Nuts! A Look At The Energetics Of Nuts

Late summer to early winter is the peak harvest time for nuts. Nature's little powerhouses, nuts possess all the energy, nutrients and materials to create a towering, strong tree, making [...]

Rosemary–For More Than Remembrance

"As for rosemary, I let it run all over my garden walls, not only because my bees love it but because it is the herb sacred to remembrance and to [...]

Bodacious Borscht

Vibrant in color and flavor, borscht is a classic middle European soup with nearly as many variations on the recipe as there are languages in Europe.  Summer borscht is often [...]

Stewed Dried Fruit

Stewed dried fruit is a great way to get in rich vitamins, fiber and flavor in the Winter. And it’s so simple. Serve as is in a small bowl or [...]

By | January 9th, 2017|Breakfast, My Blogs, Recipes, Winter, Winter recipes|1 Comment

Salty–The Flavor Of The Water Element

Salt, a vital mineral to life, has been a part of our food and lives since time immemorial. For centuries, salt was used as a form of payment.  In fact, [...]

Yam I A Sweet Potato?

Are you eating a sweet potato or a yam? It can be confusing, especially with the long tradition of candied yams at the Thanksgiving table. The garnet yam you so [...]

Elderberry Syrup and Tea for Colds and Flu

As Autumn creeps in I stock my cupboards with a few items to prevent and treat colds and flu. Gan Mao Ling, Kwan Loong oil, vitamin C, Immustim and propolis, [...]

The 5 Elements & Seasons Workshop

Saturday, May 14, 10:45- 4:30 & Sunday May 15th, 9-2.  $220 Please note the times for this class has changed on Saturday morning to allow students to participate in a special [...]

By | February 8th, 2016|Asian Medicine Blog, Autumn, Classes, My Blogs, Seasons, Spring, Summer, Winter|0 Comments

Chicken And Fresh Herb Dumpling Soup

Chicken and dumplings are the epitome of comfort foods. Wonderful on a cold winter's day, this soup isn't too heavy and can be a delightful start to the new year when we've often over eaten during the season's festivities. If you want it a little heavier, add in some shredded chicken. Although you can use any flour for the dumplings, I'm partial to spelt (which is gluten free, if you need to avoid gluten) which behaves beautifully for this soup.

Eat Your Colors

"So, what can I eat?"  It's one of the biggest questions that I get as a Holistic Nutritionist.  Rather than whirling off a list of foods they can eat, I've [...]