Effortless Sweet Potato Growing

Sweet Potato Flower is Similar to Morning Glory

This past year I decided to try growing sweet potatoes. I bought an organic sweet potato from Lucky’s Market. Cut off the tips grow slips and eat the remaining. Two slips later I had four buckets of sweet potato vines. After six months I had sweet potatoes. The leaves and flowers are beautiful. I cut off slips off from the … Read More

Make Your Own Sushi Rolls

I took a sushi roll class at the House of Leaf and Bean in Jacksonville, FL. A truly wonderful experience, that is so wonderful I took what I learned and tried making veggie and shrimp sushi rolls. Thank you, Wen! The House of Leaf and Bean is a must go to if you love healthy centric dishes & drinks in … Read More

3.14 It’s Pi day!

Happy Pi Day!

If you are really inclined you will you begin celebrating at precisely at 3.14159. If I were having pi today it would certainly be a berry pie! At Pi Day you find everything you need to celebrate this important  symbol, which in mathematics is to represent a constant — the ratio of the circumference of a circle to its diameter.  

Bread and Butter Pickles

Packing the cucumbers in the jar bread and butter pickles

      Made easy! My Agritopia Farm CSA had so many cucumbers it wasn’t possible for us to eat all of them. I thought why not turn these delicious cucumbers into pickles, not just any pickles, but bread and butter pickles! I found this recipe for  Refrigerator Bread and Butter Pickles on Cooks.com 1.5 cups sugar (I used raw sugar) … Read More

Fun and Fruity Summer Cake Ideas

As the summer fast approaches, bakers start whipping out their summer recipes and start compiling the desserts that most suited for this sunny season. Desserts that are abundant during the summer season are fruit tarts, berry pies and ice cream, but why not try something new for a change and bake summer treats in the form of America’s favorite dessert, the … Read More

Dining in Boulder My Experiences so Far

Daily Eats moves to Boulder, CO and experiences the Boulder Farmer’s Market, Dushandbee Teahouse, SethEllis Chocoates, and some kind of nut I can’t pronounce.

Food, Inc If you Missed You Can see It

Dinner will never look the same again with this “powerful wake-up call for consumers,” (NewYorkTimes.com) Food, Inc. This compelling film is all about where your food comes from and what you should know about it. Food, Inc. exposes the highly mechanized substructure that has been hidden from the American consumer with the consent of the government’s regulatory agencies, the USDA … Read More

Happy Birthday Internet!

If I knew it was your birthday I would have baked a cake. Today marks the official unofficial birthday of the internet. This was the day in which to computers 400 miles away, got together and sent a message over to each other. These two characters I0 transformed our very lives today. What out the internet there would be no … Read More

My Thoughts on District 9

I love science fiction grew up on the works of Bradbury, Clark, Asimov. SciFi has been part of my life since I was a baby. My first SciFi experience was Outer Limits. My father was watching it while he was holding me. I was watching the black and white TV too until the creature on the screen seemed to explode … Read More