Gluten-Free Pumpkin Cookies with Dark Chocolate Chips

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Baking your own cookies at home has to be one of life’s greatest little luxuries. It’s hard to beat that satisfying feeling, as you pull out a tray of freshly baked cookies, blissing out on that first bite of warm, gooey chocolate goodness as it crumbles in your mouth. My old childhood memories are rich in these same moments, although I must say, this recipe is a tad healthier than what my grandma used to…

Matcha Latte with Maca, The Super Healthy Energy Drink

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Matcha is a type of green tea, and it’s been getting a lot of attention lately, for good reason. It is made from the finely powdered chlorophyll-rich leaves of good quality green tea plants, and is a potent source of nutrients, providing you with a powerful little package that will enhance your metabolism, reduce your stress, boost your immune system, lower your cholesterol and …

Spiced Cauliflower Burger with Sauerkraut

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There’s nothing more comforting than turning fresh vegetables loaded with energy into nourishing food. I see the whole process – handpicking the ingredients from the farmers’ market, watching the yellow leaves falling on my way back, the grey sky, the basket on the kitchen shelf, the water breaking into drops while rinsing the vegetables, the first cut, choosing the spices, a sip of coffee, the grey sky, and half of my face mirroring in the window. And then, turning on the oven, hands going deep into the mixture, coconut oil sizzling in the pan, the meal that hides inside the …

Pumpkin, Pecans and Chocolate Fudge

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Pumpkin season is just starting, and today I came back from the farmers’ market with a huge, miffed orange fellow that will easily find its delicious place into my soups and curries. I really wanted to give this guy a new interpretation this fall, so I decided to pair it with chocolate and toasted pecan nuts and turn it into…

Creamy Cauliflower Soup with Mustard Roasted Chickpeas

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It’s been quite a while since I’ve written a post on my blog. A lot of things have happened in between, and while fall slowly emerges, I sort out my memories of the summer, analyze all the projects I’ve been a part of, print our photographs on paper, make peace with everything that passed, open my mind to new things, and try to make a smooth transition to all of the beautiful things about autumn. Warming soups are definitely part of the process because…

Roasted Vegetables with Mustard Horseradish Dressing

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My work as a freelance food photographer and healthy recipe writer makes me browse for inspiration among hundreds of recipes weekly, and I often find myself cooking and eating the same thing every day because I don’t have the time to think about or make some proper food for myself. Most of the time it is a salad or a stew, and although it’s always something healthy, I often crave for some diversity. When I realize that, I try to …