Summer Farmer’s Market Skillet with Pistachio-Herb Spread

Summer Farmer’s Market Skillet with Pistachio-Herb Spread

This summer farmer's market skillet with pistachio-herb spread is a delicious way to highlight summer produce! Pick your favorite veggies from the market, saute, bake a few eggs into the mix, and serve with a bright and herbaceous pistachio-herb spread. Don't forget crusty bread for soaking up the runny yolks! Easily adaptable for any season. 

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Dukkah Quinoa Bowl with Roasted Cauliflower and Sweet Potatoes

Dukkah Quinoa Bowl with Roasted Cauliflower and Sweet Potatoes

This dukkah bowl y'all. Packed with fiber and flavor, this dukkah quinoa bowl with roasted sweet potatoes and cauliflower is so tasty. Top a bowl of quinoa and roasted veggies with an easy homemade almond dukkah. Use the rest in hummus, over veggies or as a crust for chicken or fish. 

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Three Things & Updated Recipes

Three Things & Updated Recipes

Don't have much writing juice in me today, so just sharing a few random things - an article from the New York Times that I think many of you will connect with, the work of one of my lovely friends, an eating disorder therapist and artist, and a passage from a favorite childhood book that got me thinking. Plus, updated oldie but goodie recipes from the blogs early days! 

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How to Detox Your Brain After a Fear-Mongering Documentary

How to Detox Your Brain After a Fear-Mongering Documentary

Feeling scared and anxious after watching a fear-mongering documentary? Popular food documentaries tend to take bits of truth about extreme eating and use that to scare viewers. Learn how to detox your brain after watching a fear-mongering food documentary so you can feel confident around food again! 

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Long Weekend in Portland & Boston + Intuitive Eating on Vacation

Long Weekend in Portland & Boston + Intuitive Eating on Vacation

Sharing a recap of all the yummy bites I enjoyed on our trip to Portland for a wedding! Plus, sharing some insight into how I eat intuitively on vacation. It can be a challenge because you're out of your element, but that also makes it the perfect time to practice those intuitive eating skills. 

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Spicy Peanut Slaw With Hemp Crusted Salmon

Spicy Peanut Slaw With Hemp Crusted Salmon

Easy and tasty weeknight salad coming at ya! This spicy peanut slaw with hemp crusted salmon is perfect for a make ahead lunch. It's packed with flavor and super filling. And don't forget all those healthy fats in the salmon, hemp seeds and peanuts. 

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The Worst Thing You Can Eat: Part Deux

The Worst Thing You Can Eat: Part Deux

The worst thing you can eat isn't food - it's shame. Shame keeps you trapped in a cycle of unhealthy behaviors and feeling unworthy. Inspired by the work of shame researcher Brene Brown, this post talks about where guilt and shame play a role in unwanted eating behaviors, and how to get yourself out of the cycle of shame. 

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Herbed Egg Salad Avocado Toast

Herbed Egg Salad Avocado Toast

This herbed egg salad avocado toast is the perfect light lunch or protein packed breakfast! Made with just a smidge of mayo and mostly yogurt, the egg salad is nice and light. Served over lightly buttered pumpernickle toast with radishes and watercress for a peppery bite! 

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A Different Way To Think About Finding Balance In Eating

A Different Way To Think About Finding Balance In Eating

Struggling to find balance as an intuitive eater? Here's a hint - it has nothing to do with rules, deprivation, earning food through exercise, or always eating your vegetables and more to do with listening to your body and giving it what it needs. Learn a different way to think about balance in intuitive eating. 

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Two Things I've Learned From Being Curious, Not Judgmental, in Intuitive Eating

Two Things I've Learned From Being Curious, Not Judgmental, in Intuitive Eating

Approaching your eating concerns with curiosity, not judgement, is the key to uncovering the "why" that's driving them. Here's two things I've recently learned by honing my inner food anthropologist, who nonjudgmentally observes before coming to conclusions. 

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Spicy Turkey Zucchini Meatballs with Roasted Red Pepper Sauce

Spicy Turkey Zucchini Meatballs with Roasted Red Pepper Sauce

These spicy turkey zucchini meatballs are made with only three ingredients, but packed with flavor! Serve with a no-cook roasted red pepper sauce you can make in your food processor. Perfect over pasta or as an appetizer. 

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Spicy Coconut Quinoa and Black Beans with Pineapple

Spicy Coconut Quinoa and Black Beans with Pineapple

Skip the oven and save the heat for this spicy coconut quinoa and black bean bowl with pineapple and avocado! It's made in the pressure cooker, so it's perfect for summer. Packed with protein and fiber for a filling meal! 

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Thoughts After Watching To The Bone

Thoughts After Watching To The Bone

Netflix released a controversial new movie about one woman's struggle with anorexia, To The Bone. I watched it this weekend and am sharing some of my thoughts, and clearing up some misconceptions about eating disorders. 

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Nourishing Your Body For Fertility

Nourishing Your Body For Fertility

When it comes to fertility, a well nourished body is of the upmost importance. So why do so many extreme diets get prescribed for fertility. This post is all about nourishing your body for fertility. 

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Baby Kale and Cherry Salad with Grilled Halloumi

Baby Kale and Cherry Salad with Grilled Halloumi

Make this baby kale salad with cherries and grilled halloumi for a fresh summer salad! It's perfect topped with a vibrant cilantro-lime dressing. Charred corn, avocado and pepitas finish it off! 

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Iceland's Ring Road Part 2: Eastern Fjords, North Iceland, Snaefellsnes Penninsula, & Blue Lagoon

Iceland's Ring Road Part 2: Eastern Fjords, North Iceland, Snaefellsnes Penninsula, & Blue Lagoon

Sharing a recap of part 2 of my recent trip around the Ring Road in Iceland! This post takes you through the highlights in the eastern fjords, the Myvatn area in the north, Akureyri, Snaefellsnes Penninsula and the Blue Lagoon. 

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Three Common Stuck Points in Intuitive Eating

Three Common Stuck Points in Intuitive Eating

Feeling like you're a failure at intuitive eating? I promise, you're not, because it's not a pass/fail kind of thing. However, you might be dealing with one of these three common stuck points I see in the intuitive eating process. Read on to learn how to break free! 

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Grilled Naan Pizza with Kale Pesto, Heirloom Tomatoes and Burrata

Grilled Naan Pizza with Kale Pesto, Heirloom Tomatoes and Burrata

This recipe for grilled naan pizza with kale pesto, heirloom tomatoes and burrata cheese is my favorite quick and easy recipe for summer! Naan makes such a simple and tasty crust and perfectly ripe summer tomatoes are delicious paired with creamy burrata cheese. 

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How To Do Iceland's Ring Road In A Camper Van: Part 1 - Reykjavik, South & Southeast Iceland

How To Do Iceland's Ring Road In A Camper Van: Part 1 - Reykjavik, South & Southeast Iceland

Guys. Let's talk Iceland. It’s for sure the most naturally beautiful place I’ve ever been. Every turn in the road led you to a new vista – lava fields opened to fields of purple wildflowers as far as the eye could see, to steep basalt cliffs shrouded in fog with waterfalls crashing over the edge, to open valleys with tangled mountains streams...

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Melon and Mint Salad

Melon and Mint Salad

This melon and mint salad is my summer go to when watermelon and cantaloupe are at their peak ripeness. It's super simple and a portable side for bringing to barbecues. You can even turn it into a main dish salad by adding avocado and grilled shrimp! 

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