A few years ago, I wrote a blog all about Lavender and how it’s gone beyond just an air freshener scent! You’ll find below my blog from June, 2013. with a great recipe for Lavender Shortbread Cookies! Enjoy!
So, we all know how wonderful lavender smells, right? It may
Whether I’m hungry and need to have something delicious and nutritious in a pinch or want to impress guests with an appetizer that I can bet most likely they never even heard of never mind tasted and couldn’t be easier to prepare, grilled avocados
Those of you who know me personally know that I read cookbooks as others might read novels or non-fiction. I can’t help it. I’m obsessed with reading cookbooks, especially well-written, well-illustrated vegans ones that tell some stories in between the recipes.
I know I do. And today, we have a plethora of vegan pizzerias (one of my favorites is from my old stomping grounds in Philadelphia, Blackbird Pizza). Right here in Sedona, we are so lucky to have Picazzo’s
While I was searching the internet regarding World Farm Animal Day, I was shocked and appalled at how many images said “Happy World Farm Animal Day”. Contrary to those images, it is anything but happy. In fact, quite the contrary.
It’s that time of year when our gardens are overflowing with zucchini. Right about now, as much as I adore zucchini noodles and zucchini bread, I’ve had my fill. I needed to find some other alternatives.
Now, in my repertoire, I also include zucchini fritters or
Last month I sent out a newsletter letting my peeps know Ahimsa Wellness, LLC dba Veganification had been Certified as a Sustainable Business at the Silver/Innovator level by the Sustainability Alliance. I am particularly proud of attaining this certification as it acknowledges the
As we are nearing the end of artichoke season, it is not without much culinary sadness on my part. Truly a stuffed artichoke ranks as one of my most beloved vegetable starters (although I’ve been known to eat them as my actual meal when they are big enough to
My love for watching cooking shows started with my love affair with The French Chef (aka Julia Child) back in the early 1960’s. I would race home to catch an episode on PBS at every opportunity. I loved her juxtaposition of