This seems to be an especially good year for growing vegetables, as evidenced by my own garden and the generous amount of vegetables that I’ve been receiving in my CSA. These are the days that we dream about in the winter! Now is the perfect time to think about putting some of those extra goodies up (or even purchase additional… View Post
This is one of my favorite ground lamb recipes, and you won’t even miss the bun! From Mark Bittman’s The Food Matters Cookbook: 500 Revolutionary Recipes for Better Living. As a bonus, it uses spinach, although you could substitute Swiss Chard or Kale if you prefer. The Verdict: The sauce really made this dish. Otherwise it would have been REALLY dry…. View Post
I hope you had as much fun as I did with the Instagram challenge! (Whaaat? You missed it? Here’s a quick review:) I have also been having fun trying all the flavors of Bob’s Red Mill nutritional boosters. I’m on a mission to clean up my eating, and this is a huge help! One of my favorite smoothie recipes… View Post
Crazy thing about cleaning. It still needs to be done even when spring is long gone. I was doing so well, and then . . . summer hit. You know, the parties, the vacations, the marathon training (and DH is training for his first Iron Man triathlon!) So when Grove Collaborative invited me to share the news about their Caldrea… View Post
A creamy pie that makes use of in -season fruit!
Over the next several weeks I’ll be posting a lot about the idea of clean eating. However, I want to make sure that I am not encouraging anyone’s eating disorder. I take this very seriously as I have been on a long journey myself. I often remember the day I started crying to my health coach because I bought rhubarb… View Post