Breakfast: Strawberry Rosemary Overnight Chia Oatmeal Lunch: Honeyed Jalapeño Lime Quinoa Arugula Salad Snack: Almond Milk Horchata Shake Dinner: Harissa-Spiced Sweet Potato Soup and Kale.
Chickpea and Kale Curry.
“This shake is based on one of my favorite drinks, the Mexican horchata. A horchata is a simple mix of cinnamon, sugar and rice milk, but somehow, the resulting flavor—a little sweet, a little earthy, perfectly cold and ready for a summer afternoon—is more than the sum of its parts.”
Who knew thinly sliced jicama makes the perfect tortilla replacement for a healthier taco? Insanely delicious and super versatile (they’re also great with chicken, fish, or black beans instead of shrimp), this is a grain-free alternative to one of our favorite foods.
There’s a heating pad, and then there’s a gemstone heating pad. This one is made with amethyst, tourmaline, and jade stones that gently warm up to release far-infrared light and negative ions. Put it on the living room floor while bingeing Normal People , drape it over your desk chair (or couch) to target stagnant tension—hell, if you have it, take it to bed and let the infrared heat spoon you to sleep.
“I became addicted to harissa when I was traveling in North Africa, and now, the exotic spice blend is beginning to grow popular in the United States. While recipes for it vary, it typically contains a mix of spicy peppers, cumin, and a variety of other spices—often ones that are hard to come by and expensive to prepare.”
Pineapple Arugula Cilantro Green Smoothie.