Tag Archives: Janet Taylor

Come See Us at The Tucson Festival of Books

It’s our favorite season in the Old Pueblo — spring flowers are blooming, the weather is beautiful, the Wildcats are off to the Big Dance, and it’s time for The Tucson Festival of Books, everybody’s favorite gathering for two days … Continue reading

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Join Janet Taylor at TCV Community Education Day

Rio Nuevo author Janet Taylor will be one of the featured guest experts at Tucson CardioVascular Community Education Day on February 7 at the Ritz Carlton Dove Mountain in Marana. The title of her talk is Health-Promoting Whole-Food Diet–A Prescription … Continue reading

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Mexican Lime Ginger Pudding Parfait

I am making this delicious dessert from Janet Taylor’s The Green Southwest Cookbook for a dinner party tonight. Unlike your run-of-the mill sweet and bland pudding, this one will hit your taste buds with the tart zing of limes and spicy … Continue reading

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Rosemary Salmon

Before you take the first bite, aromatic rosemary readies your palate for this refreshing entrée. Rosemary flourishes year-round in gardens, making a worthy addition to your landscaping. Aside from imparting a wonderful scent, rosemary may improve memory and alertness. Even … Continue reading

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Extraordinary Southwest Burger

Independence Day is near . . . Start your grills! What dish says “America” like the burger? This one, from The Green Southwest Cookbook by Janet Taylor, is piled high with grilled veggies. It’s even better paired with sweet potato … Continue reading

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Yogurt Breakfast Parfait

Try this simple, healthy, and filling breakfast from The Green Southwest Cookbook, by Janet Taylor. This yummy, crunchy-creamy parfait with a kiss of sweetness and bursts of refreshing berries is a wholesome breakfast that is void of bad fat and … Continue reading

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Recipe of the Week: Tangy Tuna Cabbage Salad

This is one of my favorite warm-weather dishes—no oven or stove required. It’s full of cold, crunchy, flavorful, and very healthful ingredients. The polyphenols in red cabbage act as dietary antioxidants, and there is also evidence that they protect against … Continue reading

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Rio Nuevo books on Amazon Great American Eats list

Congratulations to Janet Taylor (The Healthy Southwest Table), Carolyn Niethammer (The New Southwest Cookbook), and Marilyn Noble (Southwest Comfort Food)! Their books were included in Amazon’s list of 500 hot regional cookbooks!

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Recipe of the Week: Kumquat Ginger Infused Water

For those of us in the desert Southwest, the heat is coming. Here is a wonderfully refreshing drink to help cope with 90+ degree weather, from The Green Southwest Cookbook, by Janet Taylor. Infused waters with a hint of fresh … Continue reading

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Friday Photo 3/14

These two lovely ladies, Janet Taylor (The Green Southwest Cookbook) and Marilyn Noble (Southwest Comfort Food) will be at Rio Nuevo booth #425 at the Tucson Festival of Books on Saturday! Stop by and say hello and get a signed … Continue reading

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