Tag: recipe

Roasted Gazpacho Soup

roasted gazpacho soup

Food Kuel Category Expert: Janet Neustedter Gazpacho! Although we are in fall, I am in a tomato mood, and love the different sweetness that the different tomatoes have. Have you picked up heirloom tomatoes and just splash good olive oil on top, and a little sea salt? Oh man – to me there is nothing […]

5 Of Our Favorite KUEL Salads

5 favorite kuel salads

From The Kitchen Of Our Trained Chef & Functional Medicine Health Coach, Janet Neustedter Janet has graciously provided her FIVE most popular salads in this beautiful eBook. The recipes are diverse and easy to make. Each has its own, simple to create, homemade dressing as well. Whether you are in the mood for Jicama Cole […]

Healthy Party Dish By Wendy Hodge

If you’re anything like me, you’re ready for the holiday eating to be over. And, you’re probably still facing some additional parties and get togethers which can sideline our desire to eat healthy. Kuel Life contributor, Wendy Hodge offers up this party-ready dish as an alternative to many of the heavier, fattier options out there. […]

Nutty Breakfast Bread By Wendy Hodge

This month we highlight one of Wendy’s Way Brekkie Challenges currently running on her Facebook group – nutty breakfast bread. It hasn’t made it to the blog yet, so we can consider ourselves lucky with a ’semi’ exclusive. 😁 This bread has no added sugar, is free from refined flours, and it’s perfect to meal […]

Banana Walnut Bread by Wendy Hodge

Last month I welcomed Wendy Hodge into the Kuel Life Community. We now get to enjoy her monthly recipe contributions to Kuel Life. October is usually screaming with PUMPKIN but who doesn’t love good ‘ol fashion banana bread? This is a wonderful, healthy take on a classic. Enjoy! Wendy is a health and fitness coach […]

Mango Ice Cream Pops by Wendy Hodge

This week I welcome Wendy Hodge into the Kuel Life Community. She comes to us from the ‘Land Down Under’ (to us North Americans that means Australia). Yet another reason to love social media. I met Wendy ‘virtually’ and have developed a relationship with her through the luxury of technology and the willingness to get […]

Summer Strawberry Goat Cheese Salad

This past week I spent some time with a dear friend who lives on a farm in upstate New York – just outside Buffalo. One warm evening she prepared a salad for me that I absolutely loved. I had never used or had a green salad with strawberries before and right now in Summer strawberries […]

One Bowl Salmon Dinner

one bowl salmon

Sometimes I run out of ideas when making dinner. We like to eat relatively healthy and some nights I achieve a modicum of success. I am a huge fan of ‘one bowl’ meals. I think they look pretty and can be chocked-full of almost all food groups (i’ve never tried adding raw fruit…yet). “I also […]

Liza's Take on UpCycled Stock

Make Ahead: The stock will last up to a week in the refrigerator – keep in tightly covered glass jars or containers. Once the stock is chilled, the fat rises to the top and can be removed. I usually leave a bit in for flavor and body.After the stock is room temperature, chill overnight in […]