Rawchos? Raw nachos? Apple nachos? Nachos without cheese? Huh? My thoughts exactly until one year ago when I through together poorly sliced apples, sunflower seed butter and chocolate syrup. Which, I might add is a totally acceptable way to make apple nachos unless you really want to create a super healthy version that you can stash away in your virtual recipe “box” for years to come.
First, let me start by saying that I don’t have and never had an aversion to foods based on color alone. I haven’t met a food that I don’t like period. It’s similar to the way that I view movies. Even if the movie is not entertaining and basically no good I still sit through the entirety for the experience. So, yes I have been known to eat some pretty random foods that I will likely not eat again but I did at least try them.
When I was asked by Whole Foods Market to share my most favorite healthy and allergy friendly kids snacks for Back to School I could not have been happier. Why? The “whole” idea of working with “Whole Foods” is
Who doesn’t love a potato? As a child, I remember eating french fries for lunch, french fries for dinner…and french fries any other time I could get my hands on them. Bottom line…I loved those little night shades. I also have fond memories of my sweet neighbor lady,
If a “salad” doesn’t contain lettuce is it really a salad? From one foodie to another we all know the answer is “yes”. Truth is I have never been much of a lettuce fan but throw a bowl of fresh cut veggies in a bowl with some oil, vinegar and salt and that is what I call a salad. Since I can remember my mother has made such salads and there was never one