variety, […]

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