I'm not sure what the hardest month of the year is ...today I'd say it's right now...the last weeks of February. I feel like Winter has gone on forever, testing my coping skills. I can't even sit on the porch and watch the world go by with the cold and wind. After laying low for months, … [Read more...] about Coping With The Last Leg Of Winter (My Butternut Squash Miso Recipe)
When I set out to heal myself of cancer naturally, I consumed a lot of fresh organic carrot juice every-every-every day for a year. My countertop was piled high with carrot pulp. I lived with stained orange lips and orange pee. I often added apples, celery and lemon to the mix. I also … [Read more...] about Why Is Carrot Juice Used To Heal Cancer?
It's disputed who invented mash potatoes, but we do know recipes started appearing in cookbooks around 1774. You probably don't go through the trouble of making mash potatoes except during the Holiday Season. I come from a giant Irish family and mash potatoes were not taken lightly during … [Read more...] about Please Check Out My Holiday Mash Potato Warning
A survey of American's relationship to their kitchens reported that 10% said they loved to prepare food, 45% said they outright hated making food and 45% confessed to being ambivalent. That is 90% of the population not showing up with any enthusiasm toward this once considered “sacred … [Read more...] about Do Americans Hate Their Kitchens?
I've never thought it was the best idea to park the New Year in the middle of the Winter when days are cold and short, the nights long. Studies have shown that 92% of people who set big, important resolutions on New Year's Day, (quit white sugar, lose weight, get in shape, make more sense … [Read more...] about Is Your Blender Drink Ruining Your Liver?