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,
When the winter months roll around please don’t feel like its time to bust out the crockpot and bunker down for a season of protein and potatoes, although I do love some potatoes. This Colorful Warm Quinoa Salad is filled with plenty of raw and crisp fruits and vegetables and the savory yet sweet dressing pulls it all together for one amazing meal or side dish.
When your girlfriend who you haven’t seen in a minute sends a photo via text of her backyard garden bounty with the caption, “Would you like any of these?”And the “these” are fresh jalapeños, tomatoes and lettuce you cant help but say, yes! Honestly, I will always be more excited to spend more time with her but all the better when she wants to share the fruits of her labor. We all need friends like that, friends who know what we love and what we will appreciate.
I’ll admit over the past few years and especially since becoming a mom the word “lunch” has gone from a noun to a verb. In every sense of the definition I have made it a verb, lunching IS totally a verb. In general, I’m a lazy luncher and I would much rather blend up a smoothie or go “lunching” with someone I love opposed to making lunch and eating at home. Since going plant-based my feelings about eating lunch in have changed
Although I eat mostly raw foods, especially for breakfast I cannot deny that pizza will always be at the top of my ‘favorite foods’ list. Not even waiting tables at a popular pizza restaurant for two years to get myself through college could make me turn away from my dearly beloved. Now,
Simple salads with fresh, local ingredients have always been a favorite of mine. Often times it happens to be that I’m dining at a fresh Farm to Table restaurant or hitting up a Farmer’s Market on Saturday morning and will order salad for my entrée, simply because I know how fresh it will be.