{Nourish} Sorghum with Lemon Tahini Dressing

Sorghum Lemon Tahini Dressing Salad @KatieCavutoRD

Sorghum may be a new-to-you ingredient so I used familiar flavors to create this bright and seasonal grain salad. A whole grain that is naturally gluten-free, sorghum is nutty, hearty and delicious. Tossed with a simple dressing and flavorful spring greens, this make-ahead Sorghum Salad with Lemon and Tahini would be the perfect accompaniment to most any meal like your Mother’s Day brunch this weekend!  Continue reading “{Nourish} Sorghum with Lemon Tahini Dressing”

{Nourish} How to Roast Vegetables: A Cheat Sheet

A helpful cheat sheet for how to roast vegetablesI love my oven. You know this by now. Most of our weeknight meals consist of roasted chicken or fish and a vegetable of some sort. That veggie, it tends to be roasted as it’s fairly hands-free and I only do easy during the week. Now, to make my kitchen madness approachable and easy for all of you, I created this cheat sheet. How to roast vegetables. It’s as easy as 1, 2, 3. Continue reading “{Nourish} How to Roast Vegetables: A Cheat Sheet”

{Thrive} 5 Ways to Eat More Vegetables

5 Ways to Eat More Vegetables Eat more vegetables. This may be my favorite nutrition tip and it’s a positive wellness intention I focus on daily. I’m always encouraging myself to eat more vegetables. If you consider the risk to benefit ratio of this recommendation, it speaks for itself. Risk: minimal. Benefits: abundant. Plus, I love an intention that encourages me to have more versus less, especially when it comes to food. Enough of the deprivation people. Let’s be grateful for the food on our plate.  That being said, for most of us omnivores, the idea of planning a meal around carrots sounds, well, lackluster at best. Fortunately, the concept of creating a vegetable-centric plate can and often does include meat, fish and poultry. The key is mindfully rearranging your plate so that the veggies are the star and the animal proteins play a more supporting role. Eat more vegetables. One of my 5 Intentions for the New Year and a great mantra we can use to kick off the month. Here are five tips to make this feel more achievable.

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{Nourish} Citrus Arugula Salad with Roasted Delicata, Pistachios, Grapes and Pomegranate

Citrus Arugula Salad With Roasted Delicata Squash, Pistachios, Grapes and PomegranatesOkay, I am obsessed with this Arugula Salad with Roasted Delicata, Pistachios, Grapes and Pomegranates. It is my go-to salad for entertaining and isn’t it beautiful? It’s a hearty, filling salad that is piled high with in-season goodies like Roasted Delicata Squash, Pistachios, Grapes and Pomegranate and while it looks all fancy and complicated I revel is the fact that it’s actual quite simple to create – but you knew it would be because I don’t do complicated. Are you ready to be the hero of the holiday table? Make this Arugula Salad with Roasted Delicata, Pistachios, Grapes and Pomegranates your friends and family will thank you. Continue reading “{Nourish} Citrus Arugula Salad with Roasted Delicata, Pistachios, Grapes and Pomegranate”

{Nourish} Sweet Potato, Winter Squash and Cranberry Crumble

Sweet Potato, Winter Squash and Cranberry Crumble by @KatieCavutoRDThis Sweet Potato, Winter Squash and Cranberry Crumble made it’s debut on my Thanksgiving table and I have to say, I am pretty psyched about it. I have always been a fan of the crumble but I never considered a savory version like this and I’m hooked. Sweet potatoes and butternut squash pair perfectly with tart, fresh cranberries to create the foundation of this savory Sweet Potato, Winter Squash and Cranberry Crumble that is going to be a go-to dish over the next few months. Oats, almonds, spices and maple combine to make a slightly sweet and perfectly crunchy foil to the savory veggies. Oh, this recipe is also gluten-free and dairy-free and it will feed (and please) a crowd! Continue reading “{Nourish} Sweet Potato, Winter Squash and Cranberry Crumble”

{Nourish} Maple Hazelnut Cornbread

Maple Hazelnut CornbreadA worthwhile accident turned comfort food…That’s how this cornbread recipe came to be. I was given a beautiful bag of local heirloom cornmeal a few months back and it has been taunting me ever since. For whatever reason, I haven’t been compelled to use it even though it glares at me each and every time I open that cabinet door. Then, on Thanksgiving morning (because I didn’t  have enough to cook), I literally woke up determined to add cornbread to our holiday spread and that is how this Maple Hazelnut Cornbread recipe came to be. Continue reading “{Nourish} Maple Hazelnut Cornbread”