Healthy Recipes

Loads of easy, healthy recipes to help you get back on track after a trip’s worth (or just a weekend's worth) of indulgences.
Thai Lemongrass Chili Mussels |

Thai Lemongrass Chili Mussels

There are a few recipes out there that are pure deception: they seem difficult to the unknowing when they really couldn’t be easier. Those are the reliably quick recipes we share when people ask what to make for date night, for a dinner party, or any other time the nerves may get the best of kitchen confidence. One such treasure of a quick, easy recipe is mussels: they’re elegant and impressive but can be on the table in just a few minutes.

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Grape and Fennel Arugula Salad with Savory Granola |

Grape and Fennel Arugula Salad with Savory Granola

Granola in our salad is a total obsession over here at Salt and Wind and never more than this time of year. That's to say when we're all doing our best to resolve to eat and excercise better and more, we're all about salads. But that plan can get boring in a minute without, well, some sort of pla...

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Spicy Harissa Shakshuka |

Spicy Harissa Shakshuka

We need to talk shakshuka — now, more than ever, it’s having a moment. I was first introduced to it by my Tunisian neighbors when I lived in Paris and have made some variation on it since. Like so many dishes in the region, these are dishes that come from everywhere yet nowhere at once and this one is no exception. But, no matter where it originally comes from, what I can tell you is it’s delicious.

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Black Bean, Toasted Quinoa, and Feta Cheese Tacos |

Black Bean, Toasted Quinoa, and Feta Cheese Tacos

I've had my car since I was 16, so there are some awesome artifacts that pop up every once in a while. Things I've found most recently include: a Hello Kitty mechanical pencil, a 90s-era scrunchie, that Bob Marley album I had on repeat in high school, lots of change, an old Tortilla chip that I s...

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Kale, Chicken, and Quinoa Salad with Mint-Yogurt Dressing |

Kale, Chicken, and Quinoa Salad with Mint-Yogurt Dressing

My body talks to me – not in that, “I see dead people” way but in a “oh, if I listen, I can learn” sort of way. And I’m starting to listen. Lately, it’s been talking about healthy food. Perhaps because the more time I’m on the road, the less often I eat homemade meals (or meals, period), but, no ...

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Chilled Soba Noodles with Lemon-Ginger Dressing |

Chilled Soba Noodles with Lemon-Ginger Dressing

Chilled soba noodle salads are so satisfying yet light that I turn to them often. This recipe is really a launch pad because it’s the basis from which we make all sorts of soba variations. If you don’t have wasabi on hand, we leave it out and just adjust the other flavors accordingly. If there’s a ton of watercress, it gets swirled in with the noodles. And during the winter months, we’ll throw roasted diced squash with some tofu; so, rifle through your pantry and make this your own — no matter what it’ll be pretty easy and plenty tasty.

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Spiced Delicata Squash Salad with Black Rice and Avocado |

Spiced Delicata Squash Salad with Black Rice and Avocado

One of our favorite places in Los Angeles to act like ladies who lunch is at Farm Shop. Set in the totally adorable Brentwood Country Mart, we feel chic just by association with the carefully curated artisanal products, the loads of streming natural light, and the posh clientele ranging from the ...

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Miso Chicken Noodle Soup  |

Miso Chicken Noodle Soup

Have you guys noticed? Like a bat out of hell, everyone has been affected by that oh-so gnarly stomach bug. Somehow, despite flights and meetings and every other chance to catch it, I've stayed healthy (so far. It could be the Zinc or the loads of sleep I've forced upon myself I like to think it's actually because of this soup. Chicken noodle soup can be so blah and boring so it's been a few years now that I've made this miso version instead and now I just can't imagine my chicken soup any other way!

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Indian Kati Rolls with Curried Cauliflower |

Indian Kati Rolls with Curried Cauliflower

In India there is a constant reminder of how old, rich, and amazing the Indian culture really is. Just when you think you knew when something was created or invented, some stat is thrown at you about how the Indians invented it and you're totally baffled. So, when my friend told me Indians invented burritos, I just started chuckling and then he handed me a kati roll. While it's not quite a burrito, it's just as delicious and addictive, which is fine by me. 

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Mozzarella, Beet, and Walnut Dukkah Flatbreads |

Mozzarella, Beet, and Walnut Dukkah Flatbreads

Dukkah is a North African condiment made from all sorts of flavorful goodness like nuts, spices, and the like. Traditionally, you'd see it with olive oil as an easy dipping sauce but here we've added it to vegetarian flatbreads. I also love using dukkah as a gluten free coating for salmon or chic...

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Green Goddess Smoothie |

Green Goddess Smoothie

This is my go-to smoothie whenever I need a quick snack or an easy, healthy breakfast. The almond milk, kale, mango combination is a great smoothie base so feel free to riff on it and change it to your liking with an addition like strawberries or pumpkin puree. 

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The Austin Salad |

The Austin Salad

Camille Styles knows how to share: first she shared with us her advice on how to do 24 Hours in Austin and now she is sharing this awesome salad recipe from her new cookbook, Camille Styles Entertaining

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