Michelle and Owen MayAre you hungry? Yes? Great!

Dr. Michelle May, founder of Am I Hungry?, and her husband, Chef Owen May, share their family’s favorite recipes. Chef Owen is the owner of Chef with Benefits and offers cooking lessons and cooking parties in Phoenix, Arizona. He graduated with honors from Arizona Culinary Institute and is the former Chef de Cuisine at Aji Spa, Sheraton Wildhorse Pass. Michelle and Owen created recipes for Eat What You Love, Love What You Eat and co-authored a cookbook with their vegetarian daughter, Elyse, called Veggie Teens.

Michelle and Owen hope that as you learn to eat what you love and love what you eat, you’ll also discover (or rediscover) joy in preparing and sharing delicious, nutritious meals with your family and friends. Bon appétit!

 

Italian Roasted Pepper Boats

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Colorful roasted peppers filled with a simple delicious Italian tomato sauce are great as an appetizer or a side dish.

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Zoodles with Marinara

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This is a simple, nutritious recipe for zucchini "noodles" made with a spiral slicer.

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Grilled Romaine Salad with Balsamic Reduction

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Grilled Romaine Salad with Balsamic Reduction is a simple but unexpected culinary sensation.

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Cabbage Pecan Slaw with Spicy Vinaigrette

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Cabbage Pecan Slaw with Spicy Vinaigrette is a flavorful twist on coleslaw and will be a welcome addition to any barbecue, potluck, or casual dinner.

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Top 10 Quiche Variations

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We love to take a simple recipe, like this basic recipe for quiche, and experiment with all sort of variations. Here are ten of our favorites!

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Fried Rice

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Fried Rice is a simple dish and a great way to use leftover rice. This is a perfect family meal the kids will love, even with all these vegetables!

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Teriyaki Salmon with Coconut Rice

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The sweet, spicy, sour teriyaki sauce over coconut rice is one of the tastiest ways to enjoy omega-3 rich salmon!

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Caramelized Onions and Caramelized Celery

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Caramelizing vegetables brings out their natural sweetness. Caramelized onions and celery are delicious as a side dish or added to sandwiches, pizza, pasta, and roasted or grilled meats.

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Meatloaf Italian Style

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Meatloaf is classic comfort food! Perhaps you already have a favorite family recipe for meatloaf. Here's ours!

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Winter Vegetable Korma

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Made with winter vegetables and garam masala, Winter Vegetable Korma is unusual, delicious, loaded with healthy ingredients, and perfect for the Fall.

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