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This is so delicious! Fresh figs are in season in early summer and then again in late summer through fall. Choose a slightly soft fig. A good balsamic vinegar, especially one that is fig-infused, is great in this salad and all the dressing it needs (www.olivetap.com is a good website for a wonderful variety of […]

These tiny stuffed potatoes are absolutely beautiful, and oh-so delicious as hors d’oeuvres or the centerpiece dish of a meal. Be sure the potatoes are tiny, and remember to hold back! Don’t eat them all before your guests arrive! 12 small red potatoes (roughly the size of large walnuts or small clementine tangerines) 1⅓ cups […]

Ann and Jane Esselstyn
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Ann and Jane Esselstyn

Ann Crile Esselstyn has devoted herself to inventing whole-food, plant-based recipes to prevent and reverse heart disease in support of the research of her husband, Dr. Caldwell B. Esselstyn, Jr. She is the author of the recipe section of Dr. Esselstyn’s bestselling book, Prevent and Reverse Heart Disease, and co-author of The Prevent and Reverse Heart Disease Cookbook with her daughter, Jane. Jane Esselstyn, RN brings her perspective and passion as a long-time health and sexuality educator to creating on-ramps to the plant-based way of life. Along with her husband, Brian Hart, Jane recently developed the Cleveland-based Plant-Based Institute, which strives to educate and empower the public about the transformational effects of a plant-based lifestyle. For more information, visit www.hcissc.com.

Below: Ann and Jane Esselstyn (photo by Donna Ruhlman)

 

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