I whipped this up this morning and it was too good not to share real quick. In fact as I typing my 3 year old is ordering his third piece. For a kid who has barely ate for the past four days and has been running a low-grade temperature, I’m happy to serve him up [...]
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Here’s a recipe to keep in your back pocket as we approach the holiday season – really fantastic biscuits. At their best, biscuits are a little bite of heaven. When they aren’t at their best, well, I’d rather skip them. Can you believe the photo above is of gluten-free biscuits? They’re whole grain to boot.
Both of my boys have been home with me this week, which is something I have looked forward to for several weeks now. My husband has been out of town, so it’s just been me and the boys. I planned to use the time wisely (read: spoil them profusely before they have to go back [...]
Today is another action day brought to you by the fine members of the Take Back Urban Homestead-ing(s) page on Facebook. What do you do at your homestead? What does homesteading mean to you? Maybe you don’t have the same answers to those questions as some people who think they define the terms “urban homestead” [...]
So many people these days are going gluten-free. That is avoiding a protein found in wheat, barley, rye, malt and triticale. I, myself, am closet gluten-free depending on what day it is, of course, and choose to use lower gluten grains, like Kamut, spelt and farro, the rest of the time. I’ve played around with [...]
I’m hopeful that everyone not only survived Christmas, but also had a pleasant and safe holiday. I did. I fulfilled my Eat Local for the Holidays pledge by serving a brunch made almost entirely of local ingredients: Scrambled eggs from a nearby relative with Parker Farms Italian sausage and Good Natured Family Farms Cheddar Cheese; [...]
Since Thanksgiving is just one day away, I thought I would share some of my favorite festive recipes. You know, just in case you are still wondering what to grace your table with. I will be making a Cranberry Apple Cake from Barefoot Contessa How Easy Is That?: Fabulous Recipes & Easy Tips.
I am sure I could have came up with a more clever title than “Mexican Fiesta”, as it does not at all begin to describe the food Tonya and I made last night for our monthly class with the IMX=Pilates group. We’re not talking about the fat-laden, Americanized version of Mexican cuisine that is covered [...]
Tonya and I are going to be taking a break from teaching classes this month (with the exception of one on 3/18), so we can spend some much needed time on a new website/blog. While this one has served it’s purpose, we have grand ideas for a really great and informative website and can’t [...]