Chicken Enchilada Soup Recipe

It’s getting chilly out there. At least, it sure is here in Atlanta. That means it’s soup time! Here’s one that we make often. Be sure to double or triple the recipe! You’ll want to keep some in the freezer for a quick weeknight meal. Chicken Enchilada Soup Ingredients:  2 tbsp olive oil 4 chicken … Read moreChicken Enchilada Soup Recipe

10 Tips for Attending Parties Without Getting a Migraine

It’s that time of year. The parties are about to commence. And so are the migraines? Not necessarily. Follow these ten tips for sticking to the Migraine Miracle eating plan so that you can avoid the dreaded migraine that will ruin your holiday fun. Prepare in Advance: 1. Be careful to follow the eating plan … Read more10 Tips for Attending Parties Without Getting a Migraine

Spice Rub for Quick Dinner Prep

So you don’t know what to do for dinner. We get it… We’ve all been there. When I’m short on time and energy, I just add this spice mix to my protein and give it a quick grill or sear on the stove. I’ve used it on pork, beef, chicken, shrimp and fish. It’s very … Read moreSpice Rub for Quick Dinner Prep

Grilled Gazpacho with Pickled Crab

If you want to impress with your cooking, there are a few simple techniques you can use to boost the flavors and depth of your dishes and easily elevate them to restaurant quality. One is grilling and another is pickling. In our take on gazpacho we use both.  This recipe makes a great party starter. … Read moreGrilled Gazpacho with Pickled Crab

Roasted Carrots with Manchego Carrot-Top Pesto and Sherry-Orange Vinaigrette

One of our family’s favorite children’s books is “Tops and Bottoms” by Janet Stevens. In it, a wily rabbit farms a bear’s land while the lazy bear sleeps the day away. Their deal is to split the harvest, each of them either getting the “tops” or the “bottoms” of each plant. You can just imagine … Read moreRoasted Carrots with Manchego Carrot-Top Pesto and Sherry-Orange Vinaigrette

Sautéed Beet Greens with Pickled Stems

I have a friend who loves beets but never uses the greens when they come attached to the beets. She knows that I love them, so she dutifully passes them through the window to me at carpool rather than let them go to waste. I’m not sure if my friend doesn’t care for them or … Read moreSautéed Beet Greens with Pickled Stems

Cucumber, Apple and Feta Salad with Cilantro-Lime Grilled Chicken

If you’re like me, salads are most appealing this time of year. Besides being appropriately light for summer, they are a great way to incorporate and celebrate all of the lovely produce coming to the markets right now. And without the mask of heavy sauces and other tricks, the quality of each ingredient is critical … Read moreCucumber, Apple and Feta Salad with Cilantro-Lime Grilled Chicken

Custard-style Pumpkin Pancakes

Back in the days before we switched to a migraine-free diet, we enjoyed pumpkin pancakes every weekend, particularly on crisp fall mornings like this one. Our daughter looked forward to these breakfast treats and lamented their disappearance when we eliminated them from our cooking repertoire. But also a fan of custard, she rejoiced when I … Read moreCustard-style Pumpkin Pancakes