In addition to the many things I do as a wife, mom, teacher, church-goer, so on and so forth; I recently joined a book club. Reading is my life so gathering together with a great group of women every six weeks or so to discuss a book, enjoy some food and time away from the […]
April Ingredient Challenge Monday Featured Recipe-Pineapple and Cucumber Guacamole from The Taste Space and ICM Challenge Ingredient Announcement!
When my daughter was diagnosed with a milk allergy at just 17 months old, I could have never imagined where our food journey was about to take us. It was just two years prior to that when I learned of my son’s shellfish allergy. Because my son is severely allergic to shellfish, exposure giving him […]
Let me start by saying Pinterest is a dangerous site. Very dangerous. In addition to losing unimaginable amounts of time, Pinterest can motivate you to do things you might not have done before. Sometimes this is a good thing. Sometimes this is not. These no-bake, refined sugar-free vegan candy bar brownies are the result of […]
Spinach, Kale and Dandelion Green Salad with Blood Oranges, Candied Pecans and Blood Orange Vinaigrette
I’m sorry I have been so quiet this past week. Truth is my family and I have eaten a lot of whole-food this week with very few inspirational recipes. The best meals are those that don’t require recipes though, right? Oh, I do have a couple of special just-waiting for that right moment recipes under […]
This post originally aired over at Dixie Chik Cooks. While Shea (the original Dixie Chik) is not gluten-free or dairy-free, many of her creations are naturally safe for those of us who are. Creative, spicy, and beautifully talented, be sure to visit Dixie Chik Cooks for some beautifully southern inspiration. It is always an […]
My red hair is generally a dead giveaway to one of the most distinct parts of my family ancestry. While I grew up proud of every part of my rich, mixed family history which includes: American Indian, English, Dutch and (as mentioned before) Irish, the two portions I studied most closely were definitely my American […]