Posts by PowHERhouse

Lori Norman

Lori Norman is a front-line investment advisor for real people.  She helps clients build personalized investment portfolios focused on long-term investing success.  Having spent most of her career on an institutional bond trading floor, Lori wanted to use her wealth of experience to help individual investors.  At Steadyhand, she enjoys her firm’s refreshing approach, a combination…

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Sherry Strong’s Sweet-Chia Pudding

Sherry Strong of Return to Food shares this recipe – one of her 7 Recipes for Life. Why this Recipe? Consuming this recipe several times a week will satisfy and put to an end to your sugar cravings.  Chia Seeds are the miracle seeds lauded in the book Born to Run by Christopher McDougall, who…

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Thai Pumpkin Coconut Soup

Thai Pumpkin Coconut Soup – the perfect supper solution for busy Fall days. Ingredients: „ 1 5-6lb sugar pie pumpkin Olive oil 1 onion, diced 2 Tablespoons grated ginger 2 cloves garlic, crushed 1 Thai bird chili pepper 3-4 cups vegetable stock 1 can coconut milk 2 Tablespoons fish or soy sauce 1 Tablespoon sugar…

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Sesame Ginger Salmon

Here is a great recipe for a quick summer-time supper: Sesame Ginger Salmon. You can have this delicious dinner on the table in as little as 30 minutes!

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Christina Benty

Read Char’s latest article in Hat Trick Magazine profiling PowHERhouse Christina Benty. If you truly want to be a leader, then you better lead your own life first.

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Spicy Smothered Yams

This quick meal jumped out of the fridge/cupboard yesterday – and was a big hit! Spicy Smothered Yams 4 medium yams 2 cans of black beans, drained and rinsed 1 pkg Frontera green enchilada sauce (The Frontera sauce has a bit of cream in it, so this is not totally vegan, but the sauce has…

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Glorious Glory Bowls

Spring is here at last:  and here is a super simple, throw-it-in a bowl recipe for your meatless Monday. Glory Bowls – adapted from Whitewater Cooks Ingredients – any combo of greens/rice/veggies/tofu  – you can use what ever you have on hand, but spinach, carrots and beets are classic baby spinach leaves (or other greens, broccoli…

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