Vegetarian Brunch: Artichoke and Herbed Goat Cheese Quiche
Aaaah, Brunch. One of my favorite meals. It's not quite breakfast. It's not quite lunch. It's as if your morning eggs and toast and your lunchtime salad had a super baby. My favorite brunch dish of all... Quiche. The Vegetarian Times has a fabulous vegetarian quiche that I highly recommend. It's easy and delish! ARTICHOKE AND HERBED GOAT CHEESE QUICHE by Vegetarian Times INGREDIENTS (1) 9-Inch Frozen Pie Crust (2) 4 oz packages of Herbed Goat Cheese (1) cup Low-fat Milk (2)
Simple Pleasures: How To Hygge
The world is an unsettling place right now. That is why, perhaps now more than ever, your home should be your safe haven. Enter the Danish concept and practice of Hygge (pronounced Hoo-gah). Hygge means, simply, "cozy". But, in practice, the word embodies a rather deeper meaning. For the Danes, Hygge could be described as the practice of being in and enjoying the present moment; Of appreciating simplicity; Of embodying positivity while eschewing drama and negativity; Of prior
Vegetarian Recipe: Cheese Tortellini with Spinach, Peas, and Brown Butter
You don't have to be a Vegetarian to enjoy a meal without meat. As with most things, eating Vegetarian is easier when you have a few options at the ready. I often find myself gravitating to the recipes from Real Simple magazine for three reasons. One, they are (as you may imagine) SIMPLE. Two, they are generally healthy (i.e. they use REAL, fresh ingredients). Three, they are tasty and can be easily improved upon by just tweaking the recipe slightly. Cheese Tortellini with
POSE OF THE MONTH - APRIL 2017
Bind to Unwind This month, we encourage you to work on the Side Angle Pose with Bind Option: Bird of Paradise Benefits: Stability, balance, vitality, hip opening, core and back strengthening, and hamstring lengthening AVOID THIS POSE if you have: Lower back injury, Ankle/Shoulder or Knee injury. Do not strain or force – this is a fun challenge only!