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Wednesday, 17 December 2014 17:07

In Memory of Theo Colborn - It's Never Too Late

It’s never too late to make a difference.  It’s never to late to start living the life that you were destined for.  And it’s never to late to speak out for what you believe in. You just might surprise yourself. Theo Colborn was in her late 50s when, after becoming divorced and retiring fro
Tuesday, 16 December 2014 18:37

Gluten-Free Pumpkin and Spice Waffles

Sometimes regular gluten free waffles are too sticky however these pumpkin waffles have just the perfect texture, they smell delicious and have an added nutritional benefit of getting a vegetable into breakfast. Serve with greek yogurt and a little maple syrup and you have a delicious, protein packe
Most health experts agree that if you want to be healthy you’re going to have to reduce your sugar intake.  Sugar has been called a drug and some doctors say it can be more addictive thank cocaine.  If you’re trying to take better care of yourself an easy first place to start is reducing the
Tuesday, 18 November 2014 16:15

Giving Thanks To Those Born To Give

From about as long as I can remember Thanksgiving in my family has really been about food first and foremost.  Of course immediately followed by family.  (If not for family, both real and adopted, who would all that food be for anyway?!) Then, not exactly as an afterthought, we would give thanks.
Thursday, 06 November 2014 16:02

Roasted Broccoli

I know, not everyone loves Broccoli as much as we do.  But I firmly believe that is because they haven’t had my roasted Broccoli.  Until now!  The entire secret to cooking vegetables well is not to overcook them.  I swear!  It’s really that simple.  Even if you don’t believe me yet,
Wednesday, 05 November 2014 20:51

Mango Ice (Or Call It Sorbet)

Although I realize sorbet may be far more dignified, that fact is in our house we like to call it Mango Ice. This recipe couldn't be easier.  I never measure I just add and blend.  I use a vitamix but a powerful blender will work too.  If you can make a margarita in it, you can make this dessert
Wednesday, 05 November 2014 19:27

Eggy Pizza (aka crust-free quiche)

Of course in my house this is made from organic, free range and Non-GMO fed chickens but they’re not technically vegetarian (as explained to me by the farmer because free-range chickens do get to eat worms and other such delicacies they find while hunting and pecking for their food on the grou
Wednesday, 05 November 2014 18:44

Mini Turkey Sliders With Sides

 Here’s a family favorite for easy burgers that you will love.  First of all, this is a kid-friendly yet dairy-free, gluten free meal.  Even if your kids aren’t diet-restricted so many are and it can be hard to know what to serve that everyone can eat.  This is a go-to for us in that ins
Tuesday, 28 October 2014 23:47

Super Simple Bone Soup

Super Simple Bone SoupServes 8Bones from 1 or more Organic Chickens (Your soup is only as good as the bones, so for this we definitely want an organic, free range chicken.  I roast my chicken and put the carcass in the freezer until I'm ready to make my soup.)   1 onion quartered2 carrots, cut in
These little delicious slices are Gluten Free, Soy-Free, Non-GMO and so easy it’s a go-to at least once a week for me. Serves 4-6. Ingredients for Chicken   ·       3 Boneless Organic Chicken Breasts (though this would work well with Chicken tenders or boneless things too) ·  
Friday, 17 October 2014 19:10

Gluten Free, Non-GMO Fish Tacos

My kids won’t really eat fresh white fish cooked, breaded or fried.  But they sure do love a taco!  So, I can sneak in the fish if I load up the taco with lots of good stuff.  And besides, I can’t seem to keep my fish together in the pan so this is a pressure free way to cook up some heal
Friday, 17 October 2014 18:05

Zucchini Spaghetti - 2 Ways

When you are Gluten Free, as my family tends to be, then you are constantly looking for Pasta substitutes.  I love rice Pasta and we have it a lot but that's the thing, it's easy to consume rice or a rice deriviative at every meal and that's not ideal.  In diet and nutrition variety is key.  The
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