Easing the transition to an extraordinary life

Nourish: Food is medicine, so what are you putting in your body that honors the path you are traveling? If you need some guidance or some fresh ideas, we can help. This is the place for healthy recipes and WHY they are good for you. We’ll include instructions, nutritional data and helpful hints. The pictures alone will make your mouth water! Good food CAN taste amazing, and once you start eating it regularly, the bad stuff won’t taste good any longer. Tuck in to some of these delectable recipes, and let us know what you think!

Campfire Cooking with the Kelleys

 It’s that time of year, where camping is king. You can make delicious food over your campfire, just like you would at home.  It only takes a little creativity and some elbow grease. Here’s campfire cooking with the Kelleys.   Camping is an inexpensive way to enjoy not only the outdoors, but your friends and View Post >

Positively Perfect Paella

  The most perfect meal has to be paella. Full of vegetables, proteins and crunchy rice, this Spanish dish is so completely delicious, you’ll wonder how you have lived so long without it. Here’s the version SuperHubs created to blow the minds of our unsuspecting dinner guests.  😛   8 tablespoons olive oil2 chicken breast, View Post >

Greek Layer Dip – Yamas!

 This dip was inspired by a recent trip to fabulous Greece.  It’s super easy to throw together. It’s also SUPER healthy! Roasted red pepper hummus, greek yogurt and colorful vegetables, perfecto. We know you’ll love it as much as we do. Yamas!     Greek Layer Dip *Roasted Red Bell Pepper Hummus (recipe below)1 cup View Post >

Summer Lovin’ Drinks!

It’s the dog days of summer, and we want to help you stay refreshed and happy.  Here are some of our favorite Summer Lovin’ Drinks, both old and new, to serve at parties, BBQ’s or just because. Add some great garnish, some fun straws and some crazy umbrellas to make it more festive.  If you View Post >

Cha Cha Cha Chia!

  Chia seeds are the new rage, and they are a spectacular source of fiber that is easily added to salads, smoothies and such.  Here’s a different take. Just remember a little bit of chia goes a long way, so know how your body reacts to it before consuming a lot of it.    1 View Post >

Cutting Skills – Master Your Knife

   Need some help with those knife skills? Our Food Editor Christine is here to save the day!    Remember the ginger sesame slaw recipe? I specified cutting the vegetables up into thin strips. Since slaw is made mostly out of strands of shredded cabbage, I like the vegetables to be similar in size and View Post >

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