I was reflecting on life the other day. Looking back on what steps I have taken to get to where I am today and the philosophies I keep and practice daily.
This made me think of the blog I wrote a few years back about how it all became crystal
A while back I posted about a delicious little treat most people have never even thought about! Grilled Avocados and Lemons.
Yep! That’s it. Simple. Easy. Delicious. Great for an appetizer, a quick lunch, or a snack and so super easy to make!
It is such a great little dish
One of my favorite guilty pleasures is a really great wrap, some crunch chips and a pickle. It reminds me of summer time and the adventures I’d have as a kid .
I thought right now, since we’ve all survived another winter, it would be a great time to bring back some happy memories of the summer and remind ourselves what’s coming in just a few weeks! So this week, I’d like to re-share my recipe for Tofu No-Egg Salad Wraps.
Plants for the Planet is way for you to get involved and help a great cause out!
Healthy World Sedona is choosing to make a difference this April by encouraging us all to take a positive step each and every day to improve our health, that of the
I have a friend who says if you can pronounce it and it doesn’t make your mouth water, your tongue is broken. That got me thinking – a few years ago, I did a 5-part post about the most delicious Limoncello Coconut Cake
The world is in a sorry state due to greenhouse gas emissions. You know to recycle, reduce and reuse, but a girl can’t go around looking like a tree-hugging hippie; you must look chic at all times. And that includes every aspect of your green-living life, from the way you
On February 23, 2018, my friend, Kris, and I went to a local tattoo parlor that uses only vegan ink to get our long-talked-about Vegan V tattoos. We both had them placed on the inside of our right wrists.
These were not the
Those of you who know me would undoubtedly agree that this mantra certainly describes an aspect of me. So, in all good faith and not wanting to disappoint you, this blog is about Kris’ and my shopping extravaganza at Portland’s Herbivore Clothing during
Well, this dish is for you.
My Uncle Buddy used to make this for me all the time when I was a child. While Uncle Buddy has long ago crossed the Rainbow Bridge, his memory lives on in
I’m writing this blog on a cool Sedona winter’s day in the comfort of my home retaining last night’s flannel pj’s, heavy socks, and a vastly oversized, baggy Vaute Couture pullover sweater with a delicious cup of coffee at my side. My kitty assistant, Maizie, has
As promised last week, let’s talk a walk down my memory lane, reminiscing about Farm Spirit in Portland and the evening that blew me away on the Richter Scale of Gastronomy.
As we began to gather for our festive evening, the first pour of our beverage flight was paired
I’ve always had a love for cooking and read cookbooks and cooking magazines the way other people read books. They inspire me to create my own recipes and have taught me the ‘science’ of cooking, most especially baking.
Julia Child (definitely nothing veg about her, but probably the greatest skills technician) and my maternal Italian grandmother, Mary, were my first mentors. With the advent of the celebrity chef and abundance of television cooking shows, inspiration continued to be placed before me. Food, its preparation with love, and the creativity it sparks within me, became a passion of mine.