Pairing Pasta with Sauce | Bon Appétit

Matching pasta shapes to sauces play a bigger part in sauce pairings. Choosing the right pasta depends on the topping. 

Tubular shapes like penne and ziti are perfect with thick sauces 

Wide, flat pastas like pappardelle are ideal for soaking up creamy sauces, the wider the noodle, the heavier the sauce.

Long, round pastas like spaghetti are best with olive oil- and tomato-based sauces. 

Chunky vegetable sauces absolutely go better with short pastas 

Choosing a pasta shape to suit the nature of your sauce makes a big difference to the finished dish. 

love, #krishna 

The Ancient Healing Spice 

Cinnamon is a spice commonly used in cooking that comes from the bark of the cinnamon tree. When the bark is removed, it’s called a cinnamon stick. 

Cinnamon has also been used as medicine in traditional healing. You can grind up fresh cinnamon sticks to make tea, to cook into your food or sprinkle on oatmeal, soups, rice dishes or desserts.

 In Ayurvedic terms, cinnamon pacifies Vata and Kapha doshas. It has a sweet, pungent, and bitter rasa, taste and is excellent for digestion, strengthening the heart and warming the kidneys. 

However you apply cinnamon in stick or in powder form, cinnamon is sure to spice up your life! 

Quinoa Pancakes Recipe 

Rise and shine to a supercharged morning with Quinoa Pancakes. 

Mornings are our greatest opportunity to wake up our bodies with nutrients, please our mind and set ourselves up for internal harmony and a balanced day.

Ayurveda teaches us that breakfast is our first opportunity to bring ourselves into harmony, and the foods that we choose can be targeted to bring balance into our body which will increase our mental and physical capacity to achieve what the day requires of us. 
Happy Cooking,

Kelly Krishna Dunn 

Cooking for your Spirit




To Ayurveda,

Kelly Krishna Dunn 🙂

Healthy for the Holidays

New ways to make Thanksgiving Amazing with a healthy twist creating the holiday party Healthy for the Holidays


Cumin-Roasted Cauliflower and Jerusalem Artichokes

Fill up on these delicious gratitude  cumin-roasted-cauliflower-and-jerusalem-artichokes This is a vegetarian recipe and Total Time is: 1 hr 10 min and preparation is about 20min. Cooking time is 50min. Serves 4-6 servings and it really is a simple recipe and wonderful to make for the upcoming Thanksgiving Holiday Season!!



May love, joy, and happiness be yours in abundance this holiday season.


With Gratitude,

Kelly Krishna Dunn 🙂