Naked Peach Cobbler

Peach cobbler so good, the fruit can shine alone, no crust is needed! It's a complete peach cobbler makeover, I call it "Naked" Peach Cobbler – just leave off the buttery-sugary topping to save 200 calories (wow) a serving. It's completely healthy and remains 100% delicious. But for the people who insist peach cobbler isn't actually peach cobbler without something sweet and buttery on top? I've got you covered (pun intended) there too. Better still? It's easy to mix 'n' match, some "no topping" cobblers and some cobblers "with" topping, both at the same time. Everybody's happy! Real Food, Fresh & Seasonal. Just 100 Calories. Very Weight Watchers Friendly. Not just easy, Summer Easy . Budget Friendly. Weeknight Easy, Weekend Special. Not just vegan, Vegan Done Real . Naturally Gluten Free.

Seasonal Sundays (Week 36) Lazy Late-Summer Breakfasts

Ahhhh, summer, how we do love thee ... so much, we're not letting you go, not quite yet. This collection of Seven Recipes for Lazy Late-Summer Breakfasts is for all of us who love to take it slow some mornings, sipping iced coffee, reveling in the abundance of fresh vegetables ... plus for all fans of Eggs for Supper, wait until you see what's here. Let me inspire your next late-summer meals, won't you?

Simple Sliced Peaches

How do you improve on summer's best fruit, the peach? By slicing ripe peaches to macerate in a little sugar and lemon juice, just enough to draw out their own juices, perfect for serving on their own or with ice cream or Greek yogurt. Oh my, people. There's "simple" ... and then there's "simple and sublime". Real Food, Fresh & Seasonal. Just Four Ingredients. More "Reminder" Than "Recipe". Mere Minutes Hands-On Time. Not just easy, Summer Easy . Weeknight Easy, Weekend Special. Potluck & Party Friendly. Easy DIY. Weight Watchers Friendly. Not just vegan, Vegan Done Real . Naturally Gluten Free.

Seasonal Sundays (Week 35) The Last Peaches

Time's running out for 2022, there's only a few short weeks left for fresh, local peaches. Savory and sweet, let me tempt you to savor the last of summer's best orbs, it's the late-summer edition of Seven Days of Peach Inspiration ...

Panzanella (Classic Italian Tomato Salad)

Aiiiii, summer tomatoes. When they're the very ripest, the very juiciest, the deepest color, it's time for the classic Italian tomato and bread salad called Panzanella that moves a summer table to silence. What a salad, what a meal ... Real Food, Fresh & Seasonal. Mere Minutes to the Table. Hearty & Filling. A Summer Classic. Weeknight Easy, Weekend Special. Potluck & Party Friendly. Scales from Small Plates to Large Platters. Low Fat. Not just vegan, Vegan Done Real . Rave Reviews.

Seasonal Sundays (Week 34) Tomato Season!

It's like a race, right? Such a short season, so many can't-wait ways to gorge on summer tomatoes. Let me tempt you with Seven Days of Tomato Inspiration ...

Peach, Cherry & Blueberry Fruit Sauce or Fruit Soup

A summery sauce and/or fruit soup made from peaches, cherries and blueberries, sweetened with fruity wine and kissed with cinnamon. Slightly unusual but decidedly delicious, especially swirled into yogurt, drizzled over pancakes, or my favorite, paired with chocolate ice cream. Real Food, Seasonal & Inventive. Weeknight Easy, Weekend Special. Easy DIY. Not just vegan, Vegan Done Real . Naturally Gluten Free.

Seasonal Sundays (Week 33) Preserving Summer

At the height of summer, food kinda cooks itself or better yet, just jumps onto the plates, no cooking required. So many vegetables, so little time! So much fruit, so many cobblers and crisps and pies! So this week, I'm here to tempt you with ways to "preserve" the taste of summer, no canning required ...

Seasonal Sundays (Week 32) Summer Salad Suppers

Who else would be over-the-moon happy with a big salad for dinner Every.Single.Day? And who else, in summer, wishes for more days because ... more summery salads, please! Let me tempt you!

Seasonal Sundays (Week 31) Cool Down with Gazpacho

When the temps go up-up-up, it's time to cool down-down-down with gazpacho. Here I share three different recipes, a traditional Spanish-style tomato gazpacho, another that mixes tomato and melon, plus a bright-bright green fruit gazpacho that's so flexible it can be a main course, an appetizer, even a dessert. Also! Let me know what you think about the brand-new "Pick Three" format. Also! Where I've been for the last month, yes, that familiar pink ribbon is a give-away.