Over past month I’ve been exploring juicing with great gusto! Juicing has replaced my breakfast and lunch meals. But after juicing I’m left with wonderful nutrient rich remains. I started a compost bucket. Low and behold my mother, Joyce, decided she would make a garden to and use the compost. Joyce did a terrific job of researching home garden composting. She … Read More
Twice weekly trips to theGilbert’s Farmer’s Market make my life in transition to Gilbert AZ a real pleasure. I love farmer’s markets, I’ve been to farm many different farmer’s market’s in the US, UK and Europe. I love the healthy goodness that come direct from farm to my fork to my body! Mostly I enjoy the honest pride expressed by … Read More
What started out as a harmlessness preoccupation, has turned into a ritual! Juicing is my new love – I do mean the healthy juicing. Once I saw the photo Kate Hough posted on Facebook a few weeks ago I knew I had to try it too. Here’s Kate’s recipe for green juice is inspiring 1 head romaine lettuce with the heart of the lettuce … Read More
Treehugger provides advise for smart eating.Click here is their list of toxic fruits and vegetables to be aware of and to try to buy the organic variety. They highly recommend always buying organic. I agree with this logic and wisdom.
I have a good feeling about 2012. Most people I know would ask me to quantify my feeling. I will do so by saying I’m more than 75% sure the world is not going to end on the Mayan calendar, leaving 25% probability that it could occur. Being realist I’m certain there’s so much more we need to learn before things come … Read More
I love both coffee and tea. For me it all about the taste. Boulder is really big on both coffee and tea. Boulder enjoys both coffee and tea houses equally. I find the tea is better than the coffee. My European heritage has lend me down a path of dark rich coffee that is highly acidic. Enough jolt to keep … Read More
What do you do with a can of tuna, mango, avocado, onion, lemon and dill? Well you mix all together adding a dash of salt and pepper, and a table spoon of olive oil. This is a deviation from Amy Lieberman’s recipe she uses fennel instead of dill. This very easy to make summer salad is very refreshing.
Well, my first few attempts at Quinoa were not very good, but I think I’ve mastered a good recipe! I figured out how to cook it properly and then I add carrots, string beans, mix in some lemon, olive oil, salt, pepper and parsley. It’s my new favorite salad!
Real Simple’s recipe for Roasted Fennel Red Onion and Salmon. I ordered all the ingredients from Fresh Direct. This recipe is no hassle and easy to make and tastes delicious. Prep takes about 10 minutes. Roast vegetables for 20 minutes. Bake the salmon for about 10-12 minutes. This yummy recipe is about 395 calories. I fell in love with fennel … Read More
New York, New York – I’ve been to Organique four times since it opened earlier this year. Two out of the four times I ordered the organic burger with organic air baked fries. It is a good burger served on big whole wheat bun. The organic beef is raised in South Dakota by the Dakota Beef Company which is USDA … Read More