I have to confess that a couple of years ago I was so excited to see Fiber One Toaster Pastries on the shelf. I drove all over town looking for each flavor, because finally there was a “healthy” version of a Pop Tart that I could give my kid. Okay, I wanted to eat them, [...]
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Over the past month I have talked a lot of freezing produce. That’s because there is a lot to talk about! There are several distinct areas to cover: (1) how to freeze single items, (2) how to freeze combinations of things, such as sauces and condiments, (3) how to use your frozen food. The last [...]
Now into our third week of school, I think I am finally getting back into the routine. Ah….routine. Call me a “type A”, but the structure does make life easier. Like most things in life, though, it doesn’t come without a cost. What I gain in efficiency, I lose in control — control over what [...]
It starts out with a little tickle in your throat. Maybe a headache. Tired. A little cough. “It’s probably allergies” you think to yourself. Before you know it you’re achy and you start sneezing and you are forced to admit it – you’re sick. But it’s August!? The heat index is over 115 degrees! This [...]
Happy 4th of July! We woke up this morning at my mom’s house and I made a festive and light breakfast. I’m still on a Kamut, blueberry, and pecan bender so I made some delicious blueberry coffee cake muffins along with a tasty coconut milk and strawberry drink. I am so surprised at how filling [...]
Have you ever made grilled pizza? If not, it’s a must. Especially with the July 4th holiday coming up. It’s so easy and so delicious and I guarantee that everyone will forget that they came to watch fireworks once they sink their teeth into chewy, cheesy pizza. We did this last week in a cooking class with the IMX=Pilates group [...]
Tomorrow morning I, along with seven others from Living Water Christian Church, am heading down to Americus, GA, specifically to Koinonia Farms. Koinonia Farms is a rural Christian community founded in 1942 and is the birthplace of Habitat for Humanity, as well as, many other peacemaking, social justice organizations. Rich in history (particularly around the Civil Rights era) and [...]