recipes

Pasta Puttanesca

December 11, 2014

Pasta Puttanesca

photo by Jean Schwarzwalder

Catholic Cruel Girl, Rocky Mountain Rollergirls
Featured in fiveonfive issue 26

According to folklore, the “ladies of the night” in Italy would prepare this dish to lure men from the streets into the houses of ill repute. “Puttanesca” translates to “in the style of the whore.” Although there are many variations on this classic, the use of garlic, tomatoes, olives, and capers are the staple ingredients. This dish is quick and easy to make and perfectly comforting for winter weather.

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Raw-some Energy Bites

December 3, 2011

raw-some energy bites

photo by Jean Schwarzwalder

Catholic Cruel Girl, Rocky Mountain Rollergirls
Featured in fiveonfive issue 13

These tasty bites have all you need to get you going, and keep you going.

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Powerhouse Enchiladas with Spicy Chile Sauce

February 13, 2011

Powerhouse Enchiladas

Catholic Cruel Girl, Rocky Mountain Rollergirls
Recipe from Vegetarian Planet by Didi Emmons
Featured in fiveonfive issue 1

You don’t have to be a vegetarian to appreciate the smoky flavor and subtle texture of this dish. Bonus – not only is it delicious, at 33 grams of protein per serving, it’ll give you the fuel you need – great for breakfast, lunch or dinner. This dish is deceivingly easy to make, especially if using canned beans, tomatoes and peppers.

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Clean Slate Salad

September 3, 2010

Clean Slate Salad

photo by Jean Schwarzwalder
food styling by Leitha Matz

Catholic Cruel Girl, Rocky Mountain Rollergirls
Featured in fiveonfive issue 7

This recipe is simple, delicious, and full of foods that not only support healthy liver function, but act as natural antibiotics and contain anti-inflammatory properties.

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Sassy Quinoa Salad

March 19, 2010

Sassy Quinoa Salad

Catholic Cruel Girl, Rocky Mountain Rollergirls
Featured in fiveonfive issue 3

Quinoa (pronounced KEY-nwa) is a sassy grain containing the highest protein and most amino acids of any other grain. With a subtle nutty flavor and light texture this grain can be used in pilafs, salads and stuffings.

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