Last spring, I purchased a small French sorrel plant from a farmer’s market. I had never tried sorrel but I was intrigued after reading many European recipes using sorrel. Last year, my little sorrel plant allowed me to try several simple recipes. Continue reading »
A few weeks ago, I posted an entry about National Nutrition Month. I really wanted to encourage my co-workers to start thinking about good nutrition. So, I had them turn in their favorite healthy recipe to be judged by our volunteers, one of which is my very own co-blogger Jennifer. Continue reading »
Every spring, I start making lists of all the projects I want to accomplish. Once I complete all of these projects I always feel so good about my home and myself. I think most of us do because a clean and organized home is good for your health. Continue reading »
Who doesn’t like America’s most classic party food, chips and dip? Chips and dip can be very addicting and often very calorie, fat, and salt laden. Remember those time(s) when you went to the Mexican restaurant and could barely dig into your entrée because your stomach was so full from the chips and salsa? Continue reading »
If you are extra busy with work or school but still want to eat healthy, I am with you. I have a few dishes I make often to help me get through the busy times and this is one of those dishes. Hope you enjoy it as much as we do. Continue reading »
A few weeks ago a family member was admitted to the hospital due to Diabetes that was very much out of control. Throughout the years, we had all seen her make futile attempts at exercise and sneak foods that were not within her dietary restrictions. Continue reading »
Last week, I had a hard time fitting in my exercise. I am helping a sibling move and a parent with cancer. My schedule will be busy through the month of March. Hopefully in April I will be able to get back to a more normal routine.
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Happy St. Patrick’s to all!
I have a very quick recipe for you that requires mostly just assembling. I think this sweet treat is lighter than most trifles and it is quite tasty. Enjoy!
The traditional Irish diet is simple and it is full of fresh, quality ingredients. Vegetables are plentiful, starting with potatoes, which are used in stews, soups and many other dishes. But the potato is only the beginning of the fresh vegetables used in traditional Irish cooking. Continue reading »