Since I've been trying to keep up with Ice Cream Tuesdays, I was particularly excited about reviewing Vegan Ice Cream by Jeff Rogers. I was invited to be in a review group by the publisher and received this book for free. My opinions are my own and I was not paid or required to write this … [Go to Full Post...]
This year I was determined to grow some yellow squash and zucchini in my tiny garden. I have a ton of sun in my backyard but no good place to put an in-ground garden, so I have an Earthbox garden. It may be small but I have tomatoes, cucumbers, squash, pie pumpkins, eggplants and peppers planted … [Go to Full Post...]
Hopefully you've already taken a peek inside my new book, OATrageous Oatmeals. In fact you can do that right this minute on its Amazon page - just click the photo of the book once you get there.
The name is a tad misleading because there is so much more than my normal oatmeal recipes inside. … [Go to Full Post...]
It's Ice Cream Tuesday and this Banana Avocado Mint Ice Cream with Tazo chocolate-covered cocoa nibs is the answer to all my needs today. It's cold, creamy and healthy compared to store-bought ice creams. Plus you don't need an ice cream maker to make it!
I have to be honest with you and let you … [Go to Full Post...]
Watermelon is one of the best parts of summer. If you're at all like me you may get a little over zealous at times. If something is priced per piece, or perhaps per watermelon, I am going to find the biggest one in the store - even if I can barely lift it into my cart by myself. I'm just thrifty … [Go to Full Post...]
I received Thrive in the mail a few weeks ago and was pleasantly surprised at how beautiful the photos and design are. Be sure to scroll down and enter the giveaway to win your own copy of Thrive Energy Cookbook and to get the recipe for the Chocolate Chip French Vanilla Smoothie from the … [Go to Full Post...]
The hot, humid North Carolina summer weather wears me out from a simple walk around my tiny garden or after a few hours working on the deck. The heat makes me feel less motivated and spend to much time thinking about taking naps.
This is the time of the year that slow cookers are made for. Make … [Go to Full Post...]
The good part about this time of the year is walking out in the garden to grab some herbs for dinner or to even plan a meal around what veggie is ready to pick. But with the good there is always the dark side of summer - the heat.
The rising temperatures make me want to eat salad, vegan yogurt … [Go to Full Post...]
I must warn you - there are gratuitous cute doggie pics in this post. Personally, I think it should perk up your day because these are pictures of my two dogs enjoying a few things out of the Dog Lovers Box from VeganCuts. They kindly sent me one free to try. Well, for Max and Brenna to try … [Go to Full Post...]
Chilled soup and salads are what my stomach wants as the temperature rises. Some days are so hot it seems that they only way to cool down is from the inside out.
It's taken me years to get Cheryl to accept soup and bread or a large dinner salad as a whole meal. I have a whole bag of salad tricks … [Go to Full Post...]